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Baby makes three for Ron Livingston and Rosemarie DeWitt! The couple welcomed their first child, daughter Gracie James, on Monday, Apr. 29. "The whole family is happy and well," reps for the stars tells Us Weekly. Livingston, 45, and DeWitt, 38, met while filming the Fox show Standoff in 2006. The actors tied the knot three years later in San Francisco. It's going to be a busy summer for Livingston, who appears in the supernatural horror film The Conjuring with Vera Farmiga and Patrick Wilson (in theaters July [...] »
The 38-year-old Promised Land actress gave birth to a baby girl, Gracie James Livingston, on April 29, her rep confirmed to People magazine.
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"The whole family is happy and well," the rep told the magazine.
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Twelve years ago, HBO put to screen a miniseries that was one part Television event, one part historical drama, which had the considerable backing of executive producers Steven Spielberg and Tom Hanks and the hype of being something of a spiritual successor to their highly acclaimed war film Saving Private Ryan. Through ten one hour long episodes, essentially using TV as a medium to explore a vast and epic journey through the Second World War that would simply be impossible to map on the big screen, and with Stephen E Ambrose’s critically acclaimed non-fiction book as source material and a huge cast representing a collective of real world heroes, one of the most ambitious storytelling exercises the small screen has ever mounted was brought to life. The result was much fanfare, both critically and among the masses, a recurring trope that continues to this day, and the fledgling start »
- Scott Patterson
3 items from 2013
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