Julia Louis-Dreyfus was born on January 13, 1961, in the New York City borough of Manhattan. Her parents divorced when she was still young, and she spent her childhood in Washington, D.C., and New York. She met her husband, Brad Hall, while in college.She made her feature movie debut in the Woody Allen film Hannah and Her Sisters (1986). She currently lives in Los Angeles with her husband and their two children.
Brad Hall (25 June 1987 - present) 2 children
Frequently plays feisty characters
Met her husband, Brad Hall, while both were attending Northwestern University (Evanston, Illinois). She graduated in 1982.
Chosen by People Magazine as one of the 50 most beautiful people in the world. 
Both she and her husband, Brad Hall, appeared as part of NBC's "Saturday Night Live" (1975) cast in early 1980s. They are the only husband/wife team to do so.
Daughter of Gerard Louis-Dreyfus, a French billionaire.
Her TV series, "Watching Ellie" (2002), was created for her by husband Brad Hall. They originally wanted it to air commercial free, but that idea was rejected by NBC.
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, 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 Resistance 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 Partes privadas (1997), Howard Stern's biopic. She dropped out to spend more time with her children.
Her second home in Montecito, CA, 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 Un lío padre (1997). However, she ultimately lost the award to Alicia Silverstone in Batman y Robin (1997).
Chosen by Forbes magazine in 2006 as one of the 10 Hottest Billionaire Heiresses.
She and her future husband, Brad Hall (a year before they were married in 1987) made their feature film debut together as a couple in the fantasy horror movie Torok el troll (1986).
Received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on May 4, 2010.
First female guest to appear on "The Tonight Show with Conan O'Brien" (2009) after it relocated to Los Angeles (June 3, 2009 / episode 3).
During a visit to "Ellen", Bradley Whitford revealed that his (then) wife, Jane Kaczmarek received a big bouquet of flowers from Julia-Louis Dreyfus the day after the Emmy Awards. Both Jane and Julia were nominated in the category Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series and Jane had been highly tipped to win for 'Malcolm In The Middle' but the Emmy was given to Julia-Louis Dreyfus for 'The New Adventures Of Old Christine'. With the bouquet was a card with the words 'You Got Screwed'.
Gave birth to her 1st child at age 31, a son Henry Hall on July 1, 1992. Child's father is her husband, Brad Hall.
Gave birth to her 2nd child at age 36, a son Charles Hall on May 30, 1997. Child's father is her husband, Brad Hall.
Nominated in the Outstanding Actress in a Comedy Series, "Veep", at The Women's Image Network (WIN) Awards 2012.