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Charlie Hall is becoming a familiar face thanks to his role on "The Sex Lives of College Girls" season two. The 25-year-old actor plays Andrew, Whitney's (Alyah Chanelle Scott) lab partner and new love interest, who has viewers all riled up. Prior to the HBO Max dramedy, Hall snagged his fair share of TV roles in shows like "Bel Air," "Love Victor," and "Single Drunk Female." But there's another reason you may recognise him — his famous parents: "Seinfeld" star Julia Louis-Dreyfus and her husband, "Saturday Night Live" alum Brad Hall.
Charlie — who accompanied Louis-Dreyfus to the White House State Dinner on Dec. 1 — seems to be following in his mother's footsteps as an actor. In fact, he once asked her for some insightful industry advice. "Get out of the business," Louis-Dreyfus jokingly recalled to Entertainment Tonight in September. Despite her hilarious words of wisdom, Louis-Dreyfus is actually super proud of her son and his budding career. She even bragged about him after his "The Sex Lives of College Girls" casting news was announced. "That's my boy," she captioned an Aug. 15 Instagram post.