Julia Louis-Dreyfus has expressed thanks to the many fans who have supported her recent announcement of being diagnosed with breast cancer. Louis-Dreyfus first broke the news on Twitter:
“One in 8 women get breast cancer. Today, I’m the one,” Louis-Dreyfus wrote. “The good news is that I have the most glorious group of supportive and caring family and friends, and fantastic insurance through my union. The bad news is that not all women are so lucky, so let’s fight all cancers and make universal health care a reality.”
The talented comedic actor showed great poise, bravery and caring for others when she shared her announcement with fans. Not only did she let us know her news, but she also reminded us about the importance of “fighting all cancers and making universal health care” so this would help so many.
Julia Louis-Dreyfus has received thousands of caring messages from fans and professionals in the entertainment community. Joe Biden, former Vice President of the U.S.A. sent Louis-Dreyfus a Tweet that said: “We Veeps stick together.” To which Louis-Dreyfus responded, “We sure do!”
The Tweet also referenced a fun comedic skit the 2 had done, where Louis-Dreyfus acted as her character from “Veep” with the Vice President for a charity dinner in Washington, D.C. to the delight of the crowd.
Louis-Dreyfus also received caring messages from Jason Alexander, her former Seinfeld co-star, comedic actor, and cancer survivor Christina Applegate and also comedienne Sarah Silverman.
Julia Louis-Dreyfus received an outpouring of love and support from people she has worked with and those who have enjoyed seeing her comedic acting on TV. The “Veep” TV show has also announced that if they need to adjust the taping of some of the upcoming season based on Louis-Dreyfus’ medical needs, that they certainly will do so.
The funny actor recently won an Emmy for her role as Vice President of the U.S.A. on the TV show “Veep.” She received her breast cancer diagnosis only a few days following the award ceremony.
Her son Henry Hall, posted a photo of him and his Mom from Hall’s childhood days. Hall, now 25, posted in his message, “I couldn’t be more thankful for the outpouring of support for my mom yesterday,” he wrote, “Love to you all.”