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Julie Dreyfus Biography and Filmography
Julie Dreyfus
Birthday: January 13, 1961
Birth Place: New York, New York, USA
Height: 5' 2"
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Though Japanese audiences are undoubtedly familiar with French actress Julie Dreyfus thanks to her status as a gaijin tarento (foreign talent) in Nippon, it wasn't until her breakthrough role Quentin Tarantino's 2003 revenge epic Kill Bill that the talented, multilingual actress would become a familiar face to stateside audiences. A native of Paris, the future actress was initially drawn to work in interior design and architecture while still a student, though her striking beauty, ability to speak French, Japanese, and English and formidable talent in front of the camera soon found her following a notably different and unexpected career path. With early work as a photographer and television reporter in Japan providing her with exposure on the small screen, it wasn't long before Dreyfus was edging ever closer to drama. After roles in such television series as Strange Discoveries, Ryu's Bar, and Sense and Nonsense provided audiences with a taste of her dramatic capabilities, numerous television dramas such as Don't Steal My Heart and Interactive Suspense were quick to follow. Two years after making her feature debut in the 1992 Japanese film Faraway Sunset, Dreyfus received her first taste of international exposure with a supporting role in Rintaro Mayuzumi's acclaimed biographical drama Rampo. Her English-language debut came with the same year's family comedy A Feast at Midnight, and it wasn't long after that she set her sights on stateside productions in hopes of expanding her talents beyond Japan. A role in the short-lived television series The Crow: Stairway to Heaven did indeed provide her with more international recognition in 1998, and following a role in the 2000 feature Bathory, Dreyfus essayed a supporting role in the French movie Jean Moulin (2002). It was the following year, however, that proved to be Dreyfus' international breakthrough, and her impressive performance as feared assassin O-Ren Ishii's (Lucy Liu) dedicated right-hand woman, Sofie Fatale, in Kill Bill forever insured that she would no longer be confused with a certain Seinfeld starlet with whom she shares a nearly identical namesake. In addition to her career in front of the camera, Julie Dreyfus is also a published author.
Some of My Best Friends Are Portuguese (2006)
[ Julia Louise Dreyfus ]
Exile on Lame Street (2006)
[ Julia Louise Dreyfus ]
No Fault Divorce (2006)
[ Julia Louise Dreyfus ]
Ritchie Has Two Mommies (2006)
[ Julia Louise Dreyfus ]
Out on a Limb (2005)
[ Julia Louise Dreyfus ]
Justice Is Blind (2004)
[ Julia Louise Dreyfus ][ Amy Poehler ]
Altar Egos (2004)
[ Julia Louise Dreyfus ][ Amy Poehler ]
Geppetto (2000)
[ Julia Louise Dreyfus ][ Ana Gasteyer ][ Sara Paxton ][ Scarlett Pomers ][ Arnetia Walker ]
Animal Farm (1999)
[ Julia Louise Dreyfus ][ Julia Ormond ]
The Puerto Rican Day (1998)
[ Julia Louise Dreyfus ]
The Maid (1998)
[ Julia Louise Dreyfus ]
The Frogger (1998)
[ Julia Louise Dreyfus ]
A Bug's Life (1998)
[ Julia Louise Dreyfus ][ Bonnie Hunt ][ Christina Milian ][ Madeline Kahn ][ Edie McClurg ]
The Finale: Part 2 (1998)
[ Julia Louise Dreyfus ]
Deconstructing Harry (1997)
[ Jennifer Garner ][ Demi Moore ][ Elisabeth Shue ][ Kirstie Alley ][ Julia Louise Dreyfus ]
Fathers' Day (1997)
[ Julia Louise Dreyfus ][ Nastassja Kinski ][ Mary McCormack ][ Patti D'Arbanville ][ Haylie Johnson ]
London Suite (1996)
[ Julia Louise Dreyfus ][ Madeline Kahn ][ Kristen Johnston ][ Julie Hagerty ]
North (1994)
[ Scarlett Johansson ][ Julia Louise Dreyfus ][ Kathy Bates ][ Kelly McGillis ][ Lauren Tom ]
Jack the Bear (1993)
[ Reese Witherspoon ][ Julia Louise Dreyfus ][ Lee Garlington ][ Dorothy Lyman ][ Andrea Marcovicci ]
Christmas Vacation (1989)
[ Juliette Lewis ][ Julia Louise Dreyfus ][ Beverly D'Angelo ][ Doris Roberts ][ Diane Ladd ]
Soul Man (1986)
[ Julia Louise Dreyfus ][ Rae Dawn Chong ][ Melora Hardin ]
Hannah and Her Sisters (1986)
[ Carrie Fisher ][ Julia Louise Dreyfus ][ Mia Farrow ][ Barbara Hershey ][ Dianne Wiest ]
Troll (1986)
[ Julia Louise Dreyfus ][ June Lockhart ][ Shelly Hack ][ Anne Lockhart ]
Episode #10.16 (1985)
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Episode #10.13 (1985)
[ Julia Louise Dreyfus ][ Pamela Stephenson ]
Episode #8.17 (1983)
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Episode #8.11 (1983)
  • Met her husband, Brad Hall, while both were attending Northwestern University (Evanston, Illinois). She graduated in 1982.
