Brenneman, Shue Have Babies


The stork has been working overtime in Hollywood this week. "Hollow Man" star Elisabeth Shue, 37 and "Judging Amy" star Amy Brenneman, 36, both gave birth to baby girls, a publicist who represents the two actresses announced on Wednesday. All the parties concerned are doing fine, said the rep. On Monday, Shue welcomed daughter Stella, her and TV director husband Davis Guggenheim's second child. The couple married in 1994, and their son, Miles William, was born in 1997. Last year, reported that Shue finally finished her Harvard education (in political science) that was interrupted in the '80s, when she dropped out to pursue an acting career. Meanwhile, on Tuesday, Brenneman and her husband since 1995, TV director Brad Silberling (his credits include the 1999 pilot episode of "Judging Amy"), welcomed the couple's first child, named Charlotte -- who will be kept company at home by the household's basset hound, Maggie, and chocolate lab, Ruby. "We're low-maintenance," Silberling told PEOPLE last year about his and Brenneman's domestic life. "If we have a cup of coffee, we're happy." Now he can add baby bottle to that.