10:02 AM EDT 03/19/2015
Originally posted 03/06/2015 03:50PM
[YOUTUBE "u9qBDFmbkZg"] President Selina Meyer (Julia Louis-Dreyfus) has officially taken up residence in the Oval Office, and her reign is going about as well as you might expect.
However, she's still got her team looking out for her – "What you say goes," Mike (Matt Walsh) assures her. "Literally. You're like a real-life Mariah Carey."
Originally posted 08/24/2014 05:45PM
This is Anna Chlumsky's second straight year being nominated for outstanding supporting actress in a comedy series as Amy Brookheimer, Selina Meyer's chief of staff on HBO's Veep. That's potentially a thankless White House job, and potentially a thankless role for an actress: Amy is one of the few sane characters on the show.
Originally posted 05/02/2014 09:30PM
Hollywood is heading to Washington for the 100th annual White House Correspondents' Association dinner, and PEOPLE is bringing you the inside scoop.
Originally posted 01/24/2014 05:30PM
"People have asked this, and I've gone, 'Oh, I don't know!' Of course I know," the Veep star jokes
Originally posted 01/09/2014 01:45PM
"I thought I was going to be a lot more freaked out than I am," the Veep star tells PEOPLE
Originally posted 07/18/2013 11:05AM
The Emmy nominee for Veep and husband Shaun So are new parents to Penelope Joan, born July 11
Originally posted 03/28/2013 05:30PM
"We'll be dressing her up, let's put it that way," the Veep star coyly shares of her baby on the way
Originally posted 03/27/2013 05:00PM
The Veep star is expecting her first child this summer, she tells PEOPLE exclusively
Originally posted 07/27/2009 02:20PM
She broke your heart and won rave reviews as the earnest kid in the coming-of-age drama My Girl. And then, a few years later, Anna Chlumsky had her own heart broken – by Hollywood.
"Show business got really tainted for me," the actress, now 28, says. Growing up with her mother as her acting coach and manager didn't always help, and scoring Hollywood fame at the age of 10 was in some ways more of a burden than a joy.
"Kids are brought into show business because they are cute and see truth and they're very bright," she says. "But there's a sense of doing it because you want the adults to be approving of you. You want to make them happy."
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