In the video, her boys rocked out to Michael Jackson's "Beat It" and shared a sweet message to their mother in the beginning and end. "Pretty swell, right? Ain't they sweet (sic)?"
In September, Louis-Dreyfus announced she had been diagnosed with breast cancer a day after winning her sixth consecutive Emmy for her role as Selina Meyer on "Veep". "The good news is that I have the most glorious group of supportive and caring family and friends, and fantastic insurance through the union".
Since carving out an iconic role as Elaine in Seinfeld, Julia Louis-Dreyfus has confirmed her position as U.S. television royalty with her work on hit political satire series Veep. "Today, I'm the one", she said at the time.
On social media, Louis-Dreyfus has been keeping fans up to date on her health, posting periodic updates.
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"We're obviously postponing production of the show - we were supposed to have started now - while she's in treatment".
Even then, Louis-Dreyfus kept her signature sense of humor, captioning a pic of various fluid bags, "Getting ready for the holidays with my awesome Xmas cocktail".
"She also made a tongue-in-cheek post that appeared to be from the set of her show: "@veephbo in solidarity to bust cancer's ass".
Born in New York City in 1961, Louis-Dreyfus studied drama at Northwestern University before moving to Chicago to perform with the renowned Second City comedy troupe. Just, you know, in case anyone cares to watch it again.