Looks like it's dinner for five after all.

Swingers mastermind Jon Favreau and his doctor wife, Joya Tillem, welcomed their third child, daughter Brighton Rose, Tuesday in Los Angeles.

The actor, director and Vince Vaughn BFF confirmed the news Wednesday with a posting to his MySpace page.

"Last night I had my third kid," he wrote. "Her name is Brighton Rose Favreau and she's doing great."

According to People, Brighton was born at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles, the same place Favreau's wife practices medicine, and tipped the scales at 6 pounds, 13 ounces and measured in at 18.5 inches.

Favreau is so money when it comes to the beautiful babies.

The former Dinner for Five host and his 36-year-old wife are also parents to three-year-old Madelaine and five-year-old Max, the latter of whom was named after Peter Falk's character in the Favreau-Vaughn mob comedy Made.

In addition to another stint of diaper duty, Favreau has plenty on the horizon--including sending his congratulations to another new papa.

Favreau's The Break-Up costar John Michael Higgins and actress wife Margaret Walsh also welcomed a son in L.A. Tuesday, eight-pound, two-ounce Walter Lloyd Higgins.

As for Favreau, he recently lent his vocal cords to the star-studded cast of Open Season, an animated fam-friendly flick centering on the unlikely friendship between a deer and a grizzly bear as they protect their fellow animals from hunters. Martin Lawrence, Ashton Kutcher and Debra Messing also voiced critters in the film, due out next month.

After promotional duties wind down on that project, Favreau will switch gears, taking the helm of a high-profile Marvel adaptation.

Last June, Marvel Entertainment and Paramount Pictures announced Favreau will direct the live-action version of Iron Man, with production slated to start in January 2007 for release May 2, 2008.

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