Times Magazine Features Veep Star Julia Louis-Dreyfus On Its Cover
Julia Louis-Dreyfus Finds herself On The Times Magazine Cover Ahead Of The Premiere Of Season 7 of Veep
This March, we are unfortunately going to see the last of Selena Meyer. But of course, before Julia Louis-Dreyfus walks out following her spectacular portrayal, she deserves a massive round of applause for her comic perfection. Times journalist Molly Ball had a conversation with Louis-Dreyfus over her final days on The Veep. To the journalist, the ace comedian tops the list of the people who have caused comedy to grow as a genre in a positive way. So inspired were the journalist and the magazine were with what Louis-Dreyfus that they allotted her the cover of their magazine. Julia Louis-Dreyfus found the gesture overwhelming. And she has offered Times magazine a heartfelt acknowledgement.
Julia Louis-Dreyfus Talks About Her War Against Sexism That Eventually Paved Way For Her To Become The Star On Veep
Julia’s journey from the start of her career to the Veep season 7 has being an awe-inspiring one. The road to achieving the most significant character on the whip Final Season was indeed not a cozy one. Louis-Dreyfus had to wait a war with the male writers on Seinfeld. And only after a series of regular battles was Julia able to gain recognition for her character Elaine. Julia Louis-Dreyfus new well that she would have to continue to fight if she wants to survive and topple over the patriarchal setup of the entertainment industry. As she assumed the skin of a female comic political figurehead she made sure that she was able to convey an ample political insight to her audience. And at the same time she ensured that through her performance she is able to convey a message of women empowerment.