Julia Louis-Dreyfus described son Charlie Hall’s performance as Andrew in “The Sex Lives of College Girls” as “dynamite” — despite having to watch some of his steamy sex scenes.
“It’s a very racy show,” the 62-year-old actress told Jimmy Kimmel, when asked whether she watched the HBO series.
“I did watch the show and I think it was, you know, really great,” she added with a laugh. He was adorable. He was f—king some girl in the library and I thought it was dynamite.”
The late-night talk show host then joked, “It makes you feel good about teaching him how to read, right?” to which the “Seinfeld” star quipped back, “Totally.”
Hall, 25, joined Season 2 of the hit series in August 2022 alongside co-stars Alyah Chanelle Scott, Pauline Chalamet, Renee Rapp and Amrit Kaur.
Hall played a cocky biology student named Andrew who eventually became Scott’s love interest and, as Louis-Dreyfus recalled, things got hot and heavy between the twosome.
Before starring on the show, Charlie played basketball at Northwestern University, where he graduated in 2019.
Despite attending such a prestigious school, the young actor says he didn’t take “inspiration” from any of his former classmates when crafting his character’s uptight personality.
“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,” Hall told E! News last month.
“Being at a school where people obviously take academics really seriously, it was easy to pull from that,” he continued, noting that he “never met anyone who was an outright d–k” but there were definitely people who came “close. ”
Louis-Dreyfus and husband Brad Hall are also the parents of son Henry, 30, who has pursued a career in the music industry.