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Wes Bentley, Jacqui Swedberg

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Wes Bentley is good at keeping secrets.

Case in point: he and wife Jacqui Swedberg welcomed their second child four months ago! The American Horror Story: Freak Show guest star's rep confirms to E! News that the couple's daughter, Brooklyn Bentley, was born in June. Married since 2010, they are also parents to son Charles Bentley, 4.

Wes, who played Seneca Crane in 2012's The Hunger Games, has yet to mention his daughter's birth while promoting Interstellar, co-starring Jessica Chastain, Anne Hathaway and Matthew McConaughey.

While promoting The Time Being in 2012, however, Wes revealed how fatherhood had changed him. "I was drawn to the story about trying to be an artist and have a family, and whether you could do both. I had had my own minor struggle with that in my head when I knew I was going to be a father, but I didn't have as big of a battle as [my character] did. I decided quickly—I said, 'I'm gonna be a great father, and if I struggle as an artist, that's fine.' But I've found that actually, [fatherhood] has really made me a better actor, a better artist," the 36-year-old actor told NextMovie. "It's given me more tools and more life."

Wes was previously married to actress Jennifer Quanz, but due to his drug and alcohol abuse (he's now sober), their marriage ended in 2009 following a three-year separation. After he met Jacqui in 2008, however, the actor gained a new lease on life. "I started to feel hope again," Wes told People in 2011. And, though he fell off the wagon on the set of There Be Dragons, he came clean to Jacqui and joined a 12-step program. "I know what it looks like, and I don't want to go back," Wes said. "The guy dedicated to sobriety, who has this family and this life—that's more me than being an addict and an alcoholic."

Us Weekly first reported Brooklyn's birth Monday.

Congratulations to the happy family!