October 18, 2020
Larry David, creator of the hit television series "Seinfeld," is a doting father to two children, Cazzie and Romy David. Here's everything we know about Cazzie, who followed in the footsteps of her famous father.
Acclaimed comedian Larry David shares Cazzie and Romy David with his first wife, Laurie David, an environmental activist who produced the sensational documentary "An Inconvenient Truth." David and Laurie tied the knot in 1993 and divorced in 2007.
In 2018, Cazzie found her way into headlines when her ex-boyfriend Pete Davidson and singer Ariana Grande split up. However, she is popular not only because of her association with Davidson. Scroll down to learn more about Cazzie.
Cazzie David and Larry David at Dolby Theatre on June 6, 2013, in Hollywood, California. | Photo: Getty Images
SHE PRODUCED HER OWN SERIES
Cazzie executive produced her own 2019 comedy series for Amazon, titled "Half-Empty." The rising comedy star also starred in and wrote the series.
Although "Half-Empty" was her first major project, it was not her first time working in the industry. In 2017, she also starred in and co-wrote the web series called "Eighty Sixed."
SHE DISLIKES NEW YORK CITY
In 2018, Cazzie wrote that everything in New York City is "caked in filth." She added that people sit in cabs that millions of people have sat, sweated, and barfed in.
While in the city, Cazzie, who graduated from Emerson College in Boston with a B.A. in writing for film and television, shared that she tries to avoid touching anything and everything.
SHE DATED PETE DAVIDSON
Cazzie and Davidson called it quits in May 2018 right before the latter's relationship with record-breaking singer Ariana Grande was officially confirmed.
In an interview, Davidson, a renowned American comedian, actor, writer, and producer, said that Cazzie is a very talented girl who is bound for greater artistic heights.
SHE'S NOT A FAN OF HER DAD
However, when the right time came for them to watch David's shows, his daughters did not take an interest in them. The comedian said that Cazzie and Romy have never been a fan of their father.
In 2018, Cazzie explained why she still lives with her father. According to her, she will live at their family home for as long as she can because she wants to spend as much time as possible with her father.
Meanwhile, back in February, Cazzie left fans of the hit dating series "The Bachelor" in awe when she delivered an impersonation of the contestant, Victoria Fuller, on "Viall Files," Nick Viall's podcast.