History Creator / JuliaLouisDreyfus

2nd Jul '17 9:02:24 AM mouschilight
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!!! "The New Tropes Of Julia Louis-Dreyfus":

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!! She appeared in:
* ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'' (1982-1985)
* ''Film/{{Troll}}'' (1986)
* ''Film/HannahAndHerSisters'' (1986)
* ''Film/NationalLampoonsChristmasVacation'' (1989)
* ''Series/{{Seinfeld}}'' (1990-1998)
* ''Film/DeconstructingHarry'' (1997)
* ''WesternAnimation/ABugsLife'' (1998)
* ''Series/CurbYourEnthusiasm'' (2000, 2001, 2009)
* ''Series/TheNewAdventuresOfOldChristine'' (2006-2010)
* ''Series/{{Veep}}'' (2012-)
* ''WesternAnimation/{{Planes}}'' (2013)
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"The New Tropes Of Julia Louis-Dreyfus":




!!! She appeared in:
* ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'' (1982-1985)
* ''Film/{{Troll}}'' (1986)
* ''Film/HannahAndHerSisters'' (1986)
* ''Film/NationalLampoonsChristmasVacation'' (1989)
* ''Series/{{Seinfeld}}'' (1990-1998)
* ''Film/DeconstructingHarry'' (1997)
* ''WesternAnimation/ABugsLife'' (1998)
* ''Series/CurbYourEnthusiasm'' (2000, 2001, 2009)
* ''Series/TheNewAdventuresOfOldChristine'' (2006-2010)
* ''Series/{{Veep}}'' (2012-)
* ''WesternAnimation/{{Planes}}'' (2013)

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\n!!! She appeared in:\n* ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'' (1982-1985)\n* ''Film/{{Troll}}'' (1986)\n* ''Film/HannahAndHerSisters'' (1986)\n* ''Film/NationalLampoonsChristmasVacation'' (1989)\n* ''Series/{{Seinfeld}}'' (1990-1998)\n* ''Film/DeconstructingHarry'' (1997)\n* ''WesternAnimation/ABugsLife'' (1998)\n* ''Series/CurbYourEnthusiasm'' (2000, 2001, 2009)\n* ''Series/TheNewAdventuresOfOldChristine'' (2006-2010)\n* ''Series/{{Veep}}'' (2012-)\n* ''WesternAnimation/{{Planes}}'' (2013)----
8th Dec '16 10:05:15 PM Xtifr
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'''Julia Scarlett Elizabeth Louis-Dreyfus''' (January 13, 1961-) is an American {{Act|ors}}ress and comedienne from UsefulNotes/NewYorkCity, NY best known for her work on ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'' and ''Series/{{Seinfeld}}''. A Creator/SecondCity veteran, she started in the Practical Theatre Company in UsefulNotes/{{Chicago}} before getting cast on ''[=SNL=]'' in 1982. Despite being overshadowed by the likes of Creator/EddieMurphy and Joe Piscopo (and later, Christopher Guest, Billy Crystal, and Martin Short), Louis-Dreyfus managed to make the most of her time on the show. Her notable recurring characters include Patty-Lynn Hunnsucker (a teenage commentator for Saturday Night News[[note]]Weekend Update[[/note]]), Weather Woman (a parody of The X-Men's Storm in the recurring sketch, "The Interesting Four"), April May June (a female televangelist), and Consuela (a Hispanic TV show host) and her celebrity impressions include Jo Ann Worley, Andie [=MacDowell=], Linda Ellerbee (back before she did ''Nick News''), Linda Ronstandt, and Marie Osmond (in the infamous Christmas sketch where Marie and Donny Osmond make out). Louis-Dreyfus even found love on ''SNL''. Her husband is former cast member Brad Hall, who was an anchor for the "Saturday Night News" segment for season eight and parts of season nine.

