Michael Richards photo by David Hume Kennerly
Michael: "Kramer came naturally to me. But I really had to stay on top of this guy. Right up until the finale, I'd constantly ask myself, "Is he too big, too broad?"  I never wanted to turn him into a cartoon.  But I liked how Kramer would go into different characters.  I liked how he schemed.  I enjoyed when he'd do something to get the others out of trouble.  He delighted in everything. He was truly absorbed in the play of his life, in the theatrics of living. Maybe Kramer knew deep down that we're all playing parts."
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