Julia Louis-Dreyfus shows her natural gray hair during a rare public outing amid cancer battle

Apr 14, 2018
05:47 A.M.
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The comedienne was seen in one of her rare public outings.


Daily Mail reported that Julie Louis-Dreyfus was seen in Beverly Hills while shopping at Saks Fifth Avenue on April 11, 2018.

Louis-Dreyfus was diagnosed with cancer last September and has been battling breast cancer ever since.

The Veep star looked healthy and happy during her outing recently and it seemed like she was getting back to her roots as she appeared in her natural grey hair color.

The 57-year-old seems to have skipped her regular hair coloring sessions and had tied her silver locks into a bun with a scrunchie.

She rolled up her sleeves while wearing a white cardigan over a blue patterned blouse. Sporting comfortable jeans, Louis-Dreyfus was walking through the parking lot with a ticket in hand and simple blue shoes on foot.


11-time Golden Globe Winner carried a black tote constructed from leather with lace-like cut-outs while accessorizing with a few necklaces and a smartwatch.


In February, the star gave her fans a health update after undergoing a surgery. She took to Instagram to share a photo of herself.

‘Hoorah! Great doctors, great results, feeling happy and ready to rock after surgery. Here’s my first post-op photo.’

Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Instagram, February 15, 2018.

The Seinfeld alum may soon be back on set filming her award-winning role on Veep. Her co-star, Tony Hale, spoke to Entertainment Tonight in March saying he had been speaking with Louis-Dreyfus and that they will be ready to shoot in the summer.

The producers had delayed the filming of the seventh and final season of the HBO series while she was undergoing treatment. Entertainment Weekly reported that the filming is expected to begin in August this year for a 2019 release.

Louis-Dreyfus had tweeted on September 28, 2017, to reveal her shocking diagnosis, a day after a record-setting Emmy win. She had said that he was one among eight women who get breast cancer.