VIDEO: Julia Louis-Dreyfus Talks Emmy Win on LENO
TONIGHT SHOW WITH JAY LENO, NBC
Julia Louis-Dreyfus stopped by last night's THE TONIGHT SHOW WITH Jay Leno on NBC to talk about her latest Emmy win for her HBO comedy 'Veep.' She is not the most Emmy-nominated actress in the history of television, surpassing the great comedian Lucille Ball.
"Well when I first started out being an actress, my one and only thought was, 'I must avenge Lucille Ball,' joked the Seinfeld star. Check out the appearance below!
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