JASON ALEXANDER TO GUEST-STAR ON NEW COMEDY "THE GRINDER"
Alexander ("Seinfeld") will play CLIFF BEMIS, the gruff, bull-headed creator of "The Grinder."
He's a ball-busting, self-appointed genius who does whatever it takes to get his way,
and his relationship with his star, Dean Sanderson (series star Rob Lowe), is tenuous at best.
THE GRINDER is a new comedy about a famous TV lawyer (Lowe) who moves back home when his hit series is canceled and
joins his brother (Fred Savage) at their family's real-life law firm - despite having no law degree,
no license to practice and no experience in an actual courtroom.
"THE GRINDER" Premieres Tuesday, Sept. 29 @ 8:30/7:30c on FOX
Twitter: @TheGrinderFOX / #TheGrinder
Jason Alexander Bio:
Jason Alexander famously played Larry David's alter ego, "George Costanza," on the television phenomenon "Seinfeld." For that nine-year portrayal, Alexander received seven Emmy Award nominations, four Golden Globe nominations, four SAG Awards and two American Comedy Awards. Beyond "Seinfeld," Alexander enjoys a varied career as an actor, director, producer and writer working in theater, television and film. He recently won acclaim and set box office records in the hit Broadway play "Fish in the Dark."