Larry is a Libra.
Larry has produced two screenplays in the past: Uncommon Sense (2005)(executive producer) and Pros and Cons (1999)(co-executive producer).
Larry wrote three screenplays: Uncommon Sense (2005), Larry Miller... Just Words (2001), and Pros and Cons (1999).
Larry is a guest programmer on Turner Classic Movies. His selection of movies on June 14, 2007 were: The Adventures of Robin Hood (1938), Mr. Lucky (1943), Big Sleep, The (1946), and Ride the High Country (1962).
Has played a college dean three times: The Nutty Professor (1996), The Computer Wore Tennis Shoes (1995), and Necessary Roughness (1991).
At the U.S. Comedy Arts Festival in 2000, Larry won the Film Discovery Jury Award for Best Actor in his role in Pros and Cons (1999).
At the Phoenix Film Critics Society Awards, Larry was nominated (but didn't win) the PFCS Award for Best Ensemble Acting for A Mighty Wind (2003).
At the Florida Film Critics Circle Awards (2004), Larry was nominated for the FFCC Award for the Best Ensemble Cast for A Mighty Wind (2003). He won.
Larry has two of his own critically acclaimed specials for HBO.
Larry used to own a '63 Chevy that he purchased for only $600.
Larry hosted the ECHO Awards Ceremony in 2003.
Larry is best friends with Jerry Seinfeld, who stars on Seinfeld.
Larry enjoys eating pumpkin, pecan, and apple pies.
Larry does not care for gambling.
When Larry is not working on a film, he prefers doing a stand up comedy routine.
Larry wrote Spoiled Rotten America in 2006.
Larry has a regular comedy routine called "The Five Stages of Drinking."
Larry is Jewish.
Larry frequently appears in Gary Marshall films.
Larry's mother, Iris Burton, is a talent agent.
Larry starred in the Broadway play The Dinner Party with with Jon Lovitz and Veanne Cox.
Larry is a contributing humorist to The Weekly Standard, New York Times, Chicago Tribune, and Maxim.
Larry graduated from Valley Stream South High School on Long Island, New York.
Larry is married to Eileen Conn.
Larry is 5'11" (1.80 m) in height.
He was one of the 2 finalists to play George Louis Costanza on Seinfeld,of course he lost against Jason Alexander but he did scored a guest gig on the sixth season episode "The Doorman."
Larry: It's not youth that's wasted on the young, it's smoking and drinking.
Larry: I've been a character actor, which I define as 'anyone in the movie who's not kissing Renee Zellweger'.
Larry: You have nooo idea... the difference in sex drive between a man and woman is like the difference between shooting a bullet and throwing it.
Larry: Woman is the most powerful magnet in the universe, and all men are cheap metal.
Larry: Trust me, ladies, if you knew even for a second how we men really look at you, you would never stop slapping us.
Larry: Let's be honest, we're all spoiled, and that doesn't mean we're awful people. It just means we're a little on the soft side. If someone suddenly dropped us into the middle of the fourteenth century and handed us clothes to put on, the first thing we'd all probably say is, "Do you have any fabric softener?"
Larry: If you're 19 and you stay up all night, it's a victory, it's like you beat the night. You remember that feeling. If you're over 30 then that sun is like God's flashlight.
Larry: (about stand up comedy) I think I've just done something that I could do again. The truth is that I loved it then and I love it now, the same as my first play and my first line in a movie.
Larry: We had nine people and four pies for Thanksgiving this year, all home-made. The pies, not the people. Although, come to think of it, at one point or another, we were all home-made. Heh-heh.