"Julia Louis-Dreyfus is wearing absolutely nothing but the immortal words of Thomas Jefferson on our new cover," boasts Rolling Stone, dubbing the 53-year-old "The First Lady of Comedy." With the new season of her whip-smart HBO political comedy "Veep" underway, we couldn't agree more.
In the issue, Louis-Dreyfus talks about her career evolution, from "Saturday Night Live" through "Seinfeld" and "The Old Adventures of New Christine" to "Veep." She also talks about real live veeps Al Gore ("who did win, by the way") and Joe Biden.
The actress also addresses a common misconception about her -- that she is a billionaire by family fortune, thanks to her father's wealth.
"I've been attached to that," she tells Rolling Stone, clarifying that it's her father's business that's valued in billions. "It's unbelievable, because whatever I do, people just assume it's true. Welcome to the fuckin' Internet."
For much more with Julia, head over to RollingStone.com or pick up an issue, on newsstands Friday, April 11.