Jerry Seinfeld Was Introduced To Scientology By… His High School Mechanics Teacher?

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When Jerry Seinfeld said that he “has a little secret” about the finale of Seinfeld earlier this month, was this one of those past-lives secrets that you find out while you’re hooked up to a polygraph?

Like so many A-listers, the Seinfeld star and co-creator has long been associated with the Church of Scientology, both through rumor and his own suggestive remarks about his relationship with the organization. Yesterday, the cruise ship crusaders made headlines for making the rare move to expel one of their misbehaving celebrity members, That ‘70s Show star Danny Masterson, following decades of allegedly enabling his behavior and protecting him from the prison sentence he now faces. Since Masterson’s sentencing, there has been renewed interest in the intersection of fame and faith among sitcom fans who wonder what other secrets were drowned out by a laugh track in the late 1990s.

Last week, the men’s magazine Best Life explored Seinfeld’s history with the controversial religious organization, which, according to the comedian, began back in his teenage years when his high school auto mechanics teacher turned him on to the church’s teachings. It all started with Comedians in Cars Going Clear.

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