Julia Louis-Dreyfus is famous for playing Selina Meyer on “Veep” and Elaine Benes on “Seinfeld.”

On Thursday night, however, she played a different role: proud mom.

Louis-Dreyfus's son, Charlie Hall, is a walk-on backup for Northwestern University’s basketball team.

During the Wildcats' Big Ten tournament game against Rutgers, with his team up 19 points, Hall got a chance to play in the final minute.

The Big Ten Network tweeted a video of Louis-Dreyfus and her actor-producer husband, Brad Hall, cheering wildly when he stepped on the court.

The nine-time Emmy winner even took out her phone to capture the moment.

Hall didn't manage to score a basket, but he did grab two rebounds in front of his proud parents.

Watch the clip above.

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