Mary Stuart Masterson is pregnant with twins, E! Online reports.
"We are four months along," said Masterson's husband, Army Wives actor Jeremy Davison.
Mary Stuart Masterson welcomes a son
Fried Green Tomatoes star Mary Stuart Masterson is a first-time mom after giving birth to a baby boy, People reports.
Masterson, 43, and her husband, actor Jeremy Davidson, welcomed a son on Oct. 11. Further details were not released.
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In other pilot news, ER vet Sherry Stringfield has joined the CBS drama Company Town, playing a whistle-blower at an investment firm.... Mary Stuart Masterson has come onboard CBS' Waterfront, on which Joe Pantoliano plays a charismatic mayor.... Kelly Overton has landed a lead in ABC's Twenty Questions.... Adrian Pasdar is another one of NBC's Heroes.... Simon Baker will join Ray Liotta, Virginia Madsen and Jonny Lee Miller in CBS' Smith.
Question: Is anything big happening to Mariska's character this season on Law & Order: SVU? Anything out of the ordinary?
Answer: The third episode of the season is built entirely around a telephone conversation between Benson and a girl being held captive. And from what I'm hearing, NBC should wrap it in some fancy paper and mail it off to Emmy voters now. Also, there'll be a big revelation about Stabler in the Oct. 9 episode, which features the return of Mary Stuart Masterson's shrink character. "After seven years, we're going to find out what lies behind Stabler's anger," previews exec producer Neal Baer.
Halfway through 1986, the show hooked me in that campy, guilty-pleasure kind of way. And that's despite being hit repeatedly over the head with awkward '80s pop-culture references. I'm going to forget one guy just called Wham! the next Beatles (my apologies to George Michael). What isn't '80s enough about these flashbacks is the hair. I'm sorry. Back then, the hair was big. Like Mt. Everest big. And there was no such thing as too much blue eye shadow. Now, on to the drama: Sure, we've seen it all before, but I admit I want to find out how in 20 years, six buds go from Friends to an episode of Law & Order: SVU. But for now I'm digging the fact that Six Feet Under's Keith is once again a cop. Yeah! And I'm having fun matching the characters to '80s movie icons:
Craig: Looks like Tom Cruise in Risky Business. Acts like Pretty in Pink bad-boy James Spader.
Aaron: Just called him Duckie the