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WATCH: Julia Louis-Dreyfus Acceptance Speech at 2016 Emmys

On Sunday, Julia Louis-Dreyfus won the Emmy for ‘Outstanding Actress in a Comedy Series’ for her role in Veep. She dedicated her win to her father, who passed away this past Friday.

William Louis-Dreyfus died at 84-years-old. A billionaire businessman and art collector, William Louis-Dreyfus spent decades donating his art collection to The Harlem Children’s Zone, which provides support to underprivileged children. His art collection is estimated to be worth between $10 and $50 million, according to Lohud.

Julia Louis-Dreyfus received her award on Sunday at the Microsoft Theater in LA. The accolade was presented by Keegan-Michael Key. This marks her 22nd nomination and 8th win.

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  1. watch–On Sunday, Julia Louis-Dreyfus won the Emmy for ‘Outstanding Actress in a Comedy Series’ for her role in Veep. She dedicated her win to her father, who passed away this past Friday.

    • William Louis-Dreyfus died at 84-years-old. A billionaire businessman and art collector, William Louis-Dreyfus spent decades donating his art collection to The Harlem Children’s Zone, which provides support to underprivileged children. His art collection is estimated to be worth between $10 and $50 million,