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Julia Louis-Dreyfus is enjoying life after beating cancer.
The comedy icon, 58, was recently featured in a cover story for Vanity Fair, a number of months after the season finale of her HBO show, “Veep,” which earned the film six successive Emmy wins.
In 2017, when Louis-Dreyfus was announced she has been diagnosed with stage II breast cancer and later underwent six rounds of chemotherapy and a double mastectomy, before a reveal, a year later, she was in remission. In the Vanity Fair interview, the former “Seinfeld” star is grateful for her current health condition.
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“I’d hate to have to think about it,” she told the magazine. “You know, I’m very happy to be alive.”
Louis-Dreyfus will continue to work on the final season of “Veep” is only a few months after finishing her final round of chemotherapy, for example, who says that the actress took a huge burden from her shoulders.
“To have blinders on and just focus on making the best f – – – – – – tone was a great relief,” she confessed.
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The star also opened up about her hesitiation by the disclosure of her diagnosis to social media and expressed gratitude for the outpouring of support she received in her fight.
“In a lot of ways, it was a lot of fun to make, with the support of the outside world,” she admitted. “That being said, I am not of the opinion that it would have taken on a life of its own, which it did. It is a very personal thing, that I didn’t think it would have something like this out there, if I had to do it.”
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When asked about how she felt while undergoing various treatments for cancer, Louis-Dreyfus called on to be concerned about her future and the impossibility of its diagnosis.
“It was at this point that you will need if you are thinking,” Is this for me?” “she said. “Because, you know, everybody in this room is going to have to come to that point in their life, but you are thinking that you want to do.”
“I’m still working on it, to be honest with you,” she continued. “I am really happy that I got through it, but it’s a part of me that’s still a little bit scared, you know?”
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Louis-Dreyfus’ newest project is the upcoming comedy-drama film, “Men,” in which she is an image of a woman going through a marital crisis. According to the actress, she’s hoping to have more out-of-the-box roles in the coming years.
“I want to expand my creative world, here,” Louis-Dreyfus admitted. “I would like to know what to do so that it may be that people do not think that I am going to do it.”