17 and dating a 21
“So,” Stern said, feigning moral indignation, “you sit in Central Park and have a candy bar on a string and pull it when the girls come?
”Amazingly, Seinfeld, master of his comedy domain, was flustered.
The two dated for four years before his workaholic ways reportedly led to a breakup.“It’s also clear he still hasn’t found real happiness and remains somewhat depressed.
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“You go out with one girl and the other sees you with her in the paper. Seinfeld also seemed to have the support of his colleagues.
Julia Louis-Dreyfus, in “No, it didn’t make me cringe,” she says. Anyway, they’re not dating anymore, if that gives other people any happiness.”Regardless of public opinion, the couple survived their first year together, and during the summer after her freshman year of college, Lonstein transferred from GW to UCLA to be closer to Seinfeld.
Here is Seinfeld:“When I wasn’t involved with Shoshanna and was seeing several women, then it was awkward,” he says. My interest in her is very proper.”Lonstein is quoted once about the difficulty of dating a celebrity—“I would like my life to be normal and just go about being a student, but these daily obstacles don’t take away from our relationship”—and also cites “a source close to her family” as saying that her parents approve of their relationship (there is no indication that they didn’t).
The story of Jerry and Shoshanna is probably best told in a “The Game of Love,” published in March of 1994, which is positioned from the perspective of the world having taught itself to accept their romance.
“When Jerry Seinfeld fell for 17-year-old Shoshanna Lonstein, cynics snickered,” the subheadline reads.
(There was drama there as well: Four months prior to meeting Seinfeld, Sklar herself had gotten married to Eric Nederlander, the son of very wealthy theatre magnate Robert Nederlander.
Soon after meeting Seinfeld, Sklar broke off her marriage, and a year later, in November 1999, Seinfeld consummated his second scandalous tabloid romance by proposing to Sklar at Balthazar in New York.
Lonstein graduated from UCLA and wanted to return to New York, so she did, leaving Jerry in Los Angeles.