After the sitcom "Seinfeld" came into her life in 1990, Louis-Dreyfus would forever be associated with her character, Elaine Benes, the lone female in a tight-knit group of actors that included Jerry Seinfeld, Jason Alexander and Michael Richards. In 1996, the actress won an Emmy Award for the role.
Following "Seinfeld," Louis-Dreyfus returned to television in 2006 with "The New Adventures of Old Christine," which gave her a chance to headline a show and netted her an Emmy win that year. Her other notable film credits include Deconstructing Harry (1997) and A Bug's Life (1998).
This spinoff of the beloved Cars films follows Dusty the crop duster, who dreams of flying in a race around the world. But in order to qualify for the competition, he'll have to overcome his fear of heights.