Wes Chatham and Jenn Brown have become parents for the first time to a son named John 'Nash' Chatham.
Wes Chatham has become a father for the first time.
The 'Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1' actor and wife Jenn Brown welcomed son John, who will be known as Nash, into the world on Monday (24.11.14), a few weeks ahead of the 'American Ninja Warrior' host's due date.
They said in a statement: ''We are beyond thrilled to announce the birth of our son John 'Nash' Chatham.
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'The Hunger Games: Mockingjay's Wes Chatham and his 'American Ninja Warrior' co-host wife Jenn Brown are expecting their first child.
'American Ninja Warrior ' co-host Jenn, 33, will give birth in December and they could not be more excited about the new addition to their family.
They told E! News: ''We are overjoyed to be expecting our little one this December and the well wishes we received today means so much!!''
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Matt Iseman and Jenn Brown - Celebrities pose at 2014 NBCUniversal Summer Press Day at The Langham, Hunington Hotel and Spa in Pasedena. - Los Angeles, California, United States - Tuesday 8th April 2014
ESPN has blocked Jenn Brown, a reporter for its College Football Primetime and College GameDay , from becoming a spokeswoman for MillerCoors's Icehouse brand, the Milwaukee Tribune reported on Wednesday, citing a spokesman for the Disney-owned cable sports network. A spokesman for MillerCoors told the newspaper that The Company believed that it ESPN had approved The Deal with Jenn Brown. ESPN's decision came just days after Richard Deitsch, a columnist for Time Warner's Sports Illustrated , posted an online column questioning the deal, given her association with college football. "If the sideline reporter were assigned to a pro sport, I'd have zero issues with her decision," he wrote. "But there's a large percentage of athletes and fans Brown will cover this year who cannot drink legally. For me, it's a matter of figuring out what you want [to] be in sports television If you are serious about making a name for yourself in news gathering, you politely turn down this fame and money grab because students are involved."
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