Julia Louis-Dreyfus Has Hilarious Response to Son Charlie Hall’s “Racy” TV Scenes
Don't expect Julia Louis-Dreyfus to curb her enthusiasm for her son's latest role.
During a recent appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live, the Veep star didn't filter her thoughts when discussing what it was like watching her son Charlie Hall on Sex Lives of College Girls.
"It's a very racy show," the 62-year-old actress admitted after Jimmy Kimmel questioned whether she has seen the HBO Max series. "I did watch the show and I think he was, you know, really great."
She added, "He was adorable. He was f--king some girl in the library and I thought it was dynamite."
After the talk show host poked fun at the situation, saying, "It makes you feel good about teaching him how to read, right?" Julia replied with a laugh, "Totally."
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The Seinfeld star's 25-year-old son recently joined the cast for the show's second season, which stars Alyah Chanelle Scott, Pauline Chalamet, Reneé Rapp and Amrit Kaur.
Speaking about his preparation for playing uptight biology student Andrew on the show, Charlie previously shared with E! News how his own college experienced influenced his take on the role.
"I don't think I took inspiration from anyone in particular, but I will say that I did have to definitely draw from the college experience," Charlie told E! News in December. "Andrew's approach to school and Charlie's approach to school are quite different, and so being at a school where people obviously take academics really seriously, it was easy to pull from that."
As for the possibility of Charlie returning for another season of Mindy Kaling's hit show? Count him in.
"I'm definitely hoping I can [return]," he shared. "I'll literally be a background actor if they ask me to. I'll do absolutely anything, 'cause I think the show is so wonderful and I think Mindy's such a genius and all those girls are so awesome. I'll literally walk across the quad if I have to, just in the background. I'll do that!"