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Larry David Gets Married, Celebrates 20 Years of ‘Curb’

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Larry David has two things to celebrate this October: the 20th anniversary of “Curb Your Enthusiasm’s” 2000 premiere and his recent wedding, to TV producer Ashley Underwood on Oct. 7.

“Curb,” in which David plays a fictionalized version of himself in improvised scenarios, has racked up two Emmys and a Golden Globe in its ten seasons on HBO. Now all 100 episodes of the show are streaming on HBO Max.

“I’m a lucky man,” David said in a statement. “Not just to be able to do ‘Curb’ for twenty years, but also for my flawless complexion.”

David, 73, and Underwood, 42 met at Sacha Cohen’s birthday party in 2017. Both Cohen and his wife Isla Fisher have appeared on Curb,” in Season 5 and Season 10 respectively. David has two daughters with his first wife, environmental activist Laurie David.

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