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“Even though I had always felt that I’d prefer marriage before cohabitation, I did hope that we would live together,” she told The Post.
“I saw many of my friends using that as a step towards marriage, and so I hoped for the same with Jerry.
It was important for him to not have other commitments that required his attention.” Seinfeld pitched the idea and got the green light.Meanwhile, back in LA, Susan Mc Nabb, struck by the irony of Seinfeld’s new show, was pounding out her novel.Her nonfiction relationship with Seinfeld began in spring 1985 when the cute, 5-8 then-lingerie model and aspiring actress with a 34C-23-33 figure met the skinny comic at a Beverly Hills party, several days after he turned 33.(When he was first developing “Seinfeld,” a character named “Susan” was written into the script — named for Mc Nabb — but it was later dropped, she says.) Today, Mc Nabb appears in commercials and ads for banks and businesses because, “I’m not the slim, trim 25-year-old I was when I was with Jerry.