Josh Holloway, Wife Yessica Kumala Welcome a Baby Boy
Josh Holloway has a lot to be happy about these days. He and his wife Yessica Kumala recently welcomed a second child.
According to CBS News, the 44-year-old actor revealed that his wife had given birth to their son Hunter Lee Holloway six weeks ago.
On Sunday, Mar. 16, Holloway, who is currently promoting his upcoming film Sabotage, shared the news during an interview.
“He’s here, he’s upstairs. Six weeks,” he said. The former Lost actor went on to share his perspective of how his wife’s pregnancy differed this time around. “We’re calmer, which makes everything better. Yeah, your first one, you’re definitely full of fear.”
Holloway and Kumala married on October 1, 2004. They also have a 4-year-old daughter, Java Kumala.
Holloway currently stars in the CBS cyber-themed action-adventure television series Intelligence. The series premiered on January 7, 2014. No details have been released as to whether the network plans to renew the series for a second season.
Sabotage is next up on Holloway’s list of premieres. The action thriller/crime drama film, which is loosely based on Agatha Christie’s 1939 mystery novel, And Then There Were None, follows members of an exclusive DEA task force. Following an elaborate drug cartel bust into a safe house, each member of the force find themselves being taken down one by one.
The film, in which Holloway co-stars with Arnold Schwarzenegger and Sam Worthington, also features a star-studded cast with notable actors including Olivia Williams, Magic Mike star Joe Manganiello, and Best Man Holiday stars Terrence Howard and Harold Perrineau.
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Holloway, along with Schwarzenegger, Manganiello, and the film’s director David Ayer, all took part in a Q&A session for the upcoming film. The three actors who portray a special operations team offered up some insight about the highly anticipated movie. Details about the session were posted to the film’s official Twitter page.
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