Julie Dreyfus

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Julia Louise-Dreyfus

Julia Louis-Dreyfus

Julia Elizabeth Scarlett Louis-Dreyfus

She was born January 13, 1961, in Manhattan (New York, USA). He graduated in Holton-Arms School in Bethesda (Maryland, USA). In 1979 he entered the Northwestern University in Evanston (Illinois, USA), where she studied theater activities, but three years later left the university to engage seriously in the shooting in the show “Saturday Night Live” (1982 to 1985), in which she made her debut.

From 1990 to 1998, actively removed in the series “”, Sayndeld where Elaine Benes plays a role which brought Julia fame and national recognition. Then there were the works in several series:”Curb Your Enthusiasm”(2000),”See Ellie”(2002),”Arrested Development”(2004-2005 years),”The New Adventures of Old Christine” (2006).

May 13, 2006 appeared on television as the hostess on the show “Saturday Night Live”, becoming the first woman-mistress of the evening.

In 2007, he received a doctorate of arts at Northwestern University.

May 2, 2010 Louise-Dreyfus received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame (star number 2407).

prizes and awards

For the work “Seinfeld”:

1992 – Audience Award in the category of television broadcasting “Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series”;

1993 – American Comedy Award in the category “Best actress in a television series”;

Audience Award in the category of quality television “Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series”;

1994 – American comedy Award in the category “Best actress in a television series”;

Golden Globe Award in the category “Best actress in a miniseries or TV movie”;

Audience Award in the category of quality television “Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series”;

1995 – American comedy Award in the category “Best actress in a television series”;

Screen Actors Guild Award in the category “best cast of the comedy series”;

1996 – Emmy Award in the category “Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series”;

1997 – American comedy Award in the category “Best actress in a television series”;

Screen Actors Guild Award in the category “Best Actress in a Comedy Series”and”best cast of the comedy series”;

1998 – American comedy Award in the category “Best actress in a television series”;

Screen Actors Guild Award in the category “Best Actress in a Comedy Series”and”best cast of the comedy series”;

For the work “Arrested Development”:

2004 – Gold Derby TV Award in the category “Better invited actress in a comedy series”;

For the work “The New Adventures of Old Christine”:

2006 – Emmy Award in the category “Best Actress in a Comedy TV series”;

2009 – the country’s TV Award in the category “laughing Heritage Award”;

2010 – The Star of Hollywood Walk of Fame in the category “contribution to the industry of television broadcasting”;

For the work “Vice President”:

2012 – Emmy Award in the category “Best Actress in a Comedy TV series”;

2013 – Emmy Award in the category “Best Actress in a Comedy TV series”;

2014 – Screen Actors Guild Award in the category “Best Actress in a Comedy Series”;

Emmy Award in the category “Best Actress in a Comedy TV series”.

The latest update: 12.04.15

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