Julia Louis-Dreyfus: Christine Campbell
Date Of Birth: January 13th, 1961 Hometown: New York, New York
Her other recent television credits include a recurring role in “Arrested Development.” She also starred in the series “Watching Ellie” and lent her voice to the television movie “Animal Farm.” Louis-Dreyfus first made her mark on television during a three year stint (1982-1985) on “Saturday Night Live” opposite the likes of Billy Crystal, Christopher Guest and Eddie Murphy.
Louis-Dreyfus’ feature film credits include the animated hit “A Bug’s Life,” to which she lent her voice for the character Princess Atta, Woody Allen’s Academy Award-winning “Hannah and Her Sisters,” “Deconstructing Harry,” “North,” “Fathers’ Day” and “Jack the Bear.”
Prior to moving to Los Angeles, Louis-Dreyfus studied theater at Northwestern University. During college, she was a member of the Practical Theater Company and subsequently joined Chicago’s famed Second City comedy troupe.