JULIA Louis-Dreyfus is known for her roles as Elaine Benes in Seinfeld and Selina Meyer in HBO’s Veep.
GettyJulia Louis-Dreyfus and her son Charlie Hall pictured together during VEEP’s third season premiere[/caption]
Who is Julia Louis-Dreyfus’ son Charlie Hall?
Julia and Brad raised Charlie in Santa Monica, where he attended high school at Crossroads School for Arts & Sciences.
Similar to both his mother and father, Charlie studied at Northwestern University.
While enrolled at his parents’ alma mater, he majored in radio, TV, and film studies, and also played basketball for the Wildcats.
It was during his collegiate years that his Hollywood ambitions grew stronger.
“I was never against going into the industry but up until college, my life was very basketball-oriented,” he told W magazine.
“Not that I wanted to do that professionally but I loved it enough to where I wasn’t really thinking about anything else.
“Both my parents are obviously in the industry and both are super funny, I was always surrounded by comedy.
“I knew I wanted to do something in the realm of funny but I didn’t know exactly what until very late.”
In addition to his own scripted YouTube series Sorry Charlie, his filmography includes:
Who is Julia’s son Henry Hall?
Julia and Brad’s eldest son Henry was born on July 1, 1992.
Acting runs in the family, Henry also decided to follow a similar career path to his mother and father.
He is also a musician; he released his first album Neato in October 2020.
GettyFrom left to right: Brad Hall, Charlie Hall, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, and Henry Hall[/caption]
Regarding his family full of entertainers, Henry shared with Rolling Stone: “My mom was very supportive of my music and still is and comes to all the shows.
“It’s great to have creative people in the family and bounce things off of. I really respect her opinion on all things creative.”
What is Julia’s net worth?
According to Celebrity Net Worth, Julia’s riches are an estimated $250million.
Throughout her career, she has repeatedly made Hollywood’s annual list of top-earning TV stars.
While starring in Veep, she earned $500,000 per episode.
During Seinfeld’s final season, Julia took home a reported $600,000 per episode.