Ready for a Veep peep show, looky loos? The Showtime comedy's lead star, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, is nude on the cover of Rolling Stone's April 24 issue.
The striking portrait shows the 53-year-old disrobed with her back to the camera. Some versions of the image even show her butt crack — others have it pixelated out. Either way, Julia is clearly not afraid to show a lot of skin.
That back, by the way, is embellished with what looks like a tattoo of the full U.S. Constitution. We know she's devoted to her two-time Emmy-winning role as Vice President Selina Meyer, but the we're positive the ink is just temporary!
Rolling Stone's profile of Julia — which dubs her "The First Lady of Comedy" — charts her ascent from Saturday Night Live to Seinfeld to The New Adventures of Old Christine to Veep.
And part of that success, Julia says, is a result of her steamrolling through Hollywood's unfairness: "There is sexism — I'm not denying its existence. But I'm saying that I will deny its effort against me. I just pay it no nevermind and say, 'Get out of my way.'"
Her winning personality didn't hurt either. Seinfeld creator (and Curb Your Enthusiasm star) Larry David first noticed it when he wrote for Saturday Night Live during her tenure. "[She was] bright, charming — striking, actually — and she had a great disposition, which, considering the bunker mentality that was SNL at the time, wasn't easy."
More power to you, JLD!
Source: Rolling Stone