Julia Louis-Dreyfus’s Performance Earned Her A Golden Globe Award Five Screen Actors Guild

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In 2002, she and her husband developed the series Watching Ellie, which lasted two seasons. Louis-Dreyfus was born January 13, 1961 in the Manhattan borough of New York City. Only a year after her birth, her parents divorced in 1962. Louis-Dreyfus spent her childhood in several states and countries in connection with her stepfather’s work with Project HOPE, including Sri Lanka, Colombia and Tunisia. Louis-Dreyfus has dabbled in politics throughout her life, particularly known for her support of Al Gore’s 2000 US presidential bid. It was during her tenure on SNL, she met writer Larry David, who would later co-create Seinfeld. Her performance earned her a Golden Globe Award, five Screen Actors Guild Awards and five American Comedy Awards.

Julia Louis-Dreyfus After Seinfeld LouisDreyfus Began A New NBC Sitcom Watching Ellie Which Was

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She rose to prominence as one of the regular cast members of Saturday Night Live in the early 1980s. Her paternal grandfather was Pierre Louis-Dreyfus (1908-2011), a French Jew who fought in the French Resistance during World War II. At that time, she provided the voice of Atta in Disney/Pixar’s A Bug’s Life. After Seinfeld, Louis-Dreyfus began a new NBC sitcom, Watching Ellie, which was canceled after two abbreviated seasons. in 2005, it was announced that Louis-Dreyfus had been cast in the title role of a new CBS sitcom The New Adventures of Old Christine. Created by Kari Lizer, the series told the story of Christine Campbell, a single mother who manages to maintain a fantastic relationship with her ex-husband, while running a women’s gym.