Julia Louis-Dreyfus is getting her due – and a do-over. The Emmy-winning "New Adventures of Old Christine" actress got a star Tuesday on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. But it read "Luis" instead of "Louis," and there was no hyphen between Louis and Dreyfus.
Louis-Dreyfus, the first "Seinfeld" cast member to make the Walk, was philosophical about the flub, The Spokesman Review informs.
"The misspelling was so perfectly apt, a great metaphor for show business," Louis-Dreyfus said after the Tuesday-morning ceremony. "Right when you think you've made it, you get knocked down," she continues. "It's an ideal metaphor for how this business works."
Louis-Dreyfus, 49, is the first "Seinfeld" principal to get the Walk of Fame honor, as well as the first to enjoy a successful follow-up series, "Christine," for which she won an Emmy in 2006, The Associated Press reports.
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