Julia Louis Dreyfus

Larry David Brings Special Brand of Anarchy to Seth Myers' Show (watch!) 4

Larry David Brings Special Brand of Anarchy to Seth Myers’ Show (watch!)

Larry David, one of the comedic geniuses behind hit ’90s sitcom “Seinfeld,” show off his peculiar brand of humor on Seth Myers’ show. The hilarious skit is about a “pitch” meeting of the show’s writers. David shows how he can make something out of nothing in a hilarious bit of anarchy. David, was a principal writer for “Seinfeld,” the hit show starring Jerry Seinfeld, Jason Alexander, Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Michael Richards. ...
Julia Louis-Dreyfus Follows Amy Poehler; See Her Old Navy Ad! (video) 8

Julia Louis-Dreyfus Follows Amy Poehler; See Her Old Navy Ad! (video)

Julia Louis-Dreyfus cooks the ultimate Thanksgiving dinner in her first commercial for Old Navy. She replaces Amy Poehler who schilled for the fashion brand starting with last year’s holiday season. Louis-Dreyfus, 53, is currently starring in the HBO television comedy series, “VEEP.” Poehler who currently stars as Leslie Knope in the sitcom "Parks and Recreation," helped Old Navy boost its online presence with her videos, which were formatted like comedy skits. ...
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Bland as White Bread Jimmy Kimmel Adds Bite to Emmys (watch)

Emmy host Jimmy Kimmel may be as bland as white bread, but he added some bite to the 64th Annual Emmy awards in an opening monologue that took pot shots at Republican Presidential Candidate Mitt Romney and President Obama. Kimmel also enlisted an all-star cast of Emmy nominees for an cold open skit that featured “Girls” actress Lena Dunham naked and Zooey Deschanel trying out facial expressions with “Mad Men’s” Christina Hendrix. The opening skit unfolded in the ladies room backstage where “Nashville” star Connie Britton, Kathy Bates from “Harry’s Law,” Martha Plimpton from the “Good Wife” and Julia Louis-Dreyfus from “Veep” were interrupted when a sobbing Kimmel burst into the room....
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Emmy Comedy: Modern Family Makes it Threepeat; Jon Cryer Wins

Everyday life proved to be the best source of comedy, again, at least as portrayed on “Modern Family,” which won the Emmy for best comedy series for the third year in a row, while Julia Louis-Dreyfus helped prevent a sweep by winning best actress. Modern Family’s Eric Stonestreet and Julie Bowen also won for best supporting actress and actress at the 64th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards. Jon Cryer won best actor for CBS's hit show, "Two and a Half Men," topping the show's star Ashton Kutcher , who replaced eight-season veteran Charlie Sheen....