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NCIS Couple Welcomes a Boy!

NCIS Couple Welcomes a Boy!
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The NCIS family just got a little bigger! Actress Daniela Ruah (who plays special Agent Kensi Blye on NCIS) and her fiancé, former Navy SEAL and current NCIS stunt double David Olsen, welcomed River Isaac Ruah Olsen on December 30, 2013.

River is a name that is rare but has been on the rise for both boys and girls in recent years, with the male River ranking at 407 in 2012 and the female River first entering the charts in 2009 and climbing since then to 686 in 2012.

The newest celebrity baby River is in good company, with a host of other (older) Rivers joining him on the playground, like River Russell Deary, River Samuel Hanson, and River James Murray, with the final River being the son of Sean Harlan Murray, who plays Timothy McGee on NCIS.

Another fun twist to this NCIS baby announcement is that dad David Olsen is the stunt double for his younger brother Eric Christian Olsen.  Given all of his connections, we're sure that the cast and crew of NCIS will give a warm welcome to baby River.

Do you know any children with the name of River? Are they male or female children?  Have you been in a workplace where coworkers' children share the same name?

--S.L.

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January 6, 2014 10:44 AM
By Susan (not verified)

My 2 year old is Calista River, but mostly responds to River.

January 7, 2014 4:36 PM
By Crystal (not verified)

Lately it makes me think of River Song of Doctor Who. Not a bad namesake. :)

January 7, 2014 11:58 PM
By Emily (not verified)

Reminds me of River Tam from Firefly....

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