Elisabeth Shue can begin her adventures in babysitting all over again.
The Oscar-nominated actress and her husband, TV director Davis Guggenheim, welcomed their third child on Sunday, June 18, reports People.
The baby girl is named Agnes Charles Guggenheim. She is the younger sister of Miles William, 8, and Stella Street, 5.
Little Agnes upset her mother's plans to star opposite Jim Carrey in "The Number 23" when Shue became pregnant. Virginia Madsen stepped in to play the comedian's onscreen wife instead.
Shue, 42, received an Oscar nomination for her role in 1995's "Leaving Las Vegas." Her other film credits include "The Karate Kid," "Adventures in Babysitting," two of the "Back to the Future" films, "Soapdish," "City of Angels," "Hollow Man," "Mysterious Skin," "Hide and Seek" and "Dreamer." She's collaborating with her brother, actor Andrew Shue to produce "Gracie," about a young girl soccer player loosely based on Elisabeth's life.
Guggenheim, also 42, is set to direct. He's a veteran TV director who has helmed series such as "NYPD Blue," "ER," "24," "The Shield," "Deadwood" and "Numb3rs. He also directed the critically acclaimed environmental documentary starring Al Gore, "An Inconvenient Truth," which is currently in theaters.Copyright © 2015, Los Angeles Times