The Curb Your Enthusiasm creator and star began his career as a stand-up comic, but gave up live performing when he and Jerry Seinfeld launched Seinfeld in the 1980s.
David parodied a possible return to live comedy in a 1999 HBO mockumentary, in which he cancelled his comeback gig at the last possible minute over nerves.
During an interview with HLN's Joy Behar, David let slip that he is interested in taking up live performing once again.
"I would like to do it again. And I'm going to," he said. "I don't know when, but I will."
Behar also showed clips of David's early comedy career, prompting the comedian to mock the bushy hairstyle that he wore for so many years.
"Here's what I don't get. I look in a mirror [and] I see what I look like now…. When I was looking in the mirror [back then], what was I looking at?" David teased. "What was going through my head? Was I looking at my teeth?"
Fellow Curb Your Enthusiasm star Susie Essman recently joked that David threatens to end the HBO sitcom when each season wraps.
The eighth season of Curb Your Enthusiasm premieres on July 10 on HBO.
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Watch Larry David discuss his desire to return to stand-up comedy with Joy Behar below:
Watch clips of Larry David's stand-up from his 1999 HBO special below (adult content):