Lake Bell is a mom!
The 35-year-old actress has given birth to a baby girl, her rep told E! News on Saturday. No other details were provided.
Bell, known for roles on The Practice, its spinoff Boston Legal and How to Make It in America, revealed in April that she and husband Scott Campbell, an artist who made a cameo on the latter series, were expecting their first child together.
Bell played lawyer Sally Heep on the legal drama The Practice in 2004 and reprised her role on Boston Legal, which debuted that year, alongside main stars James Spader and William Shatner. She left the show in 2006.
Bell later starred in movies such as What Happens in Vegas, It's Complicated and No Strings Attached, In a World... and Million Dollar Arm.
She played Rachel Chapman on the HBO series How to Make It in America between 2010 and 2011, when it ended its run. She also portrayed Dr. Cat Black and Dixie Peters on the Adult Swim comedy series Children's Hospital.
Bell also appears in the new romantic comedy movie Man Up with Simon Pegg as well as the thriller The Coup, which stars Pierce Brosnan and Owen Wilson and is set for release in March.
Us Weekly was first with the happy news today.