Neal McDonough and Family Serve at Mission

12/02/2008 at 06:30 PM ET
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Desperate Housewives’ Neal McDonough took his wife Ruvé Robertson and children Morgan, 3, and Catherine ‘Cate’ Maggie, 18 months, to the Los Angeles Mission on Wednesday evening, where the adults served at the Annual Thanksgiving Meal for the Homeless in Los Angeles, Calif.

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Kim on

I can’t tell, is Morgan a boy or a girl? I am not trying to be rude but that’s one of those names that can go either way and the picture is not very telling either.

Michelle on

His family is very cute. He is such a great actor, he plays the creepy guy very well on Desperate Housewives!!

Jae on

Aww, cute family! And I just gotta mention that Neal McDonough has some awesomely bright blue eyes. 🙂

Hil on

Morgan is a boy:)

Sarah on

Neal is such a great actor and so convincing as “the creepy guy” on DH!! It’s so nice to see him in real life with his smiling family.

Nikka on

he kind of looks like steve mcqueen with those blue eyes when he was younger

Morgan on

It’s hard to be a girl “Morgan”…people either assumed I was a boy or assumed my name was Megan. Damn shame

Me on

He plays the psycho guy on DH so well that his smile in this picture creeps me out. I bet he’s a wonderful guy in real life, but WOW!

IEakins on

He also played psycho in 88 minutes! I saw him on Desperate Housewives for the first time this weekend and laughed at the fact that he was playing crazy again. I think it’s the piercing eyes. There’s something terrifically sexy about him though… he looks almost exactly like my ex who had those same bright blus eyes but incedentally was psycho lol. He has a beautiful family.

Micky on

Actually, it’s not a shame. I’m SO happy to see the name Morgan on a boy — where it belongs.

Morgan on

Wow, Micky, I’m a girl Morgan and am quite pleased to be one. There are certain names that are not clearly devoted to one sex or another….incidentally, is the “e” in “Mickey” Rooney what makes it appropriate for a male? Or the lack of one in “Micky” that makes that feminine?

cassiel on

Morgan is a boy. In France Morgan is for a boy and Morgane for a girl, it’s a very old celtic name