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Art collector William Louis-Dreyfus stopped by this morning's TODAY along with his Emmy Award-winning daughter Julia Louis-Dreyfus, and revealed that he was initially surprised by the comedy superstardom his offspring achieved for her role as Elaine on "Seinfeld."
"I couldn't tell she was going to be a star," William shared as he recalled Julia's childhood years. "I knew how natural she was and how much she liked life and fun. She was always very funny and fun to be with."
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