Julia Louis-Dreyfus While At Northwestern LouisDreyfus Met Future Husband And Saturday Night Live Comedian

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Her mother, Judith was a writer and special needs tutor, and her father, GĂ©rard Louis-Dreyfus (also known as William Louis-Dreyfus), was a French attorney and business executive. Both her paternal grandmother and mother were American. Louis-Dreyfus’ maternal half-sister, Lauren Bowles, is also an actress, appearing with her on Seinfeld and The New Adventures of Old Christine, as well as on Veronica Mars and in the film Ghost World. in 2007 she was invited back to Northwestern to receive a honorary Doctor of Arts degree. While at Northwestern, Louis-Dreyfus met future husband and Saturday Night Live comedian Brad Hall. It was during her tenure on SNL, she met writer Larry David, who would later co-create Seinfeld.

Julia Louis-Dreyfus LouisDreyfus Was Born January 13 1961 In The Manhattan Borough Of New

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In 2006, she tried her luck once again playing the titular role of Christine Campbell in the sitcom The New Adventures of Old Christine, which lasted for five seasons on CBS. in May 2010, Louis-Dreyfus received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame for her contribution to the broadcast television industry. Louis-Dreyfus was born January 13, 1961 in the Manhattan borough of New York City. Her paternal grandfather was Pierre Louis-Dreyfus (1908-2011), a French Jew who fought in the French Resistance during World War II. Through her father, a billionaire heir to the Louis Dreyfus Group, one of the world’s largest commodities trading and merchandising firms, she had a cousin, Robert Louis-Dreyfus (1946-2009), former CEO of Adidas and owner of the Olympique de Marseille soccer team. One of the episodes that she did not appear in was the inaugural pilot episode, due to the fact that her character was not initially intended to be a part of the series. It was only after the first episode that NBC executives felt the show was too male-centric, and demanded that creators Jerry Seinfeld and Larry David add a woman to the cast.


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