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Amy Locane Welcomes Second Daughter, Avery Hope

01/26/2009 at 05:00 PM ET
Gabbeli Photography for CBB

Cry-Baby actress Amy Locane is a mom again after welcoming a second daughter on Wednesday, January 21st, she tells CBB exclusively. Avery Hope Bovenizer arrived at 6:16 p.m. at Princeton Hospital in Princeton, N.J., weighing in at 5 lbs., 3 oz. Avery joins big sister Paige Cricket, 2, Amy’s first child with firefighter husband Mark Bovenizer.

Amy, 37, is best known for her role as Sandy Louise Harling in the original cast of Melrose Place. She also starred in many feature films, including School Ties with Brendan Fraser and Cry-Baby with Johnny Depp.

Click below for a photo of Avery!

Courtesy Amy Locane for use on CBB

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Stéph on

Congrats to them! I don’t really know them, but I remember when Paige Cricket was born. I remember the name because it’s guite unusual, but I like it. I also really like the name Avery Hope. Congrats on the beautiful baby!

brooklyn on

Congrats to them! I love the name Avery Hope.

Mary on

Cutiee!!

brie on

Amy was on Melrose Place for i think 1 or 2 seasons, then left to do movies. LOVE LOVE LOVE the name Avery. I always loved that name for a girl. Very happy for them. Avery is just beautiful!!!!

Loralie on

Congrats! They have such pretty names for their daughters. What a beautiful little girl!

I watched Melrose Place but I can’t place her in there. She does look familiar though.

Destiny on

Avery’s cute, Paige’s middle name is named after Jiminy Cricket.

Allie on

First thing I thought of when I saw the name Cricket was Cricket from Young and the Restless! Love that name! I always wanted to name my daughter Avery after Steve Avery from the Atlanta Braves. But, it’ll never get used b/c it’s very popular now. Oh well! :)

momof3 on

Wow! Thanks CBB…I was just two days ago watching “School Ties” and wondering what happened to this actress–beautiful baby; Congratulations!

Lisa on

WOW Avery is very cute. Congrats!!!

ellen on

isn’t the same name angie harmon gave to her daughter?

Hannah on

Angie Harmon’s daughter is Avery Grace.

I like the name, it’s trendy but cute =)

Nika on

I had to read the title again because I was thinking there was a mix up with one of Angie Harmon’s daughters. Not so unique after all.

But anyway, their babygirl looks great. Congratulations!

Kait on

A combination of Angie Harmon’s daughters Avery Grace and Emery Hope. Cute!

Frances Strange on

Amy, All the Strange’s think of you often. I just saw Cry Baby on TV and thought I would look you up. In case you don’t connect the name, our house was your house in Lost Angels. Hope your mom is doing well. Congratulations on your marriage and 2 little girls.

Yolanda on

Amy Locane is currently starring in a play in Princeton,NJ. I just read about it in the paper the other day. I wonder why she left Hollywood and all that behind? Not that there’s anything wrong with that and she seems to still be acting, I’m just curious. She got to make out with Johnny Depp!, how many people can say that! I wish her all the best!

Paul on

Congrats!

Tanzil on

I saw her film LOST ANGEL………googled it and got here…….but she has changed a lot………

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