It's a Boy for Brandon Routh and Courtney Ford!
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Congratulations are in order for Brandon Routh, star of the new CBS comedy "Partners!"
The actor, 32, and his wife Courtney Ford, 34, welcomed their first son, Leo James, on August 10, a rep for the couple confirms to E! News. The newborn weighed 8 lbs. and measured 20.5 inches. James is also Brandon's middle name.
Ford, best known for her roles on "True Blood," "Dexter" and "Parenthood," married Routh in November 27 at the 3,000-acre Santa Barbara-area El Capitan Ranch of movie producers Jon and Mindy Peters. Guests included Routh's "Superman Returns" costar Kate Bosworth and director Bryan Singer.
Routh and Ford met four years earlier in 2003, when Ford attended her brother's rehearsal dinner at at Lucky Strike in L.A.; Routh, a former model, worked at the bowling hotspot as a bartender.
Routh's new series, "Partners," also stars Sophia Bush, 30, Michael Urie, 32, and David Krumholtz, 34. It premieres September 24 at 8:30 p.m. EST on CBS.
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