Harold Perrineau Welcomes Baby No.3: Holiday Grace

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Congratulations are in order for Harold Perrineau and wife Brittany.

The Lost alum, 49, and his wife, 37, welcomed their third child, daughter Holiday Grace Perrineau, on Thursday (March 21) at 2:54 a.m., PEOPLE reports.

Baby Holiday weighed in at 7 lbs., 5 oz. and measured 21 inches in length. She joins big sisters Wynter, 4½, and Aurora, 18.

“Holiday Grace is here, and we couldn’t be any happier,” the proud papa tells the mag.

“Our family feels complete. Mommy and baby are doing well and big sisters Aurora and Wynter are [thrilled].”

Perrineau shot to fame with his television roles on Oz and Lost. He recently starred on the FX drama Sons of Anarchy and appeared in the Oscar-nominated film Zero Dark Thirty.

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  1. arabella

    these celebrities babies name are getting ridiculous Tennessee Rainbow Brave Rocky.Can celebrities gave their children normal names like Elizabeth?

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  2. Adele

    I actually like Holiday!

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  3. Lola

    Wynter and Holiday… Wynter … Holiday??? Ok then..

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  4. penny

    I think Holiday is actually kind of cute…she can always be called Holly!

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  5. Braelyn

    I like Holiday, or Holly, I think its “just enough” different as far as celeb baby naming is going.

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  6. anonymous

    I actually like Holiday as it seems to go with his previous naming style. Its different without being TOO different.

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  7. CaramelKiss

    They make THE most beautiful babies…

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  8. So cute

    Love the name, congratulations!

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  9. An33

    If this new little girl looks like her big sisters, then you know she is absolutely gorgeous!

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