Julia Louis-Dreyfus adorably cheers on collegiate basketball player son during game


Julia Louis-Dreyfus is the ultimate basketball fan!

The "Veep" star, along with her husband Brad Hall, cheered on their youngest son, Charlie Hall, at his collegiate basketball game in Washington D.C. The 19-year-old is currently a sophomore at Northwestern University, where both of his parents also attended college.

Charlie entered the game with a little over a minute left to go in the game and helped his team to a blowout 83-61 victory over Rutgers in the second round of the Big Ten tournament.

Naturally, JLD, clad in her alma matter's color, looked proud as ever as she watched her youngest son out on the court. The actress was hootin' and hollerin' for Charlie, who definitely inherited his parents' good looks, as the clock wound down to zero.

Meet Charlie Hall, basketball-playing son of Julia Louis-Dreyfus
Meet Charlie Hall, basketball-playing son of Julia Louis-Dreyfus


After the game, she couldn't stop gushing about her 6'5" son, sharing a "fascinating bts interview" on Twitter. Charlie showed off his interviewing skills in a post-game interview with teammate, Nathan Taphorn.

Julia and her husband can often be found in the stands during the season, revealing to the Chicago Tribune back in January that they're his "biggest fans."

She continued: "We do not miss a game -- either physically or on TV -- and we have BTN2GO on our phones," she added. "It's just a matter of our production schedule. If we can be there, we are."

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