She first became famous for being the only woman on Seinfeld, the classic sitcom about nothing. And now, Julia Louis-Dreyfus is wearing nothing on the latest cover of Rolling Stone. The Veep actress, 53, is stark naked for the magazine in a Mark Seliger-shot rear-view image, in which the Emmy winner cups her breasts and looks over her left shoulder coyly. On her back is a temporary tattoo Angelina Jolie would envy and a nod to political comedy Veep: The Constitution of the United States, complete with John Hancock’s signature right above her derriere.
Of the unexpected cover (which rightfully crowns her “The First Lady of Comedy”), the Enough Said star explained: “In my defense, ‘I was in a drunken stupor.'"
The beloved actress tells the magazine that she's survived in Hollywood since the '80s by acknowledging sexism -- but not letting it bug her. "There is sexism – I'm not denying its existence," she quips. "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.'"
One prevalent mistruth about the actress? That she's a billionaire. She clarifies that it's her father's firm, the Louis Dreyfus corporation, that has a net worth in the billions, not the HBO star herself. "I've been attached to that," she said. "It's unbelievable, because whatever I do, people just assume it's true. Welcome to the f---in' Internet."