Julia Louis-Dreyfus best known for her role as Elaine Benes in the Seinfeld comedy series poses for the cover of the Rolling Stones magazine revealing all. The cover reveals a tattoo on Julia’s back of the constitution. The April issue of the magazine shows the 53 year old in all her glory.
Louis-Dreyfus is a talented actress whom has been inducted into Television Academy Hall of Fame. Her achievements were honored by the Rolling Stone magazine which includes six Golden Globe and 16 Emmy nominations, winning four Emmys. The Rolling Stone has called her “The First Lady of Comedy.” Louis-Dreyfus appeared for the first time on Saturday Night Live in 1985. She has appeared in other television series such as the Veep and The New Adventures of Old Christine but her most successful role has and remains Elaine in the Seinfeld series.
The 53 year old Julia Louis-Dreyfus tweeted out after revealing the photo of her bearing all on the cover of the Rolling Stone, “In my defense I was in a drunken stupor.” The photo is classy, not showing the goods but a little racy also. Louis-Dreyfus has not shown her sexy side much but what a treat for her fans on this day.
It is almost fitting that Louis-Dreyfus is currently working on the HBO series Veep considering there was a constitution inked on her back for the cover. She is showing her love for country in a very provocative way. Louis-Dreyfus opened up to the Rolling Stone magazine on a number of subjects. Her role as Selena Meyer on the hit series Veep, Louis-Dreyfus opened up stating, “You do realize that if we were 12, we would get in big trouble for this conversation.” Revealing the true nature of the show and its political take, she went on to say, “That was not part of the curriculum in high school, and the fact that it is now part of the curriculum of my life, is a pleasure which is the understatement of the universe.”
One of the most defining moments in Julia Louis-Dreyfus’ career would be the Seinfeld episode where Elaine was dancing. That kick she had as though she was having some sort of seizure was a spoof that caught many laughs. Louis-Dreyfus’ role as Elaine could not be imagined as anyone else. The perfect fit for the show, which only shows the brilliance of the whole cast of Seinfeld. Louis-Dreyfus has had a long career in the entertainment industry which is no easy bout. Her 30 year career has some very shining moments and there is no doubt she will have many more.
Julia Louis-Dreyfus will have her cover picture revealed to all when the Rolling Stone April issue comes out on Friday. The interview does not come without some controversy. Some have pointed out that the cover picture with the Constitution is signed by John Hancock who did not sign the Constitution. He is a one of the nation’s founding fathers who signed the Declaration of Independence. Possibly a poke at the politicians of today who don’t seem to know what the Constitution is. At one point of the interview Louis-Dreyfus speaks about the sexism that exists in today’s Hollywood. She brushes it off with, “Get out of my way,” referring to those who may stand in opposition to a woman’s success. Louis-Dreyfus remains true to herself and continues to entertain many with her sometimes dry humor. Louis-Dreyfus has no shame in her game.
Commentary by Jabar Morarend