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'''Julia Julia Scarlett Elizabeth Louis-Dreyfus''' Louis-Dreyfus (January 13, 1961-) is an American {{Act|ors}}ress and comedienne from UsefulNotes/NewYorkCity, NY best known for her work on ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'' and ''Series/{{Seinfeld}}''. A Creator/SecondCity veteran, she started in the Practical Theatre Company in UsefulNotes/{{Chicago}} before getting cast on ''[=SNL=]'' in 1982. Despite being overshadowed by the likes of Creator/EddieMurphy and Joe Piscopo (and later, Christopher Guest, Billy Crystal, and Martin Short), Louis-Dreyfus managed to make the most of her time on the show. Her notable recurring characters include Patty-Lynn Hunnsucker (a teenage commentator for Saturday Night News[[note]]Weekend Update[[/note]]), Weather Woman (a parody of The X-Men's Storm in the recurring sketch, "The Interesting Four"), April May June (a female televangelist), and Consuela (a Hispanic TV show host) and her celebrity impressions include Jo Ann Worley, Andie [=MacDowell=], Linda Ellerbee (back before she did ''Nick News''), Linda Ronstandt, and Marie Osmond (in the infamous Christmas sketch where Marie and Donny Osmond make out). Louis-Dreyfus even found love on ''SNL''. Her husband is former cast member Brad Hall, who was an anchor for the "Saturday Night News" segment for season eight and parts of season nine.
24th Oct '16 10:30:33 AM Premonition45
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* SpellMyNameWithAnS: There's only one "s" in "Dreyfus." During her acceptance speech at the 2016 Emmys, she paid tribute to her father, who'd passed away a couple days earlier, and afterwards, many Twitter users mistakenly paid tribute to ''Creator/RichardDreyfuss''.

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* SpellMyNameWithAnS: There's only one "s" in "Dreyfus." During her acceptance speech at the 2016 Emmys, Emmy Awards, she paid tribute to her father, who'd passed away a couple days earlier, and afterwards, many Twitter users mistakenly paid tribute to ''Creator/RichardDreyfuss''.
24th Oct '16 10:30:11 AM Premonition45
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* SpellMyNameWithAnS: There's only one "s" in "Dreyfus."

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* SpellMyNameWithAnS: There's only one "s" in "Dreyfus."" During her acceptance speech at the 2016 Emmys, she paid tribute to her father, who'd passed away a couple days earlier, and afterwards, many Twitter users mistakenly paid tribute to ''Creator/RichardDreyfuss''.
10th Oct '16 1:50:09 AM Aquila89
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Her biggest success was as Elaine Benes on ''[=Seinfeld=]''. She has also acted in such movies as ''Film/NationalLampoonsChristmasVacation'', ''Film/HannahAndHerSisters'' and ''Film/DeconstructingHarry''. She is a six-time Emmy Award-winner and the only actress who won for three different comedy series: ''Series/{{Seinfeld}}'', ''Series/TheNewAdventuresOfOldChristine'' and ''Series/{{Veep}}''.


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Her biggest success was as Elaine Benes on ''[=Seinfeld=]''. She has also acted in such movies as ''Film/NationalLampoonsChristmasVacation'', ''Film/HannahAndHerSisters'' and ''Film/DeconstructingHarry''. She is a six-time nine-time Emmy Award-winner (seven for acting, two for producing) and the only actress who won for three different comedy series: ''Series/{{Seinfeld}}'', ''Series/TheNewAdventuresOfOldChristine'' and ''Series/{{Veep}}''.




* NonIdleRich: Her great-great-grandfather established the Louis Dreyfus Group in 1851, which is a French shipping conglomerate still in the family to this day; the family was known as one of the "Five Great Fortunes of France" in the early twentieth century, and her father has a personal fortune of $3 billion. She nevertheless is an extremely active working comic actress.

