Jerry Seinfeld Sparks Health Concerns After Fans Observed Him 'Shaking' During An Interview

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Fans are worried that Jerry Seinfeld's health might be on the decline. The concerns arose after the comedian was seen seemingly trembling in his hands, among other weird physical gestures, during a recent interview.

Seinfeld recently slammed the "extreme left," saying they ruined comedy. He has previously voiced concerns about how the group's viewpoints have limited TV comedy.

Fans Are Worried About Jerry Seinfeld's Health

Jerry Seinfeld at the Comedy Central's Clusterfest - Sunday

Seinfeld is undoubtedly one of the most popular comedians in the world, having made a name doing stand-up comedy and in the movie industry, earning over 18 Primetime Emmy Award nominations.

However, after a recent interview on "In Depth with Graham Bensinger," it seems age has caught up with him, as fans noticed he was trembling in his hand while talking with his host, Graham Beninger.

This raised concerns about his health, with many advising him to go for a medical checkup while speculating that he might have "Parkinson's disease."

"Has Jerry been diagnosed with anything- he seems to be shaking a lot.," one fan wrote, while another penned, "Has Jerry got early Parkinson's?"

A third person said, "He has signs of losing his mind. Mark my words. I so wish I could see what I'm saying now when the day comes. That head bobbing around is just the beginning."

One more person wrote, "Jerry is showing signs of Parkinson's or some kind of tremors."

The Comedian Came On The Show To Promote His Film

Jerry Seinfeld at the Comedy Central's Clusterfest - Sunday

Seinfeld made the appearance on the show to prop up his upcoming film, "Unfrosted."

During the conversation, he also dropped several marital nuggets while reflecting on his marriage. The comedian is married to author Jessica Seinfeld, with whom he shares three children: Sascha, 23, Julian, 21, and Shepherd, 18.

"I was a very successful comedian," he told his host. "A comedian is an in one act. You think, 'I don't need anyone.' That's what a comedian thinks. This is not a good partner. "

He added, "Someone who doesn't think they need anyone isn't a good partner. This is why most comedians either fail at marriage or don't even try it… it's really not for us. I wanted to do it to see if I could do something I'm really not cut out for."

The comedian also spoke about his kids, saying that they are "the greatest show on earth."

He continued, "You just want to watch them live. And the entertainment value of watching them try to live is…The kids are very entertaining because they're primitive humans."

The Comedian Recently Stated That The 'Extreme Left' Ruined Comedy

Jerry Seinfeld performs at Hard Rock Live at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Hollywood, FL

Seinfeld's interview comes after he slammed the "extreme left" for ruining comedy.

"Nothing really affects comedy. People always need it. They need it so badly and they don't get it," the comedian said during his recent appearance on the New Yorker's Radio Hour.

"Well, guess what? Where is it? Where is it? This is the result of the extreme left and P.C. cr-p and people worrying so much about offending other people," Seinfeld said.

While fondly remembering the classics during his heyday, such as "All in the Family," Seinfeld remarked that the comedy shows produced these days are below par when compared to them.

Jerry Seinfeld Previously Criticized The 'Extreme Left'

Jerry Seinfeld Sparks Health Concerns After Fans Observed Him 'Shaking' During An Interview

In the past, Seinfeld has spoken up against the "extreme left," going as far as advising his comedian colleagues not to hold shows at colleges because they were filled with people who fell into that category.

More recently, he disclosed that true comedy fans were now opting for live comedy shows to avoid TV comedy, which he claimed is too politically correct.

"Now they're going to see stand-up comics because they are not policed by anyone. The audience polices us. We know when we're off track. We know instantly. And we adjust to it instantly," the comedian said, per the Daily Mail.

He also gave tips to those aiming for success in comedy, stressing the need to stay within society's rules to avoid being blacklisted.

Jerry Seinfeld Assembled A Cast Of A-List Actors For 'Unfrosted'

Seinfeld is set to star in and direct "Unfrosted," which is reportedly based loosely on a part of a stand-up show where he talked about how Pop-Tarts made him feel good as a child.

He has also assembled a cast of A-List actors to appear in the film. Movie stars such as Melissa McCarthy, Hugh Grant, Max Greenfield, Bill Burr, Christian Slater, Daniel Levy, and Fred Armisen are set to appear in the film, which is slated for release in May on Netflix.

Speaking to Deadline about "Unfrosted," Seinfeld said: "Stuck at home watching endless sad faces on TV, I thought this would be a good time to make something based on pure silliness. So we took my Pop-Tart stand-up bit from my last Netflix special and exploded it into a giant, crazy comedy movie."