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Check out photos of Julia Louis-Dreyfus ("Seinfeld," "Veep") showcasing 23 of her sexiest looks over the years, including appearances at the Emmys, the Golden Globes, movie premieres and more. She posed nude for Rolling Stone in April 2014.
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"Seinfeld" alum Julia Louis-Dreyfus, now the star of the HBO series "Veep," appears nude on the latest cover of Rolling Stone, which is set for release on Friday, April 11. The photo shows the 53-year-old actress from behind with a fake U.S. Constitution tattoo on her back -- complete with John Hancock's signature. It is the most revealing image of Louis-Dreyfus released publicly. Check out the full photo on RollingStone.com (warning: NSFW and contains explicit content and offensive language).
Julia Louis-Dreyfus has won the 2013 Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress In A Comedy Series for her role as Selina Meyer in the HBO show "Veep," marking the actress' second win for the role and fourth individual Emmy honor since her time on "Seinfeld."
The 52-year-old beat Lena Dunham of "Girls", Edie Falco of Showtime's "Nurse Jackie," Amy Poehler of NBC's "Parks and Recreation," Tina Fey of "30 Rock" and Laura Dern of "Enlightened."
Teri Hatcher sat down with OTRC.com to promote her new Disney animated film 'Planes,' which also stars Dane Cook, and what it was like for her to be a part of a potential Disney animated classic movie.
In the Disney film, which flys into theaters on Aug. 9, Hatcher plays Dottie, a forklift who Hatcher considers to be 'nurturing' throughout the film. Check out 3 questions answered by Teri Hatcher.
Julia Louis-Dreyfus' return to television is underway.
The former "New Adventures of Old Christine" and "Seinfeld" actress stars in the new HBO comedy pilot "Veep" which was just picked up as a series by the network, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Julia Louis-Dreyfus is set to star as Vice President of the United States in a new sitcom pilot called "Veep", which will air on HBO.
The Emmy winner, who received a star on Hollywood's Walk of Fame in May, is best known for playing comedian Jerry Seinfeld's quirky friend Elaine on the hit sitcom "Seinfeld".