Larry David was seen for the first time since the death of his friend and co-star Richard Lewis.
The comedian died on Tuesday at the age of 76 after a heart attack.
David, 76, who worked with the comedian for more than two decades on the popular sitcom Curb Your Enthusiasm, kept a low profile while running errands in Los Angeles on Friday.
The Emmy winner looked relaxed in black sweatpants, a gray sweatshirt and sneakers as he stepped out of his LUCID electric car.
The writer and actor wore his trademark glasses and his silver hair was wavy.
Larry David, 76, was seen in public for the first time on Friday after learning of the death of his friend and co-star Richard Lewis.
He was carrying a black canvas bag.
The Brooklyn native, known for playing a grumpy version of himself on screen, posted a touching tribute to his old friend Thursday on social media.
“Richard and I were born three days apart in the same hospital and for most of my life he has been like a brother to me,” she wrote on the Curb Your Enthusiasm Instagram page.
‘He had that rare combination of being the funniest person and also the sweetest. But today he made me cry and I will never forgive him for that.’
The beloved actor was expected to be buried in a private funeral.
Production on the final season of the Emmy-winning HBO show has completed.
The episodes began airing on February 4 and will continue to air until April 7.
Announcing the end of the series, David released a statement saying that “I will now have the opportunity to finally shed this ‘Larry David’ personality and become the person God intended me to be: the thoughtful, kind, caring, and loving human being.” considered what it was until now.” “I went off the rails by playing this evil character.”
The Emmy winner paid a heartfelt tribute to his late friend on the Curb Your Enthusiasm Instagram page.
David worked with Lewis for about two decades on Curb Your Enthusiasm.
The completed HBO comedy has completed production on its final season. The episodes began airing on February 4 and will continue until April 7.
Co-stars Cheryl Hines and Susie Essman told The Hollywood Reporter that they are satisfied with the show’s ending. “The ending is pretty incredible, I think it’s a masterpiece,” Essman told the publication. “I’m happy with the finish,” Hines said.
David looked relaxed in black sweatpants, a gray sweatshirt and sneakers. The writer and actor sported his signature glasses and his silver hair was wavy.
Co-stars Cheryl Hines and Susie Essman said The Hollywood Reporter They are satisfied with how the show will end.
“The ending is pretty incredible, I think it’s a masterpiece,” Essman told the publication.
Hines, who stars as ‘Larry’s’ wife, agreed.
‘I’m happy with the ending, I think people will be happy and really love this season. It will take you on some twists and turns.’