Tony Hale, who plays a one-handed, deeply disturbed man-child on "Arrested Development," now has a child of his own.
The 35-year-old actor and his wife, Martel, are the proud new parents of baby girl Loy Ann Hale, born Friday, Feb. 24 in Los Angeles, report news sources. The parents and child are reportedly healthy and, er, hale.
This is the first child for Hale and his wife, a Daytime Emmy-winning makeup artist. They married in May 2003.
On FOX's critically acclaimed sitcom, Hale plays Byron "Buster" Bluth, an Army boy who lost his hand to a seal and is strangely obsessed with his mother. There's no telling if this popular character will return since the network hasn't given any indication that the Emmy-winning show will be renewed for a fourth season. In the event that it doesn't come back, fans are hoping rumors that ABC or Showtime will pick it up are true.
In the meantime, Hale is keeping busy on the big screen. His upcoming films include "Larry the Cable Guy: Health Inspector," "RV," "Stranger Than Fiction," the mockumentary "My Suicide," and the comedy "The Beach Party at the Threshold of Hell."
Hale is also recognized for the VW commercial in which he does the robot to "Mr. Roboto."Copyright © 2014, Los Angeles Times