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'''Julia Louis-Dreyfus''' (b. 1961) is a comic actress best known for her [[Emmy Awards|Emmy Award]]-winning roles as Elaine Benes on ''[[Seinfeld]]'' and Christine Campbell in ''The New Adventures of Old Christine''.
 
'''Julia Louis-Dreyfus''' (b. 1961) is a comic actress best known for her [[Emmy Awards|Emmy Award]]-winning roles as Elaine Benes on ''[[Seinfeld]]'' and Christine Campbell in ''The New Adventures of Old Christine''.
   
She appeared in 1994 on ''[[Sesame Street's All-Star 25th Birthday]]'' as reporter [[Kathie Lee Kathie]] (a spoof of [[Kathie Lee Gifford]]) and voiced Heather on ''[[Dinosaurs]]''. In amateur filmed footage from behind the scenes of the special, Dreyfus blurted out the s-word, causing Elmo and Zoe to freek out.
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She appeared in 1994 on ''[[Sesame Street's All-Star 25th Birthday]]'' as reporter [[Kathie Lee Kathie]] (a spoof of [[Kathie Lee Gifford]]) and voiced Heather on ''[[Dinosaurs]]''. In amateur filmed footage from behind the scenes of the special, Dreyfus blurted out the s-word, causing Elmo to call "five dollars!", in reference to a swear jar. {{youtube|sc_5M-AK7HU}}
   
 
Her ''Seinfeld'' character was also spoofed as [[Baby Elaine]] in the "[[Seinfeld Babies]]" sketch on ''[[Muppets Tonight]]''.
 
Her ''Seinfeld'' character was also spoofed as [[Baby Elaine]] in the "[[Seinfeld Babies]]" sketch on ''[[Muppets Tonight]]''.

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Julia Louis-Dreyfus (b. 1961) is a comic actress best known for her Emmy Award-winning roles as Elaine Benes on Seinfeld and Christine Campbell in The New Adventures of Old Christine.

She appeared in 1994 on Sesame Street's All-Star 25th Birthday as reporter Kathie Lee Kathie (a spoof of Kathie Lee Gifford) and voiced Heather on Dinosaurs. In amateur filmed footage from behind the scenes of the special, Dreyfus blurted out the s-word, causing Elmo to call "five dollars!", in reference to a swear jar. (YouTube)

Her Seinfeld character was also spoofed as Baby Elaine in the "Seinfeld Babies" sketch on Muppets Tonight.

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