Jerry Seinfeld
Jerry Seinfeld is pictured November 1, 2016 at The New York Comedy Festival and The Bob Woodruff Foundation Present the 10th Annual Stand Up for Heroes Event. Getty Images

July marks the 30th anniversary of "Seinfeld" and star of the show, Jerry Seinfeld, took a moment to reflect on how he felt all those years ago.

"You know, what I remember is I felt really uncomfortable," the comedian told Entertainment Tonight. "To go from stand-up comedy to acting, that was my first real, professional acting moment that I ever had."

"It was me and Jason [Alexander], and I think we were in the coffee shop and I just remember feeling very tight, and then I relaxed very quickly," he continued. "But that's what I remember about the first one, going, 'I've got to relax.'"

The then 35-year-old created and wrote the laugh-out-loud sitcom alongside Larry David. "Seinfeld" was on air for almost ten years, for a total of nine seasons and 180 episodes. Now, "the show about nothing" is syndicated all over the world and available on streaming platforms like Hulu.

Although the father of three revealed he felt uncomfortable when first starting the show, he admitted that it's hard to remember how he felt back then.

"When you look back at earlier times of your life, sometimes it's hard to get there. You know, 'how did I feel, what was that like, was that still me,' you know? Sometimes it feels like somebody else," he reflected. "I'm very in the present."

Today, the 65-year-old has an Emmy-nominated show, "Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee," on Netflix. As part of the deal with the streaming giant, fans can look forward to two new stand-up specials and the development of scripted and non-scripted comedy programming from Seinfeld.

"Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee" is available on Netflix now.