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* NonIdleRich: Her great-great-grandfather established the Louis Dreyfus Group in 1851, which is a French shipping conglomerate still in the family to this day; the family was known as one of the "Five Great Fortunes of France" in the early twentieth century, and her father has had a personal fortune of $3 billion. She nevertheless is an extremely active working comic actress.
7th Oct '16 9:19:03 PM The_Glorious_SOB
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Her biggest success was as Elaine Benes on ''[=Seinfeld=]''. She has also acted in such movies as ''Film/NationalLampoonsChristmasVacation'', ''Film/HannahAndHerSisters'' and ''Film/DeconstructingHarry''. She is a five-time Emmy Award-winner and the only actress who won for three different comedy series: ''Series/{{Seinfeld}}'', ''Series/TheNewAdventuresOfOldChristine'' and ''Series/{{Veep}}''.


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Her biggest success was as Elaine Benes on ''[=Seinfeld=]''. She has also acted in such movies as ''Film/NationalLampoonsChristmasVacation'', ''Film/HannahAndHerSisters'' and ''Film/DeconstructingHarry''. She is a five-time six-time Emmy Award-winner and the only actress who won for three different comedy series: ''Series/{{Seinfeld}}'', ''Series/TheNewAdventuresOfOldChristine'' and ''Series/{{Veep}}''.

21st Aug '16 12:48:34 PM nombretomado
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'''Julia Scarlett Elizabeth Louis-Dreyfus''' (January 13, 1961-) is an American {{Act|ors}}ress and comedienne from UsefulNotes/NewYorkCity, NY best known for her work on ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'' and ''Series/{{Seinfeld}}''. A Creator/SecondCity veteran, she started in the Practical Theatre Company in UsefulNotes/{{Chicago}} before getting cast on ''[=SNL=]'' in 1982. Despite being overshadowed by the likes of EddieMurphy and Joe Piscopo (and later, Christopher Guest, Billy Crystal, and Martin Short), Louis-Dreyfus managed to make the most of her time on the show. Her notable recurring characters include Patty-Lynn Hunnsucker (a teenage commentator for Saturday Night News[[note]]Weekend Update[[/note]]), Weather Woman (a parody of The X-Men's Storm in the recurring sketch, "The Interesting Four"), April May June (a female televangelist), and Consuela (a Hispanic TV show host) and her celebrity impressions include Jo Ann Worley, Andie [=MacDowell=], Linda Ellerbee (back before she did ''Nick News''), Linda Ronstandt, and Marie Osmond (in the infamous Christmas sketch where Marie and Donny Osmond make out). Louis-Dreyfus even found love on ''SNL''. Her husband is former cast member Brad Hall, who was an anchor for the "Saturday Night News" segment for season eight and parts of season nine.

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'''Julia Scarlett Elizabeth Louis-Dreyfus''' (January 13, 1961-) is an American {{Act|ors}}ress and comedienne from UsefulNotes/NewYorkCity, NY best known for her work on ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'' and ''Series/{{Seinfeld}}''. A Creator/SecondCity veteran, she started in the Practical Theatre Company in UsefulNotes/{{Chicago}} before getting cast on ''[=SNL=]'' in 1982. Despite being overshadowed by the likes of EddieMurphy Creator/EddieMurphy and Joe Piscopo (and later, Christopher Guest, Billy Crystal, and Martin Short), Louis-Dreyfus managed to make the most of her time on the show. Her notable recurring characters include Patty-Lynn Hunnsucker (a teenage commentator for Saturday Night News[[note]]Weekend Update[[/note]]), Weather Woman (a parody of The X-Men's Storm in the recurring sketch, "The Interesting Four"), April May June (a female televangelist), and Consuela (a Hispanic TV show host) and her celebrity impressions include Jo Ann Worley, Andie [=MacDowell=], Linda Ellerbee (back before she did ''Nick News''), Linda Ronstandt, and Marie Osmond (in the infamous Christmas sketch where Marie and Donny Osmond make out). Louis-Dreyfus even found love on ''SNL''. Her husband is former cast member Brad Hall, who was an anchor for the "Saturday Night News" segment for season eight and parts of season nine.
6th Jun '16 6:13:50 PM Dravencour
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Her biggest success was as Elaine Benes on ''[=Seinfeld=]''. She has also acted in such movies as ''Film/NationalLampoonsChristmasVacation'', ''Film/HannahAndHerSisters'' and ''Film/DeconstructingHarry''. She is a five-time Emmy Award-winner and the only actress who won for three different comedy series: ''Seinfeld'', ''Series/TheNewAdventuresOfOldChristine'' and ''Series/{{Veep}}''.


