Louis-Dreyfus said she knew as a young child that she had a gift for comedy.
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Jerry Seinfeld, Stephen Colbert and 2010 Mark Twain recipient Tina Fey are among those offering testimonials to her talent. Louis-Dreyfus' comic acceptance remarks included a few shots at new Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh.Earlier, Fey had paid tribute to Louis-Dreyfus by tracking the similarities between their lives.Fey praised the "secret precision" of Louis-Dreyfus' comedy and her willingness to make her Seinfeld character so flawed.The 57-year-old Louis-Dreyfus emerged from Chicago's famed Second City comedy troupe before joining the cast of "Saturday Night Live". Her best-known role is her nine-year run as Elaine Benes on "Seinfeld".
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