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An Emmy Award winner for her work
as Elaine on "Seinfeld," Julia Louis-Dreyfus
returned for the series' ninth season after starring
opposite Robin Williams and Billy Crystal in the feature
film "Father's Day." In the fall of 1997, she
appeared in Woody Allen's new feature film,
With six consecutive Emmy nominations to her credit,
Louis-Dreyfus won the coveted award in 1996 for her
"Seinfeld" role. In 1997, she was honored with
a Screen Actors Guild Award for Best Supporting Actress
in a Comedy Series. She also earned a 1993 Golden Globe
Award for Best Performance in a Series by a Supporting
Actress and is a four-time American Comedy Award winner
as Funniest Supporting Female/Television. Additionally,
she garnered an American Television Award as Best
Supporting Actress/Comedy, and was awarded the Viewers
for Quality Television Best Supporting Actress/Comedy
award in 1993 and 1994.
Born in New York City, Louis-Dreyfus was raised in
Washington, D.C., where she became interested in acting
at an early age. She studied theater at Northwestern
University and worked extensively as a member of The
Practical Theater Company, an improvisational group with
a large Chicago following. This led to her joining the
famed Second City comedy troupe. While with Second City
she continued her work with Practical Theater and during
one of their special anniversary revues was asked to join
the ensemble cast of "Saturday Night Live."
Louis-Dreyfus has to her credit a variety of roles on
both the big and small screen. In addition to starring on
NBC's "Saturday Night Live" for three seasons
in the early-to-mid 1980s, she also appeared in the NBC
comedy series "Day by Day" (1988-89). Her
feature films include Woody Allen's "Hannah and Her
Sisters," "Soul Man," "National
Lampoon's Christmas Vacation," "Jack the
Bear" and Rob Reiner's "North."
Last year, Louis-Dreyfus starred in the NBC movie
"London Suite" in a role that was written for
her by longtime fan Neil Simon.
Louis-Dreyfus currently serves as the "Nice and Easy
Girl" for Clairol hair products. She and her
husband, writer and producer Brad Hall, live in Los
Angeles with their sons, Henry and Charlie. Her birthday
is January 13.