For three years, Carol Leifer was a writer and producer on “Seinfeld,” where she not only contributed to some very memorable episodes (“The Marble Rye”, “The Beard” and “The Lip Reader”), she also walked away with Writers Guild and Emmy Award nominations. She’s also worked on “The Larry Sanders Show”, “The Ellen Show” and “Saturday Night Live.”
Carol began her stand-up career in the late 1970s and got her big break when David Letterman happened to be in the audience. That led to 25 appearances on “Late Night With David Letterman.” She’s starred in specials for Cinemax and Showtime and makes frequent TV appearances.
But what she’s doing now just may trump them all — she’s written a fabulous book, “When You Lie About Your Age The Terrorists Win,” which embodies the Growing Bolder attitude. She is proud to embrace her age and all that comes with it. She says she refuses to live an inauthentic life and deny all the wonderful things that have come with living life well for more than 50 years.