The third time’s the charm for baby-makin’ Mark Ruffalo.
The Reservation Road thesp and his wife, Sunrise Coigney, welcomed their third child, a daughter, last month.
Details on the stork delivery are virtually nonexistent, with the press-shy couple failing to disclose the girl’s name, vital statistics or indeed any additional information on the delivery, save for the fact it took place in Los Angeles sometime before the Halloween holiday. News of the delivery was first reported by People.
The duo was equally as mum last March, when they first confirmed that they were expecting a new addition to their family.
“I wouldn’t be surprised if that doesn’t happen real soon,” Ruffalo told the magazine a week before the with-child confirmation. “We’re seriously in heaven with the kids.”
The kids also include six-year-old son Keen and two-year-old daughter Bella.
The 39-year-old Just Like Heaven star and his wife, the 34-year-old owner of L.A.’s star-favored Kaviar and Kind jewelry boutique, have been married since 2000.
Earlier this year, the tight-lipped twosome said they had not yet chosen a name for the then-forthcoming offspring and would likely wait until meeting the tot in person.
While it’s unclear when the newborn was formally welcomed into the world, Ruffalo was notably absent from the promotional trail last month, leaving the pimping of his new drama, Reservation Road, largely in the hands of costars Joaquin Phoenix and Jennifer Connelly.
And while Ruffalo may be indulging in some paternity time now, his tour of diaper duty may not last long. The thesp has signed on to star in the crime drama Real Men Don’t Cry, already in the preproduction stages, according to IMDb.com. Ruffalo stars alongside Ethan Hawke and Amanda Peet in the flick, which, if not affected by the looming writers’ strike, is due out next year.
In the meantime, Ruffalo recently wrapped production on the drama thriller Blindness, based on the novel of the same name. In that thriller, Ruffalo stars opposite the equally heavy-hitting Julianne Moore, Sandra Oh and Gael García Bernal, with the film centering around a doctor’s wife who becomes the only person to maintain her vision when the rest of her town’s residents suddenly go blind.
The film is due out next summer.