In 1998, Jerry Seinfeld made $267 million from the final season of his show, Seinfeld.
On the way out, NBC begged him to do a 10th season… at 22 episodes at $5 million per episode.
Yet, to this day… he makes $32 million per year in syndication deals.
One night, backstage at an event, comedian Brad Isaac asked Jerry if he had any tips for a young comic.
This is what he said:
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