Julia Louis-Dreyfus described son Charlie Hall’s efficiency as Andrew in “The Sex Lives of College Girls” as “dynamite” — regardless of having to observe a few of his steamy intercourse scenes.
“It’s a really racy present,” the 62-year-old actress instructed Jimmy Kimmel, when requested whether or not or not she watched the HBO sequence.
“I did watch the present and I believe he was, you recognize, actually nice,” she added with fun. “He was lovable. He was f—king some lady within the library and I assumed it was dynamite.”
The late-night speak present host then joked, “It makes you be ok with instructing him learn, proper?” to which the “Seinfeld” star quipped again, “Totally.”
Hall, 25, joined Season 2 of the hit sequence in August 2022 alongside co-stars Alyah Chanelle Scott, Pauline Chalamet, Reneé Rapp and Amrit Kaur.
Hall performed a cocky biology scholar named Andrew who finally grew to become Scott’s love curiosity and, as Louis-Dreyfus recalled, issues obtained sizzling and heavy between the twosome.
Before starring on the present, Charlie performed basketball at Northwestern University, the place he graduated from in 2019.
Despite attending such a prestigious faculty, the younger actor says he didn’t take “inspiration” from any of his former classmates when crafting his character’s uptight persona.
“I don’t suppose I took inspiration from anybody particularly, however I’ll say that I did must positively draw from the faculty expertise,” Hall instructed E! News final month.
“Being at a college the place folks clearly take lecturers actually significantly, it was straightforward to tug from that,” he continued, noting that he “by no means met anybody who was an outright d–okay” however there have been positively folks that got here “shut.”
Louis-Dreyfus and husband Brad Hall are additionally the dad and mom of son Henry, 30, who has pursued a profession within the music trade.