Angie Harmon's newest production: a baby girl.
The former Law & Order legal dish has delivered her first child with football stud hubby Jason Sehorn, her publicist announced Wednesday.
Finley Faith Sehorn was born at 10:55 a.m. Tuesday in Dallas. None of the baby's vital statistics were released, but publicist Troy Mankin said Harmon, 31, and child "were doing fine."
Sehorn, 32, flew into Dallas from St. Louis, where he watched his Rams beat the Atlanta Falcons on Monday Night Football, to be at Harmon's side for the birth. (The former all-pro safety, now with the Rams after several seasons as a New York Giant, is nursing a broken left foot and did not play.)
Harmon married Sehorn in June 2001. Introduced by Sehorn's mom following a game, the couple got engaged on national television in March 2000, when Sehorn came on stage during a Harmon appearance on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, pulled out a ring and popped the question.
After a stint modeling in the pages of Seventeen, Vogue, Cosmopolitan, GQ and Esquire, Harmon segued into acting (we use that term loosely) on Baywatch Nights, playing private detective Ryan McBride on the syndicated sereis from 1995 to 1997.
She's best known for her follow-up stint as Assistant D.A. Abbie Carmichael on NBC's Law & Order. She begged out of her contract in 2001 after three seasons.
Since then, Harmon has appeared in the 2002 TV movies Video Voyeur: The Susan Wilson Story and Sudden Fear and the eminently forgettable 2001 Charlie Sheen vehicle Good Advice.
Harmon most recently kicked butt as no-nonsense CIA agent Ronica Miles in the Frankie Muniz kid-spy flick Agent Cody Banks. Next up is a role in the John Cleese comedy Bob the Butler, slated for a fall 2004 release.