Seinfeld Stars Send Happy Birthday Videos to a Terminally Ill Fan

1 Dec 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Seinfeld actors surprise birthday gift.

Picture: NBC IT has been almost 20 years since Seinfeld went off the air, but that didn’t stop James Calder from reaching out to its cast for a heart-touching birthday gift for his dying father. His father — a diehard Seinfeld fan — was two years into his battle with nonsmoking lung cancer when James decided to reach out to members of the show’s main and supporting casts. “All I asked is that they record a simple video selfie saying Happy birthday Jim (my dad’s name) and maybe say something their Seinfeld character might say to make him laugh,” James wrote on the Huffington Post. “Hello there J Peterman here, I understand it’s your birthday and so your family asked if I could do something a little special,” O’Hurley said, in the infamous Peterman voice. “Well, not only special but you my friend will be travelling, yes you’re heading off to Papua New Guinea where you are going to be joined by the little naked natives of Bantu Besh and you will be learning that gentle art of bikini waxing. Because as you have always told your clan, always have a skill so you can use your hands and never go hungry, boy will you be happy you gave them that advice. Well you’d better enjoy yourself cause if I hear you didn’t — NO CAKE FOR YOU,” Thomas said, referring to his iconic “NO SOUP FOR YOU” line.

Michael Richards, who played Kramer, also offered to ring him on his birthday but chose not to record a video as he “wasn’t interested in the publicity”. “He received detrimental news which resulted in more Chemo treatments and then being admitted into the hospital.

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