68th Emmy Awards: Julia Louis-Dreyfus Lead Actress In Comedy Series For ‘Veep’ – Facts You Need To Know
Multi-awarded actress Julia Louis-Dreyfus is once again nominated in the 68th Emmy Awards for Outstanding Lead actress in a Comedy Series.Advertisement
Louis-Dreyfus’ nomination for this year’s Emmy did not come as a surprise to many as she has become a regular. The award-winning artist has become one of the most decorated comedy actresses of her generation.
Seven-time Emmy Awards Winner
In nearly 30 years of acting, Louis-Dreyfus has amassed a total of seven Emmy Awards and 22 nominations. The number of nominations she got and the awards she won exemplifies her caliber as an actress.
The first Emmy she got was the Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series for her role in the NBC comedy series Seinfield in 1996. The latest Emmy awarded to her was in 2015 for her performance in her role in the HBO hit comedy series VEEP.
Trivia, Family, Net Worth
According to IMDB, Louis-Dreyfus’ father, Gerard, was a French billionaire who fled France to the United States during World War II. Her mother was an author and tutor for children with special needs. But her parents got divorced when she was young.
The 55-year-old actress is married to Brad Hall, an American actor and director. The couple got married in 1987 and is proud of their healthy married relationship for the past 27 years.
According to the Celebrity Net Worth, the VEEP lead actress’ net worth is pegged at $200 million, and she earns $150 million per episode. Although her net worth is far from making her a billionaire, she will soon get her inheritance from her billionaire father.