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John Pinette (March 23, 1964 – April 5, 2014) was a French-Irish comedian, actor, and Broadway performer. (His stomach was Italian.) His jokes centered on his life, his travels, and food. Especially food. Also a talented singer.

And for all that, he was probably best known as the carjacked fat guy in the final Seinfeld episode.

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John Pinette provides examples of the following tropes:
  • Big Eater: His adventures in pursuit of food were a trademark of his comedy, right from his earliest performances in the 1980s. One of his classic routines recounted the time he went to an all-you-can eat Chinese buffet and was thrown out by the owner after eating there for four hours.
  • Big Fun: A 350-pound standup comedian. 'Nuff said.
  • Fat and Proud

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