Annie Wersching Expecting Second Child

02/28/2013 at 01:00 PM ET

Annie Wersching Pregnant Expecting Second Child
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There’s another baby on the way for Annie Wersching.

Best known for playing agent Renee Walker opposite Kiefer Sutherland on 24, the actress is expecting her second child with husband Stephen Full this summer, her rep confirms to PEOPLE exclusively.

The couple are already parents to son Freddie, 2½.

“He has a full head of hair and is very calm and sweet and adorable,” she told PEOPLE at the time.

Wersching, 35, and Full, an actor and comedian, were married at their Los Angeles home in September 2009.

The actress isn’t letting motherhood slow her down — she will appear in guest spots on Dallas and Touch in March, followed by Revolution in April.

– Jennifer Garcia

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Arden on

Is there a single person with an IMDB page who cannot get their pregnancy announced here? No offense to this woman, but People should have higher standards. Are people so desperate to read that anyone, anywhere is having a baby that People is just catering to them? Either way, it is called “celebrity baby blog” and I don’t think anyone would argue that this lady is a celebrity.

merry on

I liked her on 24 very much, pretty angry and frustrated over what they did with her character.

Sammy on

There are different levels of celebrity. Personally I’d rather read about an actress from tv that has done great roles and been on great shows than say a Kardashian or something. Yuck.

GeeKee on

Annie is stunning and amazing!! Glad she’s back on TV!

Anonymous on

Sammy- Exactly! I don’t see how she’s any less a celebrity than other TV actresses! Anyway, congrats to the family!

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