Jerry Seinfeld confirms one-time 'Seinfeld' reunion

Jerry Seinfeld performs at The New York Comedy

Jerry Seinfeld performs at The New York Comedy Festival And The Bob Woodruff Foundation Present The 7th Annual Stand Up For Heroes Event at The Theater at Madison Square Garden on Nov. 6, 2013 in Manhattan. (Credit: Getty Images )

Comedian Jerry Seinfeld Thursday confirmed that a one-time reunion of the "Seinfeld" cast is in the works.

During an interview on WFAN's "Boomer & Carton" radio show, Seinfeld, 59, confirmed that a Jan. 13 sighting of himself and Jason Alexander at Tom's Restaurant -- the real-life Manhattan diner used for the exterior of the show's Monk's Café -- was for "a secret project" involving the characters Jerry, George and unspecified others. Series co-creator Larry David "was involved" but neither on camera nor in voice-over.

Giving brief answers in a "What's My Line"-like 20-questions segment, Seinfeld said the "shortish-form" filmed project is a "one-and-done" endeavor longer than 60 seconds. It shot at "other locations" in addition to the diner.

He added that "it's neither" a Super Bowl commercial nor part of his Web series, "Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee."

The cast of "Seinfeld," which also included Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Michael Richards, appeared together in a 2009 episode of David's "Curb Your Enthusiasm" about a "Seinfeld" reunion.

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