Julia Louis-Dreyfus is a talented American screenwriter, actress, and comedian. She was born in New York City, where she grew up in what was considered a Jewish neighborhood. Her mother, Marie Louis, was a well-known Jewish writer and artist. Julia’s father, Joseph, was a lawyer. Julia had two older half sisters that are still living.
As an actress Julia has made some memorable and successful films including “Man on the Moon”, “My Fair Lady”, “Sandra Bullock Presents: Oprah”, “E.T. – Empires End”, “The Social Network”, “The Informant! Who Hired That Spy?” and “Julia Louis-Dreyfus: The New Adventures of Old Christine”.
Julia Louis-Dreyfus was also a singer and songwriter. She is best known for her film career, which spanned four decades and featured some of today’s most memorable and inspirational stars such as: Oprah Winfrey, Julia Roberts, Mariah Carey, Tina Fey, and Anne Hathaway. Her film roles were mostly in movies and TV shows that portrayed women and girls. Her musical career has also included such popular albums as “Cable Guy” and “Hollywood Divorced”.
Julia Louis-Dreyfus’ life and film career spanned some of the landmark events of her time. These included the birth of her first child, her marriage to Richard Burton, the start of her comedy career, the end of her marriage to Burton, and the birth of another child. As a result, Julia Louis-Dreyfus became one of the most successful actresses in the industry during these times. She had forty films to her credit, which are all remembered by critics and viewers alike.
Julia Louis-Dreyfus Measurements
|Body Size||34 inches|
|Waist Size||24 inches (61 cm)|
|Hips Size||34 inches (87 cm)|
|Shoe Size||6.5 (US)|
|Height||5 feet 4 inch approx to 163 cm|
|Weight||53 Kg approx to 117 Pounds|
During her late years, Julia Louis-Dreyfus decided to focus on acting, and she began to star in and produce shows such as “Theicks”, “Girlfriends, Law and Order” and “The Sopranos” for HBO. However, her most notable and acclaimed performance would be her appearance on “Saturday Night Live” as the foul-tempered C.P. From her appearances on this show, Julia Louis-Dreyfus began to receive critical acclaim, which led to her receiving three Emmys for her work on “SNL”. In fact, she was nominated for a fourth Emmys for her work on “SNL” that year.
After her time on” SNL”, Julia Louis-Dreyfus went on to star in several movies, including “Amelie”, “A Few Good Men”, “Cable Guy”,” Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind”, and “Million Dollar Baby”. Her first film role was in the acclaimed movie “Man on the Moon” as an annoying but lovable character. Her final film role would be in the critically acclaimed “Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind”, in which she again played an annoying but likeable character. Her overall filmography is impressive and she has been nominated for an abundance of awards including an Academy Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role.