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Record Emmy award for Julia Louis-Dreyfus

The Veep star is outstanding comedy actress for a sixth year in succession

    Julia Louis-Dreyfus has celebrated a record sixth consecutive Emmy for her role in the White House satire, Veep.

    The actress, who first sprang to fame in the long-running TV series Seinfeld, was named yet again last night as outstanding lead actress in a comedy.

    “I don’t know what to say other than I’m numb,” Entertainment Weekly reported her as saying.

    The final, seventh series of the show, in which she first appeared as vice-president before becoming president, is due to air next year.

    It was inspired by the British political comedy, The Thick of It.

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