Brendan Fraser, who was last seen as one of the many people touched by racism in "Crash," has added another kid to his family's ensemble cast.
The "Mummy" actor and his wife Afton Smith welcomed their third child into the world at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles on Tuesday, May 2, reports Us Weekly.
Fraser, 37, and Smith, 38, wed in 1998 and already have two sons: Griffin, 3, and Holden, turning 2 in August.
Details about the baby's gender has not been released yet, but it's likely that his/her name will end with "n," judging purely by the parents' and siblings' names.
Fraser has starred in "School Ties," "The Scout," "George of the Jungle," "Gods and Monsters," "Blast from the Past," the "Mummy" films and "Looney Tunes: Back in Action." His upcoming projects include "Journey to the End of Night," "The Last Time" and "The Air I Breathe." It was recently announced that he will star in Walden Media's update of Jules Verne's "Journey to the Center of the Earth."