Actor David Faustino and comedian John Oliver both became first-time dads this weekend.

By Hollee Actman Becker
November 16, 2015

Married...with Children star David Faustino and talk show host John Oliver both welcomed babies over the weekend.

It was a baby girl for Faustino and girlfriend Lindsay Bronson. Ava Marie Grace was born in Los Angeles and weighed in at 6 pounds, 9 ounces. Faustino announced Bronson's pregnancy on Twitter in May, posting a picture of a sonogram with the caption: "Yup. It's official... #NewDaddy." The couple then revealed their baby's name to TMZ in June, with Faustino joking at the time that he knew he was gonna have a daughter with his karma, but that he was really, really excited about it.

Something that doesn't excite him? The idea of his daughter watching him star as the morrally-corrupt Bud Bundy on Married...with Children. "Thats probably not the greatest example of family," he said with a laugh.

Last Week Tonight host John Oliver, 38, is also a proud first-time dad. The former Daily Show correspondent and wife Kate Norley (the pair tied the knot in 2011) have welcomed a baby boy!

The couple met in 2008 when Oliver was covering the Republican National Convention for The Daily Show while Norley—an Iraqi war vet—was there with fellow veterans. "It's the most emasculating thing I could possibly do," Oliver told People at the time. "Go out with someone who has actually done something valuable with their life."

We think becoming a dad is pretty valuable, too, John! Congratulations to all the new parents!

Hollee Actman Becker is a freelance writer, blogger, and a mom. Check out her website holleeactmanbecker.com for more, and follow her on Twitter at @holleewoodworld.

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