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It'll be baby No. 3 for Dawson.
James Van Der Beek, 36, and wife Kimberly are expecting a child -- their third in more than three years. She announced the news on her blog on Friday, Aug. 30, along with tips to "significant others of a pregnant woman," which include "learn to read minds" and "the occasional nap is not an indulgence, it's a necessity."
James Van Der Beek happily informed his Twitter followers on March 13 that his wife Kimberly gave birth to a baby boy.
"Had my first son this morning... well, actually, my wife had him. I just caught him," the actor said. "Wow. Heart expanding way faster than my brain."
James Van Der Beek announced he is going to be a father again.
The former "Dawson's Creek" star wrote on his official Twitter page on Wednesday, October 26, " Just when we thought we couldn't feel any more blessed, it seems the universe has plans to give our daughter a sibling..."
Former "Dawson's Creek" star James Van Der Beek could be heading back to the small screen in a new pilot playing...James Van Der Beek.
The actor has been cast as himself in a new ABC pilot called "Don't Trust the Bitch in Apt. 23," according to The Hollywood Reporter. On the show Van Der Beek is the best friend to the titular "bitch" named Chloe, played by Krysten Ritter of "Breaking Bad" and "Gravity."
Michelle Williams, who appears with Ryan Gosling in the R-rated film "Blue Valentine", has reportedly said she felt like a "mobster" when she starred in the teen drama series "Dawson's Creek".
Williams, 30, played Jen, who was one of the many loves of the main character, Dawson, portrayed by James Van Der Beek. The WB series ran between 1998 and 2003.