Julia Louis-Dreyfus Makes SAG Awards History

Julia Louis-Dreyfus made history Sunday night, winning the SAG Award for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Comedy Series — and becoming the first TV actress to win five individual trophies.

The Veep star was not present to accept her award. The actress announced she was diagnosed with breast cancer in September, a few days after she won her sixth consecutive Emmy for her portrayal of Selina Meyer in Veep. HBO subsequently halted production on the comedy series while Louis-Dreyfus received treatment; the show will resume filming in August, and the new episodes will air in 2019.

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