Seinfeld is one of the most successful U.S. sitcoms of all time. The cast of the series were followed, however, as almost cursed. Nothing more should they succeed. Julia Louis-Dreyfus has conquered the Seinfeld curse, however.
There is much that is remarkable about Julia Louis-Dreyfus. Not least the fact of how relaxed they deal with their own fame. When she was to receive in 2010 a star on the Walk of Fame, but in this her name was misspelled (Julia Luis Dreyfus), because they thought that was so funny that she now has the wrong badge for home leave for framing. Louis-Dreyfus is normally located in a sympathetic way, it would have their lives - can easily run into other cars, as can be seen in today's examples like Paris Hilton or the Kardashians - the daughter of a French billionaire. Instead of scandal, the actress made ??better by their own power of attention.
Shortly after college, she was later shared with her ??husband, comedy writer Brad Hall, a member of the troupe of "Saturday Night Live." Following her three years in the legendary comedy show, she landed some small roles in feature films, including "Troll" (1986), "Hannah and Her Sisters" (1986) and "Christmas Vacation very much!" (1989).
In 1988, she first played the lead role in a TV series. The engagement was short lived however: the comedy series "Day by Day" was canceled after only one year. Looking back, Louis-Dreyfus would have happened but did no better: only a short time later her former SNL writer Larry David, the role of Elaine Benes was wearing in his new sitcom "Seinfeld" on.