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Her biggest success was as Elaine Benes on ''[=Seinfeld=]''. She has also acted in such movies as ''Film/NationalLampoonsChristmasVacation'', ''Film/HannahAndHerSisters'' and ''Film/DeconstructingHarry''. She is a five-time Emmy Award-winner and the only actress who won for three different comedy series: ''Seinfeld'', ''Series/{{Seinfeld}}'', ''Series/TheNewAdventuresOfOldChristine'' and ''Series/{{Veep}}''.

13th Apr '16 3:41:28 PM missmoon
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* RomanceOnTheSet: Of ''[=SNL=]'' with her husband Brad Hall, whom she met at Northwestern University.
10th Oct '15 3:49:24 PM RoseAndHeather
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'''Julia Scarlett Elizabeth Louis-Dreyfus''' (January 13, 1961-) is an American {{Act|ors}}ress and comedienne from UsefulNotes/NewYorkCity, NY best known for her work on ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'' and ''Series/{{Seinfeld}}''. She started in the Practical Theatre Company in UsefulNotes/{{Chicago}} before getting cast on ''[=SNL=]'' in 1982. Despite being overshadowed by the likes of EddieMurphy and Joe Piscopo (and later, Christopher Guest, Billy Crystal, and Martin Short), Louis-Dreyfus managed to make the most of her time on the show. Her notable recurring characters include Patty-Lynn Hunnsucker (a teenage commentator for Saturday Night News[[note]]Weekend Update[[/note]]), Weather Woman (a parody of The X-Men's Storm in the recurring sketch, "The Interesting Four"), April May June (a female televangelist), and Consuela (a Hispanic TV show host) and her celebrity impressions include Jo Ann Worley, Andie [=MacDowell=], Linda Ellerbee (back before she did ''Nick News''), Linda Ronstandt, and Marie Osmond (in the infamous Christmas sketch where Marie and Donny Osmond make out). Louis-Dreyfus even found love on ''SNL''. Her husband is former cast member Brad Hall, who was an anchor for the "Saturday Night News" segment for season eight and parts of season nine.

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'''Julia Scarlett Elizabeth Louis-Dreyfus''' (January 13, 1961-) is an American {{Act|ors}}ress and comedienne from UsefulNotes/NewYorkCity, NY best known for her work on ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'' and ''Series/{{Seinfeld}}''. She A Creator/SecondCity veteran, she started in the Practical Theatre Company in UsefulNotes/{{Chicago}} before getting cast on ''[=SNL=]'' in 1982. Despite being overshadowed by the likes of EddieMurphy and Joe Piscopo (and later, Christopher Guest, Billy Crystal, and Martin Short), Louis-Dreyfus managed to make the most of her time on the show. Her notable recurring characters include Patty-Lynn Hunnsucker (a teenage commentator for Saturday Night News[[note]]Weekend Update[[/note]]), Weather Woman (a parody of The X-Men's Storm in the recurring sketch, "The Interesting Four"), April May June (a female televangelist), and Consuela (a Hispanic TV show host) and her celebrity impressions include Jo Ann Worley, Andie [=MacDowell=], Linda Ellerbee (back before she did ''Nick News''), Linda Ronstandt, and Marie Osmond (in the infamous Christmas sketch where Marie and Donny Osmond make out). Louis-Dreyfus even found love on ''SNL''. Her husband is former cast member Brad Hall, who was an anchor for the "Saturday Night News" segment for season eight and parts of season nine.
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