“I feel good. I feel strong. I’ve got energy and, yeah, back to my old tricks. It feels like I never left,” she tells The Associated Press.
Now that Louis-Dreyfus is back on set and feeling strong, she has begun to dedicate some of her time to a charitable cause -- which she calls a "super-fun endeavor" -- designing a shirt for Saks stores that will benefit the AiRS Foundation, a nonprofit that helps women with the cost of breast reconstruction after a mastectomy.
"It’s hard to say no but I’ve just had to be very careful about managing my time and conserving my energy, so you know I’m putting my whole self into Key to the Cure," she revealed. "You can’t spread yourself too thin. That’s why I wanted to choose the organization wisely and carefully.”
A week later, Louis-Dreyfus posted two behind-the-scenes videos of her time on the set of the HBO series, which is set to debut its seventh and final season in the spring of 2019. One video showed the actress thanking the cast and crew for their involvement, while the other showed a light-hearted Louis-Dreyfus shaving off co-star Tony Hale's mustache.