Julia Louis-Dreyfus completes chemotherapy

Supportive family Seinfeld’s Julia Louis Dreyfus has been battling breast cancer since September and on Thursday she completed her final round of chemotherapy

Julia Louis-Dreyfus completes chemotherapy

Julia Louis-Dreyfus received tragic news back in September when she was diagnosed with breast cancer.

Her caption accompanied a video of her two boys, Henry Hall, 25, and Charlie Hall, 20, singing along to the hit song.

The short clip finds Henry and Charlie - whose dad is Louis-Dreyfus' hubby, actor and comedian Brad Hall, 59 - demonstrating they've both inherited a bit of their parents' comedy chops.

Since carving out an iconic role as Elaine in Seinfeld, Julia Louis-Dreyfus has confirmed her position as USA television royalty with her work on hit political satire series Veep. "Today, I'm the one".

"1 in 8 women get breast cancer".

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The popular show ran for nine seasons between 1989 and 1998 and Louis-Dreyfus' role as the sole primary female character won her a Golden Globe Award in 1993 and an Emmy Award three years later. "The bad news is that not all women are so lucky, so let's all fight all cancers and make universal health care a reality".

"The expectation is we will shoot again", Rich said. The actress just reached a major milestone by completing chemotherapy treatment and to celebrate, her sons made her a hilarious video.

A seventh season of Veep is slated to be air on HBO later this year.

Louis-Dreyfus wrote on Instagram.

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