Top moments of Julia Louis-Dreyfus' career include the infamous "contest" on "Seinfeld" and her Emmy nominated turns on "The New Adventures of Old Christine."
Thomas J. McLean
Few comic actresses working primarily in television can boast the kind of career Julia Louis-Dreyfus has had, with success on long-running comedy shows in three decades.
Getting a laugh is tough business, but for Julia Louis-Dreyfus, it's not as important as protecting the environment.
Live entertainment has often been a stabilizing force in the fluctuating Las Vegas economy, adapting quickly to radical changes in the market and rolling out splashy and popular new acts, conveying…
It's been a charmed year for Christoph Waltz, who seized supporting-actor front-runner status at Cannes and has only expanded his shiny hardware collection since then.
Mo'Nique has dominated supporting actress awards talk since last winter for her turn in "Precious." The film earned a special jury award for acting in its debut at Sundance last year, kicking off a…
It's not exactly a Hallmark card farewell that NATPE CEO Rick Feldman is sending Las Vegas, but it is honest.
Once again, the turning of the seasons heralds the broadcast networks' annual fall rush for viewers, with ABC, CBS, NBC, Fox and the CW tossing many of their new shows all at once into the ratings…
Breaking up is hard to do, but for variety, music and comedy programs, it's all for the best.
Emmy's variety, music or comedy series category has been remarkably stable and even predictable the past few years.
It wasn't so long ago that the chance to visit a movie set, attend a junket or interview top Hollywood talent was a privilege reserved for a small network of print and TV journalists.