The Final Pack Up Yet Very Much Alive To Julia Louis-Dreyfus

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NORTH HOLLYWOOD, CA - MAY 25: Actress Julia Louis-Dreyfus arrives at HBO's "Veep" FYC Event at the Saban Media Center on May 25, 2017 in North Hollywood, California. (Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images)

The 62 years old actress looked back at the time when she felt the emotional pain in her stomach. Julia Louis-Dreyfus played the role of Elaine Benes In Seinfeld. The show did its last cut almost 25 years ago. Julia can hear the sound till today.

The show hit its 25th anniversary recently which made her recall all the best moments she had. They all bonded over the years of shooting, it was equally hard for everyone who was part of the team. Seinfeld was an iconic show which led Julia to receive an Emmy.

Julia Louis-Dreyfus Is Grateful To The Fans For Keeping The Show Alive

Acting was probably the first thing Julia Louis-Dreyfus fell in love with. She was confident about it. The Seinfeld happened in her life. The show gave her new perspectives to pursue acting. The show started in 1989 and continued till 1998. They have nine seasons. When they made it they weren’t aware this sitcom would affect lives in numerous ways. 

This generation has started relating to it. It’s actually mind-blowing. After Seinfeld Julia Louis-Dreyfus polished her skills more and bagged many famous works. Seinfeld released their movie in 2004. Since then she has been unstoppable. She has done The New Adventures Of Old Christine. 

Later Julia Louis-Dreyfus managed to get herself a Marvel Studios project. She appeared in Black Widow. Recently released Wakana Forever. Veep was one of her greatest works. She is also proud of herself that she didn’t stop chasing her dreams. She starred in Seinfeld along with Jerry Seinfeld, Jason Alexander, and Michael Richards.

Julia Louis-Dreyfus proudly says how proud she is of those young generation fans. The show was aired when they weren’t even born. Yet they still love the show now. She couldn’t be any more grateful to her fans for keeping it alive.