They have two sons together, Henry, born in , and Charles, born in Louis-Dreyfus was subsequently made into a cast member on Saturday Night Live from to , becoming the youngest female cast member in the history of the program at that time. In , she made several special guest appearances on Seinfeld co-creator Larry David 's show Curb Your Enthusiasm , playing herself fictionally trying to break the "curse" by planning to star in a show in which she would play an actress affected by a Seinfeld-like curse. In May , Louis-Dreyfus hosted an episode of Saturday Night Live, becoming the first former female cast member to return to the show in the hosting role. The series debuted on CBS in March to an audience of 15 million and was initially a ratings winner for the network. During the episode's cold open, she reprised her role of Elaine Benes from Seinfeld. Her performance has additionally garnered her five Satellite Award nominations and five consecutive Golden Globe Award nominations. The series finale aired on May 14 and was one of the most watched TV events in history, with over 76 million people tuning in. This was the first time the couple had collaborated since their earlys NBC comedy Watching Ellie. The good news is that I have the most glorious group of supportive and caring family and friends, and fantastic insurance through my union. Referring to the curse , she stated in her acceptance speech, "I'm not somebody who really believes in curses, but curse this, baby! The reunion shows received much media attention, and the episode received strong ratings for the HBO series. The initial premise of the show was to present viewers with a "slice of life" from the goings-on and happenings of the life of Ellie Riggs, a Southern California jazz singer. It was announced, in addition to her starring role, Louis-Dreyfus would also serve as a producer of the series. There, she was a member of the Delta Gamma sorority and studied theatre before dropping out to take a professional acting job.