Julia Louis-Dreyfus Teams Up With 'Seinfeld' Co-Star for Charity Livestream

The 'Veep' actress reunites with her former 'Seinfeld' co-star Jason Alexander to raise money for coronavirus relief efforts amid the ongoing health crisis.

AceShowbiz - Julia Louis-Dreyfus reunited with pal and "Seinfeld" co-star Jason Alexander for a livestream fundraiser on Saturday, May 2, 2020.

During her appearance on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" on Friday, the "Veep" star teased she would be virtually reuniting with Jason, who played George Costanza, on Instagram Live to raise funds for those affected by the coronavirus crisis.

"I can't stand it, I'm so happy to see you!" the actress told her former co-star on Saturday evening.

"Jason suggested that we both watch 'The Chinese Restaurant' from season 2," she said. "And we watched 'The Contest' from season 4."

"It was really like doing an unrehearsed play. You had a couple of moments that made me laugh out loud," he told Julia about "The Chinese Restaurant" episode, which Jason said was one of his most memorable to shoot.

"Seinfeld" ran for nine seasons from 1989 to 1998.

The two raised money for Direct Relief, which aims to help people whose lives are threatened by disaster, disease, or poverty.

Julia has been having remote talks with former co-stars each week on Instagram to help raise money for the organisation.

Fans can tune into her chats via her Instagram page here.

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