Why Julia Louis-Dreyfus Won't Get a Facelift: 'I'm Glad to Be the Age I Am'

Julia Louis-Dreyfus admits she sometimes feels burdened by Hollywood’s youth- and beauty-obsessed culture – but not quite as much as she used to.

Watch Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Jimmy Fallon Play the Whisper Challenge

Veep Season 4 Trailer: President Selina Meyer Is a 'Real-Life Mariah Carey'

President Selina Meyer (Julia Louis-Dreyfus) has officially taken up residence in the Oval Office, and her reign is going about as well as you might expect.

However, she’s still got her team looking out for her – “What you say goes,” Mike (Matt Walsh) assures her. “Literally. You’re like a real-life Mariah Carey.”

From Veep to 24: Pop Culture's Female Politicians Ranked

Last week, CBS premiered the new political drama Madam Secretary, which stars Téa Leoni as Elizabeth Faulkner McCord, the U.S. Secretary of State. It’s hardly a far-fetched concept, as we’ve seen three female secretaries of state since 1997: Madeleine Albright, Condoleezza Rice and Hillary Clinton.


From Aaron Paul to Sarah Silverman: The 5 Most Memorable Emmy Speeches

Awards-wise, the 2014 Emmys played out exactly the way most people would have predicted – lots of trophies for Breaking Bad and Modern Family and assorted other laurels for veteran Emmy favorites.

Thankfully, though, we had the acceptance speeches to inject a hint of surprise into the proceedings.

See Julia Louis-Dreyfus Celebrate Her Emmy Win by Kissing Bryan Cranston

This is one moment she won’t “yadda, yadda, yadda.”

Celebrating her third consecutive win as Best Actress in a Comedy at the Emmys, Veep star Julia Louis-Dreyfus sealed the moment with a furious makeout session with former Seinfeld costar Bryan Cranston.

Why Tony Hale Should Win an Emmy for Veep

Tony Hale of HBO’s Veep won outstanding supporting actor in a comedy last year, and deservedly so: As the vice president’s worshipful aide, Gary Walsh, he behaves less like a factotum than a highly evolved breed of dog that will fetch, heel, carry handbags and supply comfort food.

Why Anna Chlumsky Should Win an Emmy for Veep

This is Anna Chlumsky’s second straight year being nominated for outstanding supporting actress in a comedy series as Amy Brookheimer, Selina Meyer’s chief of staff on HBO’s Veep. That’s potentially a thankless White House job, and potentially a thankless role for an actress: Amy is one of the few sane characters on the show.