Julia Louis-Dreyfus played both Vice President and President in HBO’s hit political comedy series Veep for seven seasons.
So it makes perfect sense that the leading lady and longtime Democratic Party supporter would be the one to announce a virtual Veep reunion as a fundraiser to help presidential ticket Joe Biden-Kamala Harris win the crucial state. of Wisconsin in the November 3 election.
“I am so happy to announce that we are hosting an #VeepReunion on October 4 to benefit the Wisconsin Democratic Party,” the 11-time Emmy Award winner said on Instagram and Twitter on Saturday.
The gang is back! Julia Louis-Dreyfus announced a virtual Veep meeting as a fundraiser to help presidential ticket Joe Biden-Kamala Harris win the crucial state of Wisconsin in the November 3 election
The acclaimed actress and producer also revealed some of the cast and crew involved in the one-off special which includes co-stars Anna Chlumsky, Reid Scott, Sam Richardson, Tony Hale, Clea DuVall, Matt Walsh and executive producer and showrunner David Mandel.
“All roads to the White House are through the great state of Wisconsin,” the legendary Seinfeld star began with an upbeat and enthusiastic tone in her voice in the video.
She then exposed the importance of states such as Wisconsin, saying: “Trump cannot be re-elected if he does not win Wisconsin”.
Democratic supporter: “All roads leading to the White House go through the great state of Wisconsin”, the star of Seinfeld in a video she posted on Instagram and Twitter
The Unique Special Will includes co-stars Anna Chlumsky, Reid Scott, Sam Richardson, Tony Hale, Clea DuVall, Matt Walsh and executive producer and showrunner David Mandel; Walsh, Timothy Simons, Chlumsky and Scott are pictured in an episode of Veep
“The Wisconsin Democratic Party has therefore built an unprecedented electoral mobilization operation and it needs resources in recent days to deliver Wisconsin to Vice President Joe Biden and Senator Harris,” she explained before add: ‘The future of democracy is at stake, people.’
The 59-year-old star also promised that there would be special guests during the special and asked people to “donate any amount possible for you.”
With a big smile beaming on her face, the New York native ended the video with a rallying call to “Come join us and be a part of the Wisconsin victory, the destruction of Trump and the election of Joe Biden. “.
Bonafide hit: Veep won 17 Primetime Emmy Awards in her run from 2012 to 2019, which included six consecutive Best Leading Actress in a Comedy Series awards for Louis-Dreyfus; Tony Hale is pictured with the actress, who played Vice President and President Selina Meyer
In August, Louis-Dreyfus hosted the final night of the 2020 Democratic National Convention, where former Vice President Biden accepted the party’s nomination for president.
Created by Armando Iannucci, Veep won 17 Primetime Emmy Awards during its run from 2012 to 2019, including six consecutive awards for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series for Louis-Dreyfus.
The virtual meeting will be broadcast live on Sunday, October 4 at 6 p.m. CT / 7 p.m. ET.
Vital: the actress said: “Trump cannot be re-elected if he does not win Wisconsin”
Upcoming: The virtual reunion will be broadcast live on Sunday, October 4 at 6 p.m. CT / 7 p.m. ET