Kramer is back in the spotlight. Michael Richards, famous for his role as Cosmo Kramer on "Seinfeld," has made his first red carpet appearance in eight years. He was at the Netflix film premiere of "Unfrosted," directed by Jerry Seinfeld, his former co-star from the iconic sitcom.

The two shared a warm reunion, embracing and posing for photos together. This event marks Richards' return to the public eye since his last appearance at a gala in 2016.

Richards recently discussed his new memoir, "Entrances and Exits," with Fox News Digital. Jerry Seinfeld penned the foreword, where Richards explores the evolution of his character and shares behind-the-scenes insights.

The memoir will also delve into why Richards retreated from Hollywood, including addressing his notorious racist outburst during a stand-up show in 2006.

Following the incident, Richards embarked on a spiritual journey. This path aimed at fostering a deeper understanding and appreciation of our shared humanity, a journey he describes as ongoing and transformative.

In his book, Richards reflects on the unpredictable challenges life throws at us. "My book is a hymn to the irrational, the senseless spirit that breaks the whole into pieces," he stated.

He views life's turmoil as a constant, underlying both comedy and the human condition. "Upset and turmoil is with us all the time," he explained, describing it as integral to both his personal and professional life.

Richards' memoir is an intimate look at his experiences, filled with personal revelations that highlight both his successes and struggles, providing a candid glimpse into the life of a complex figure.

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