Vincent D'Onofrio expecting third child

10/15/2007 at 07:42 PM ET

Law & Order: Criminal Intent‘s Vincent D’Onofrio, 48, and his wife of 10 years, Carin Van Der Donk, are expecting their second child together this winter.  They have a 7-year-old son together, Elias Gene, and Vincent has a 15-year-old daughter, Leila George, with his ex-wife, GretaScacchi. Vincent said,

We’re very excited.

Law & Order: Criminal Intent recently switched from NBC to the USA Network.

Source: People

Thanks to CBB Readers Jody, Rozanna, and Kelly.

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ang on

congrats to them- i love vincent on CI but have heard he is kind of a private person. hope it all goes well.

Sarah on

I have mixed feelings on this. Of course i am very happy for Vincent and his wife, a new baby is wonderful. But i also know that Vincent has not been well so I hope he gets better before this baby arrives

amylamy on

congrats to them, i love him on CI! i wonder why is he not well? well, hopefully the new baby will help him along!

Angi on

Awwww,I love Vincent. My husband has been a fan of his for years. I didn’t even know he was married. Congrats to him and his family! Also,love him on CI! Goren is a great character!

bogusboobs on

I love it when they say “Vincent” is expecting his third child. When did he grow a uterus? I bet he’s giggling over that one, too … Method Acting indeed!

Lauren Jane on

This amazes me because Vincent has a history of cheating on his wife (I know personally, and has made statements that he didn’t want anymore children. He is ill (mentally) and as the other poster said, I hope he gets a grip before this new baby is born. He is known to have a short fuse.

mary lou buoymaster on

I thought he was divorced???

Yolanda Puccino on

I love Vincent,and, I wish him and his wife and,family the best of everything.

Nicoletta on

Congrats to the D’Onofrio family! 😉

Lauren Jane, you may personally not like D’Onofrio but, there is no need for character assasination. Unless we know him personally, we don’t have the right to judge him like that.

Caroline Fortner on

I thought they got divorced in 2003??

Syd and Ash on

If your policy regarding nasty comments and the like holds true, how is it that the offensive comments posted by some Lauren Jane (who obviously has her own problems) are still on this thread??? Celebrities are human beings too, yeah with feelings and emotions and everything else….

Barbara Stewart on

One point people have made is that because the man Obama’s mother “married” first was actually Muslim but more to the point ALREADY MARRIED to another woman, then although by Muslim law she was married to that man, (since by Muslim law a man is allowed to have 4 wives), still, by American law, a man is allowed to have only one wife at a time, therefore since Obama senior was already married, his “marriage” to Stanley Ann Dunham never truly occurred legally by American law.
Therefore, Stanley Ann Dunham was in fact an unwed mother.

Because she was an unwed mother, by US law, in that situation, birthright is ONLY given through the mother.

The unwed mother would have had to have resided in the United States for the year preceding the birth of her child.

However, since Stanley Ann Dunham says that she lived in Hawaii for the year preceding little Barack Obama II’s birth, she could NOT have passed on US citizenship to him. And this is why:


Hawaii had NOT become joined to the United States at that time, and was not for several years afterwards.

Therefore, Barack Obama II was NOT given ANY US citizenship at birth.

Therefore at least in terms of his birth, Barack Obama II has no US natural born citizenship.

As such, Barack Obama II has NO eligibility to run for President of the United States.

Darn those anti-bigamy laws anyway!


People might notice that I placed copies of this post of mine on other websites/forums. I am just trying to get people to think about this as an alternative point of view in case the ones being used don’t get anywhere.

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