Actress Brooke Harman, and her husband, director Jeffrey Walker, welcomed their first child on June 24, and have named their son Boston Scott. Boston Walker was born at 10.38 pm, and weighed 3.6 kg (7lb 15oz); Brooke announced his birth on her blog.

Brooke was born in the United States, and came to Australia as a young child, growing up in Queensland. Her first television role was at the age of 11, on the children’s series, The Wayne Manifesto. She has guest starred on shows such as Home and Away and All Saints, and been in a few films, including the 2003 version of Ned Kelly. Brooke had the lead role in children’s drama series, Pirate Island, and recently had a recurring role on teen drama series, Dance Academy.

Jeffrey started out as a child actor, with his first role at the age of 6, on House Rules. He had major roles in Round the Twist, Ocean Girl, and Mirror, Mirror, and was the star of The Wayne Manifesto, for which he received a Young Actor’s Award from the Australian Film Institute. He and Brooke first met on the set of The Wayne Manifesto. Jeffrey is now a television director who has worked on soaps such as Neighbours and Home and Away, as well as children’s series such as Wicked Science, H2O, The Elephant Princess, and Blue Water High. Jeffrey also plays guitar for the indie rock band, Ballet Imperial.

(Photo of Brooke and Boston from Hello Sailor)

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