The Larry Sanders Show - After The Show

After The Show

After the show ended, many members of the cast and crew enjoyed other success in television or movies. Garry Shandling returned to his roots of stand-up comedy. He also worked as a voice actor in the children's film Over the Hedge. Rip Torn guest-starred on 30 Rock, and was nominated for an Emmy for Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series for his performance.

Jeremy Piven portrayed Ari Gold in the HBO series Entourage and Spence Kovak on the ABC sitcom Ellen. He has won three Emmy awards, a Golden Globe Award and several other awards for his performance in the show. Jeffrey Tambor played George Bluth Sr. in the critically acclaimed FOX sitcom, Arrested Development. He was nominated for two Emmy awards for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series. He also appeared in the first two Hellboy films. Janeane Garofalo, Penny Johnson and Mary Lynn Rajskub all appeared on the television show 24. Wallace Langham appeared on CSI: Crime Scene Investigation.

Judd Apatow, one of the producers of the show and writers, had a successful career after the show, making many adult comedy films such as Knocked Up, Pineapple Express, The 40-Year-Old Virgin, and Funny People. Brad Grey, the show's executive producer, produced the Martin Scorsese film The Departed and was the executive producer on The Sopranos. Writer Peter Tolan would find success as a Hollywood screenwriter with Analyze This and create his own hit TV show with Rescue Me. Writer Paul Simms would go on to create and executive produce the critically acclaimed TV show News Radio.

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