Funnyman Jerry Seinfeld credits his phenomenally successful career as a comedian to his immaturity.
The 53-year-old admits he’s always been juvenile, and that this is the reason why he’s had so much success.
He tells American magazine Parade: “I wouldn’t even call myself a full-grown adult until probably my late 30s. What most people are at 25, I don’t think I became until I was 38. I think there’s a certain naivety that I have, a kind of juvenility that is really one of the keys to comedy.”
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