Hawaii Five-O heartthrob Alex O'Loughlin will be catching a few less criminals and a few more early morning changing’s instead as it has been confirmed that he and his girlfriend, Malia Jones, have had their first child together, E! reports.
O’Loughlin and his model/surfer girlfriend Jones have been seeing each other officially since the beginning of this year, and clearly made no efforts to take things slowly. The pair welcomed their baby boy, whose name is still under wraps, into the world some time around Thursday (Oct 25), with a rep for Alex revealing the news early the day after. The pair announced that they were expecting back in August, but gave no indication that they would be due so soon after.
Both Alex and Malia have children from previous relationships, with two sons already in the mix for the pair. The Hawaii actor’s is a dad already to, Saxon, 15, whilst Malia’s kid is named Spike, 3 - so judging by these two there should be a good chance of a decent name being thought up.
Jones herself has been active in the modelling game since the mid-2000s, after which she slowed down with her competitive surfing and eventually had her frst child in 2009. Meanwhile O’Loughlin is perhaps best known for his role alongside Jennifer Lopez in The Back-Up Plan, other than his part in Hawaii Five-O.
Zoe (Lopez) is a busy but single New Yorker desperate to have a child, so she heads to the sperm bank. After her doctor (Klein) helps her conceive, even a clash with an annoying stranger, Stan (O'Loughlin), can't ruin her day. Of course, she runs into him again, and this time notices that he's both annoying and drop-dead gorgeous. So how will he react when he finds out that Zoe is pregnant?
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Except that he's dead, of course, but assuming, as The Invisible does, the existence of a rather flexible netherworld between living and death, filling in further details isn't a problem either. When Nick wakes up as a sort of half-ghost, traveling through the land of the living without the ability to be seen or heard while his body lies on the brink of death, his detective skills need only to consist of following the murderers around, overhearing their motivations.
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Australian cybercop Phillip (Patrick Thompson) is obsessed with tracking down cyber-perverts, and his online research leads him to a site featuring women who have chosen to submit themselves to force feeding in order to gain tons of weight, all live for your viewing pleasure via webcam. The site even tracks the victims' blood pressure and vital signs so subscribers can place bets on when the morbidly obese weight gainers will die. Apparently the "feeders" love the control, and the "gainers" love the attention.
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Date of birth
24th August, 1976