Julia Louis-Dreyfus

"She’s like, 'Tony, what the hell are you doing?'" the actor told Stephen Colbert.
"2020 won't stop ripping off VEEP, so we had to do something about it," the star wrote.
One of Selina Meyer's freakouts is going viral again as fans notice clear similarities between Trump's efforts to stop vote counting and one of the show's storylines.
Julia Louis-Dreyfus "worked hard to be that bad," tweeted Alexander. “I feel like these are his best moves."
The fly was like a scripted moment straight out of Hollywood.
The actress also mocked Trump's infamous photo op with a Bible, saying Joe Biden doesn't need federal agents to go to church.
The comparisons weren’t lost on the actress, though she wished that wasn’t the case.
The "Veep" star said the president is worse than a certain fictional politician she knows.
Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Jason Alexander recently reminisced about Jerry Stiller.
The "Veep" star tells Californians in a hilarious new video to "stay safe and help us flatten the curve" during the pandemic.
The comedy titans had somehow never met until they decided to do a “Force Majeure” remake together.
Speaking to Ellen DeGeneres Tuesday, the 11-time Emmy winner blasted the president's inaccurate praise for the Super Bowl champions.
The "Veep" star and her husband, Brad Hall, have two sons, Henry and Charlie.
The singer can't help but fall for the comedian's alter-ego in Alex Rodriguez's least favorite sketch.
The 'Fleabag' star edged out Julia Louis-Dreyfus in what would have been a history-making win for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series.
"Game of Thrones" and "Fleabag" were two big winners in a night full of upsets.
Louis-Dreyfus' “Seinfeld” character helped popularize the phrase, and she thinks there's a reason the Democratic candidate used it.
“I would argue, if anybody is Trump, Selina is Trump."
The HBO show is "more extreme" than ever before, she said.
"For me, ‘politically correct’ means, you know, be a human being, be mindful of being kind," the “Veep” star told Vogue.