  • Two sons Henry (b. 1992) and Charles (b. 1997)
  • Chosen by People Magazine as one of the 50 most beautiful people in the world. [1998]
  • Both she and her husband, Brad Hall, appeared as part of NBC's "Saturday Night Live" (1975) cast in early 1980s. Only husband/wife team to do so.
  • Daughter of Gerard Louis-Dreyfus, a French billionaire.
  • Her new TV series, '22 Minutes with Eleanor Riggs', was created for her by husband Brad Hall. They originally wanted it to air commercial free, but that idea was rejected by NBC.
  • Wears a size 8 1/2 shoe
  • In college, she was a member of the Delta Gamma sorority.
  • Performed improv with Chicago's Second City and the Practical Theatre Company, started by her husband, Brad Hall.
  • Both her parents remarried after their divorce (when Julia was one year-old), and she has two half-sisters from her mother's second marriage and two half-sisters from her father's second marriage. She considers both her step-parents to be as important in her life as her biological parents.
  • Her grandfather, Pierre Louis-Dreyfus, was a member of the French Reisistance during WWII, and flew 88 missions for Charles de Gaulle's Free French Air Force.
  • Fought NBC censors to allow a scene where a man runs around his house completely naked in front of Ellie (Julia's character on "Watching Ellie" (2002)). She won.
  • Her character on "Seinfeld" (1990), Elaine Benes, did not appear in the original pilot. She has never watched that episode--out of superstition.
  • Half-sister, Lauren Bowles, acts with her in "Watching Ellie" (2002).
  • Is included in Richard Roeper's list of actresses who've never done nude scenes in his latest book, "Ten Sure Signs a Movie Character is Doomed, and Other Surprising Movie Lists". When asked about this by Conan O'Brien, Dreyfus stated that she'd never been asked to do one.
  • It was announced that her TV series, "Watching Ellie" (2002) has been canceled by NBC. Lasting one year, it more than doubled the staying power of fellow "Seinfeld" (1990) alumni Jason Alexander and Michael Richards' TV series, but failed to draw a wide enough audience to warrant renewal. [June 2003]
  • Was originally slated to play Alison Stern in Private Parts (1997), Howard Stern's biopic. She dropped out to spend more time with her children.
  • Has never done a nude scene during her 20+ years in show business (which includes films, television shows, and plays).
  • Her second home in Montecito, Calif. is solar-powered, radiant-heated and built from recycled materials.
  • Is the first, and thus far only, one of the four primary cast members of "Seinfeld" (1990) to have received a Razzie Award nomination. She was nominated for Worst Supporting Actress in 1998 for her performance in the film Fathers' Day (1997). However, she ultimately lost the award to Alicia Silverstone in Batman & Robin (1997).
  • The only female former cast member of Saturday Night Live to return as host
  • Chosen by Forbes magazine in 2006 as one of the 10 Hottest Billionaire Heiresses.

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