Julia Louis-Dreyfus

Award-winning actress

Julia Louis-Dreyfus earned worldwide acclaim and recognition for her portrayal of Elaine Benes in the hit NBC series "Seinfeld," as Christine Campbell in the CBS hit comedy "The New Adventures of Old Christine" and most recently as Vice President Selina Meyer in the HBO series "Veep." Between all shows combined, she has received four Emmy awards with fourteen nominations, a Golden Globe award with six nominations, three Screen Actors Guild awards with seven nominations and five American Comedy Awards with eight nominations.

Louis-Dreyfus recently wrapped production on the third season of the HBO series, "Veep". Directed by Armando Iannucci, the half-hour comedy centers on Selina Meyer, the new Vice President of the United States.Louis-Dreyfus just won her second Emmy award for this role and is currently nominated for a SAG and Golden Globe.

Louis-Dreyfus recently received critical acclaim for her starring role in Fox Searchlight's "Enough Said", opposite the late James Gandolfini, Catherine Keener and Toni Collette. Written and directed by Nicole Holofcener, the comedy follows Eva, played by Louis-Dreyfus, as she humorously tries to secretly juggle both relationships and wonders whether her new favorite friend's disastrous ex can be her cue for happiness. This role has snagged Julia a Golden Globe nomination - making her one of the elite few who have had the honor to be concurrently nominated for both a film and television role.

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December 7, 2017