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Actress and comedian Julia Louis-Dreyfus’s must-watch movies

She is funny and sharp with her acting skills

Actress, comedian, and producer Julia Louis-Dreyfus has a magnificent body of work. Popularly known for her comedy roles in the hit television series Saturday Night Live and Seinfeld to name a few, Dreyfus also has an elaborate body of film roles. Being a female actor, in the comedy genre, the 61-year-old actress is one of the most award-winning actresses in American television history. She has received more Primetime Emmy Awards and more Screen Actors Guild Awards than any other performer. There is no end to her comedy roles, so here is a list of some of the best Julia Louis-Dreyfus movies.

National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation

This 1989 Christmas comedy film is the third in series of the National Lampoon magazine’s Vacation film series. The film stars actors Chevy Chase, Beverly D’Angelo, and Randy Quaid, besides Julia Louis-Dreyfus and others. The film is based on a John Hughes short story Christmas ’59 that was published in the National Lampoon. The story narrates the life journey of the Griswold family and of them spending Christmas vacation at home with their relatives. But the best is yet to come as this celebration brings about mayhem.

Hannah and Her Sisters

This 1986 comedy-drama film is written and directed by Woody Allen and stars Allen, Mia Farrow, Michael Caine, Barbara Hershey, and Dianne Wiest. The plot of the film tells intertwined stories of an extended family over two years. The story is narrated in three main parts, with most of it taking place during a period of 24-months and begins and ends at family Thanksgiving dinner.

Deconstructing Harry

This 1997 black comedy film narrates the story of a successful writer Harry Block, which is played by Allen himself. The unique aspect of Block’s character is that he draws inspiration from people in real life, people he knows, from the events that he has witnessed closely, and so on.

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