Newman himself is petty and vindictive (and prone to hysteria), and often depicted as a stereotypical "evil genius", who is usually undermined in some way.
Though he greatly resents Jerry, he is shown to be willing to work with him at times, but will return later to wreak havoc on his social life, though Jerry often gets the last word. Of Italian descent, he is a former cook in the Army and detests removing his shoes in other people's homes.
Frasier and Niles dislike her, but nevertheless, for the sake of family unity, they attempt to tolerate her, to the point that when the pair split, Frasier attempts to reunite them, despite it being against his own interests.
Martin and Sherry eventually break up at a bar when Martin wants to marry, but Sherry (who has had several previous marriages) wants to keep the relationship casual.
Fittingly, he spent some time as a politician in his Florida retirement community.
During his working years, he sold raincoats with Harry Fleming and was the inventor of the "belt-less trench-coat". He is extremely mindful of money, once calculating the interest and lost value of that was owed several decades ago.
He has a phobia of spending silver dollars and suffers strongly from musophobia; however, he has a genuine compassion for squirrels. She constantly squabbles with Frank and George about their actions, but is the closest thing to reason in the Costanza household. Died from licking cheap, toxic wedding invitation envelopes George bought during their engagement.
George initially shows little remorse at her demise despite her devotion to him, which backfires when he is tied to a charity foundation dedicated to her and realizes had they been married, he would have inherited her considerable wealth and possessed vast amounts of money and property. He has strong, if sometimes outdated convictions about business and the way of the world.
She can be seen in the background as the cashier at Monk's in almost every episode that features the interior of the cafe as a setting. A trademark of the show is that Jerry greets him with a contemptuous disdainful "Hello... In The Raincoats, Helen Seinfeld automatically addresses Newman with the same tone.Jerry's exasperation, or epiphany involving Newman will cause him to clench his fist and mutter "Newman! Newman has been shown to harbor unrequited romantic feelings for Elaine. Because of his work as a travelling businessman, he speaks Korean.He invents the holiday Festivus, as a reaction to cultural commercialism of Christmas, and of which George has few fond memories. George's highly obnoxious and melodramatic Jewish mother. George's on-off girlfriend and later fiancée, and the daughter of wealthy parents. that I like women"), partnered with a woman named Mona, and worked for NBC before getting fired, the latter apparently a result of her relationship with George.Later, he opens a bakery named "Top of the muffin to you!" that sells only the tops of muffins, stealing the idea from Elaine.Besides the main characters Frasier Crane, his father Martin and brother Niles, Daphne Moon, Roz Doyle, and a few others, there are several minor characters who regularly appear on the American television sitcom Frasier, or who have important but limited roles.