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Toni Collette Has Given Birth to Baby Boy in Australia

April 26, 2011 (2:06 am) GMT
The 'United States of Tara' star and her husband welcomed their second child on Friday, April 22, gushing in a statement, 'He was born on Good Friday making it the greatest Friday, indeed!'

has welcomed a new bundle of joy in her family. People magazine has brought up the report that the leading lady of Showtime's hit series "" announced through her publicist she has given birth to a baby boy, a first son to her and her husband, in Australia last Friday, April 22.

"Toni Collette, her husband David Galafassi and their daughter Sage Galafassi are excited and proud to announce the arrival of their baby boy, Arlo Robert Galafassi," the representative told the magazine. Toni and David themselves said in a statement, "He was born on Good Friday making it the greatest Friday, indeed!"

Toni has been married to her musician husband David since 2003. In January 2008, the 38-year-old gave birth to their first child, Sage. She announced she and David were expecting their second child together back in October of 2010.

The Emmy Award winner has her new movie "" being premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival in New York City on Saturday, April 23, a day after she delivered her son to the world. On the red carpet, director Dennis Lee said of the Australian actress, who missed out the event, "She is doing well."


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