Detroit-based talent management firm the Federal Bureau of Entertainment has signed New Yorker Kenny Kramer for representation to the theatre and performing arts center markets. Kramer, on whom the "Seinfeld" sit-com character of the same name was inspired, has for the past six years cashiered his 15 minutes of fame into a popular and lucrative bus tour around New York City called "Kramer's Reality Tour." It not only gives avid "Seinfeld" fans the inside scoop on the television series, it also takes them around the town to visit sites made famous in the show's episodes.
With the Federal Bureau, Kramer has devised a road version of his bus tour called simply "Kramer on Seinfeld." The new show offers Kramer's considerable insights into the development and success of "Seinfeld," describes how he and co-creator Larry David (now of HBO's "Curb Your Enthusiasm") lived incidents that became episodes and how the popularity of the "Seinfeld" series changed his life, prompted him to run for mayor of New York and encouraged him to create the city's most unique tourist attraction.
The Federal Bureau of Entertainment founder Joseph Ajlouny said, "Kenny is an extremely funny and entertaining personality and he offers the legion of 'Seinfeld' fans a glimpse into the series that they cannot obtain elsewhere. And with the syndication of the series going strong as ever in literally every television market in North America, the appeal of his new show will remain enduring."
For more information: contact Joseph Ajlouny at the Federal Bureau of Entertainment (248) 932-0090