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Julia Louis-Dreyfus supports her son's career, even when it means watching uncomfortable scenes.
The Veep alum, 62, visited Jimmy Kimmel Live on Tuesday, where she told the talk show host what it's like watching son Charlie Hall — who is currently on HBO Max's hit series, Sex Lives of College Girls — in sex scenes on the show.
"That's a racy show," Kimmel commented.
"It's a very racy show," the actress, 62, agreed, revealing she had seen him in the series.
"I did watch the show and I think he was, you know, really great," she shared. "He was adorable. He was f------ some girl in the library and I thought it was dynamite."
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The Seinfeld alum shares Charlie, 25, and son Henry, 30, with her husband of over 30 years, Brad Hall.
Earlier in 2020, Hall dipped his toes into the acting pond with a four-part comedic web series, Sorry, Charlie, which he also wrote and directed alongside his friend and former Northwestern University classmate, Jack Price. He later made his film debut in the Amy Poehler-directed movie, Moxie in 2021.
The Bidens welcomed French President Emmanuel Macron and his wife, Brigitte Macron, for the first State dinner of the administration. The actress and her younger son were two of 400 VIPs who attended the event.
For their evening out, the actress looked chic in a floor-length, black velour gown which she paired with gold accessories and a matching clutch. Charlie kept it classic in a black tuxedo and bowtie.
In sweet photos from the night, Louis-Dreyfus and her son smiled and held hands as they entered the event.