Julia Louis-Dreyfus Net Worth, Wiki-How Did She Build Her Net Worth Up To $200 Million?

Julia Louis-Dreyfus Net Worth, Wiki-How Did She Build Her Net Worth Up To $200 Million?

Facts of Julia Louis-Dreyfus Net Worth, Wiki-How Did She Build Her Net Worth Up To $200 Million?

Net worth$200 million
Date of Birth:1961 January 13
First NameJulia Scarlett Elizabeth
Last NameLouis-Dreyfus
Age:61 years old
Birth Nation: United States
Height: 5 Feet 3 Inch

An American actress, comedian, and producer, Julia Louis-Dreyfus has the net worth of $200 million. She is one of the actors in her generation to win more Emmy Awards and Guild Awards than any other actors.

How Rich Is Julia Louis-Dreyfus?

Julia Louis-Dreyfus has the net worth estimated to be $200 million. Her main source of income is film and television.

In 1996, Julia earned $600,000 from per episode from "Seinfeld". Then in 1997, she earned $160,000 per episode from "Seinfeld". In 2007, her income from "The New Adventures of Old Christine" was $225,000 per episode. In 2009, she earned $275,000 per episode from the same show. Then in 2015, her income from the series "Veep" was $150,000.

Let's Know About Julia Louis-Dreyfus's Property And Car

Julia's Beach House in Montecito, California

Julia's house in Los Angeles

Julia's Tesla Model S

Know About Julia Louis-Dreyfus's Career

In 1982, Julia was involved in "NBC's Saturday Night Live". Then till 1985, she was the part of SNL. In 1986, she appeared in films "Hannah and Her Sisters", and "Soul Man". In 1987, she also appeared in the sitcom "The Art of Being Nick".

In 1989, Julia appeared in "National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation". In 1990, Julia appeared in "NBC's Seinfeld". She appeared in the series for 9 seasons. While playing in Seinfeld, she also appeared in films "Father's Day' alongside Robin Williams and in Deconstructing Harry.

Julia has also lent her voice in "A Bug's Life" and in "The Simpsons". Then in 2002, she appeared in the sitcom "Watching Ellie" which was created by Brad Hall and co-starring Steve Carell. In 2004 and 2005, Julie appeared in "Arrested Development".

In 2006, Julia appeared in CBS sitcom "The New Adventures of Old Christine". In the same year, Julia hosted SNL. In 2007 and 2008, Julia was able to reprise her role in "The Simpsons" episodes. In 2010, Julia appeared in the web series "Web Therapy" starring Lisa Kudrow. In the same year, Julia also appeared in "30 Rock".

In 2011, Julia was busy working with her husband Brad Hall for Picture Paris, a short film. The film was released in 2012 only. In 2011, Julia was the main character of the series "Veep". Later working on the series, Julia was one of the producers of the series. The series is still running.

Then in 2013, Julia voiced in the film "Planes". In the same year, she appeared in "Enough Said". Julia has appeared in several tv commercials for Old Navy since 2014. In 2015, she appeared in so tv commercial along with Kumail Nanjiani and Snoop Dog.

In 2016, Julia hosted SNL with Nick Jonas as musical guest.

How Did Julia Louis-Dreyfus Spend Her Childhood? Let's Know

Julia Louis-Dreyfus was born on January 13, 1961, in New York City as Julia Scarlett Elizabeth Louis-Dreyfus. She was the daughter of Judith and Gerard Louis-Dreyfus. Her paternal and maternal parents have some kind of history in their own way.

In 1962, Julia's parents were divorced. Her mother Judith married L. Thompson Bowles when Julia was just 8 years old. In 1979, Julia graduated from the Holton-Arms School in Maryland and then went to Northwestern University in Illinois.

Let's Know About Julia Louis-Dreyfus's Married Life

In 1987, Julia and Brad Hall married. They met each other while they were in Northwestern. They have two sons together.

Julia's maternal half-sister, Lauren Bowles is also an actress. Julia's cousin, Robert Louis-Dreyfus was a former CEO of Adidas and also an owner of the Olympique de Marseille FC.

Julia had a diagnosis of breast cancer on September 28, 2017.

Awards Won By Julia Louis-Dreyfus

-Funniest Supporting Female Performer in a TV Series for Seinfeld (1993-1995, 1997,1998)

-Best Supporting Actress in a series, miniseries or tv film for Seinfeld (1994)

-Outstanding Supporting Actress in a comedy series for Seinfeld (1996)

-Outstanding Lead Actress in a comedy series for The New Adventure of Old Christine (2006)

-Outstanding Lead Actress in a comedy series for Veep (2012-2017)

-Best Actress in a Comedy Series for Veep (2013 and 2015)

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