It has been 15 years since Jerry Seinfeld played a fictional comedian of the same name on one of the most-loved sitcoms of all time. The show, which ran from 1990-1998, chronicled the everyday lives of Seinfeld and his zany, self-absorbed group of friends and family.
In June 2015, Hulu made all 180 episodes of the show available -- giving fans a chance to relive the "Soup Nazi," the "Black and White Cookie" and "The Puffy Shirt" any time you want. Yada Yada Yada...
Click through to see what the cast is up to these days.
Jerry Seinfeld as Jerry Seinfeld
Seinfeld, who co-created the show along with Larry David, didn't have to reach far to play his title character -- a stand-up comedian living in New York.
Since "Seinfeld" wrapped in 1998, Jerry Seinfeld has remained a popular stand-up comedian and actor. He has appeared as himself in popular television shows including "Louie," "30 Rock" and "Curb Your Enthusiasm" -- alongside "Seinfeld" co-creator Larry David.
In 2007, Seinfeld wrote, produced and starred in the children's animated feature "Bee Movie." He also produced and appeared in "The Marriage Ref," a comedy-panel style reality program that rain for two seasons in 2010-2011 on NBC.
Most recently, Seinfeld hosted the Web series "Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee," which has featured interviews with comedians, including former "Seinfeld" co-star Michael Richards.
Jason Alexander as George Costanza
Alexander played Seinfeld's awkward, childhood best friend, George.
Alexander was already a Tony-award winning stage actor before joining the cast of "Seinfeld." Since the sitcom ended, he has worked consistently in a number of movie and television projects. His largest focus, though, has remained theater. Alexander is the artistic director of the Reprise Theater Company in Los Angeles. More recently, he starred in Larry David's Broadway musical, "Fish in the Dark."
Julia Louis-Dreyfus as Elaine Benes
Louis-Dreyfus played Jerry's ex-girlfriend and the only female lead on "Seinfeld," a character known for her dramatic dating life, career as a copywriter for the J. Peterman catalog and terrible dancing style.
Louis-Dreyfus has probably had the most successful television career among her "Seinfeld" cast mates. Among other projects, she has starred in two popular shows "The New Adventures of Old Christine" on CBS and "Veep" on HBO.
Michael Richards as Cosmo Kramer
Richards played Jerry's off-the-wall weirdo neighbor, Kramer.
After his post-"Seinfeld" sitcom, "The Michael Richards Show" flopped, Richards returned to his roots in stand-up comedy. His career halted, however, after an apparent public meltdown in 2006 when he shouted racial slurs at audience members during a performance at The Laugh Factory in West Hollywood.
After a public apology on "Late Night with David Letterman," Richards announced his retirement from stand-up in 2007. In 2012 and 2014, he appeared on Jerry Seinfeld's "Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee" Web series where the two discussed their "Seinfeld" days and Richards' controversial outburst.
Wayne Knight as Newman
Knight played Seinfeld's nemesis Newman, a scheming mailman, who was often Kramer's sidekick.
In addition to a prolific voice-over career in both movies and television, Knight has had regular appearances on multiple TV series including, reprising his role as Newman for the seventh season of Larry David's "Curb Your Enthusiasm," guest-starring on hit shows like "The Exes," "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation," "Bones" and TV Land's "Hot in Cleveland," among others.
John O'Hurley as J. Peterman
John O'Hurley played the whacky namesake of the clothing catalog company, J. Peterman, for which Elaine worked.
O'Hurley hosted the game show "Family Feud" from 2006-2010, and has had recurring arcs on multiple television shows including playing Kit Sterling on the final month of the ABC soap "All My Children." He's also been the host of Purina's annual National Dog Show every Thanksgiving since 2002.
Larry David as Larry David
David was the co-creator of "Seinfeld" along with Jerry Seinfeld, and served as head writer and executive producer of the series from 1989 to 1996. He later created a show based on a fictionalized version of himself, entitled "Curb Your Enthusiasm," which launched on HBO in 2000, and often hosted cameos from the "Seinfeld" cast. More recently, he was behind the Broadway musical, "Fish in the Dark."
The Puffy Shirt
A photo from the puffy shirt worn by comedian Jerry Seinfeld in an episode of TV sitcom "Seinfeld" seen in the vaults at the Smithsonian's American History Museum July 27, 2012, in Washington. The item is stored onsite at the American History Museum on the National Mall with other objects of significance that are not on display.