Elisabeth Shue is the latest star to join Hollywood's latest baby boom.
The 42-year-old actress and her husband, Deadwood producer Davis Guggenheim, welcomed their third child together Sunday, a baby girl whom they've named Agnes Charles Guggenheim, People reported.
"Mother and daughter are happy and healthy," Shue's rep, Stephen Huvane, told the magazine.
Shue and Guggenheim also have an eight-year-old son, Miles William, and a five-year-old daughter, Stella Street. The proud parents said "I do" in 1994.
As it turns out, the pair won't have to worry about finding time to spend together beyond the standard midnight feedings. Guggenheim, fresh from directing the much buzzed about "Al Gore movie," An Inconvenient Truth, is set to direct Shue in Gracie, about a talented female teen athlete who fights to play on the boys' varsity soccer team and in the process wins more sporting rights for girls everywhere.
Guggenheim also got some good news recently when HBO announced that it would produce a couple of two-hour Deadwood movies to extend the series after this season, rather than hang the critical fave out to dry later this year.
Shue, who was nominated for a Best Actress Oscar in 1995 for her role as a hooker desperately in love with Nicolas Cage's suicidal drunk in Leaving Las Vegas, most recently appeared in the indie film Mysterious Skin with Joseph Gordon-Levitt and the horsy film Dreamer: Inspired by a True Story with Kurt Russell and wunderkind Dakota Fanning.