Sufe Bradshaw is a talented actress who loves what she does and enjoys the diversity of the craft. As the ‘curt and acerbic’ Sue Wilson, on HBO’s VEEP, Bradshaw is able to display her dramatic as well as her comedic skills.
Details are sketchy but what details there are lead to this: some or all of the Seinfeld TV show gang are together filming. A show, movie, commercial - what? Well, Jerry and George are filming with other characters, and it's longer than 60 seconds.
Nicole Holofcener continues her excellent track record of telling women's stories with intelligence and grace with her latest, a romantic comedy imbued with wit and charm, and boasting some stellar performances.
When most people think of Julia Louis-Dreyfus, they think TV.
Defying the odds for most comediennes—aside from maybe Lucille Ball—she's had three hugely successful TV shows since she began her career on Saturday Night Live back in 1982.
When Reid Scott was cast as Dan Egan, Deputy Director of Communications for the vice president, he was handed the challenge of making an irascible, ladder climbing jerk likable. The fact that he succeeded was a surprise even to himself.
Actress Julia Louis-Dreyfus returns to TV starring in the HBO political comedy "Veep." The new series highlights fictional character Selina Meyer as she moves from the Senate floor to the office of Vice President.
"David Lienemann captured the filming of a scene for the White House Correspondents Dinner with the real Vice President and the TV Vice President, actress Julia Louis-Dreyfus, near the gate at the Naval Observatory Residence in Washington, D.C."
(Official White House Photo by David Lienemann)
Julia Louis Dreyfus as Vice-President Salina Meyer in the new HBO comedy VEEP