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Eric Mabius Suffers Insomnia for Good Reason

Eric Mabius Suffers Insomnia for Good Reason

Originally posted 03/23/2009 09:15AM

Ugly Betty star and new dad Eric Mabius is getting less beauty sleep than usual these days.

"We take turns sleeping," the actor, 37, with wife Ivy Sherman, told PEOPLE at Sunday's Broadway opening of the London import God of Carnage, starring James Gandolfini and Marcia Gay Harden. "Some nights we get sleep, most nights we don't."

Mabius and Sherman have two sons, 2½-year-old Maxfield Elliot and Rylan Jaxson, who is 3 months old.

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Eric Mabius: Set of Ugly Betty Filled with Baby Talk

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Eric Mabius: Set of Ugly Betty Filled with Baby Talk

Originally posted 03/05/2009 12:55PM

The set of Ugly Betty is like one big playground.

New dad Eric Mabius says the cast, many of whom have recently had or are expecting babies, all share advice about parenthood. They especially look to Vanessa Williams, who is like a den mother to the cast, for guidance.

"She has kids of many different ages," says Mabius, who stepped out with his wife for the DKNYMen fragrance launch at the penthouse of the Rivington Hotel on Wednesday. "It's nice to look up to a person who can balance family and career."

Mabius's wife, interior designer Ivy Sherman says Williams always "wants to talk babies. She has great advice about being organic," adds Sherman. "She has friends with different cool baby-related companies, one an organic baby [products] company called Green Baby.”

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It's a Baby Boy for Ugly Betty's Eric Mabius

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It's a Baby Boy for Ugly Betty's Eric Mabius

Originally posted 12/08/2008 03:35PM

Ugly Betty's Eric Mabius and his wife, interior designer Ivy Sherman, have welcomed a second son, named Rylan Jaxson Mabius, his rep confirms to PEOPLE.

The baby was born Sunday in New York City and weighed a little more than 10 lbs., a source confirms to PEOPLE.

Mabius and Sherman are also parents to Maxfield Elliot, 2.

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Ugly Betty's Eric Mabius Is Negotiating Baby Names

Ugly Betty's Eric Mabius Is Negotiating Baby Names

Originally posted 09/19/2008 07:15AM

What's in a name? Your future if you're going to be Eric Mabius's second son.

"My wife, [interior designer Ivy Sherman], wants a French name, but I don’t know. I’ll have to enroll him in karate right away if I give him a French name,” the Ugly Betty star tells PEOPLE. "I was thinking Raphael with the p-h spelling. It’s a cool name. I guess he’ll be a painter or a sculptor or something.”

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Ugly Betty's Eric Mabius, Wife Expecting a Baby

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Ugly Betty's Eric Mabius, Wife Expecting a Baby

Originally posted 04/23/2008 03:05PM

Ugly Betty's Eric Mabius and his wife Ivy Sherman are expecting their second child, the Associated Press reports.

Mabius, 37, says he got the good news while filming his popular ABC show after his interior designer wife surprised him on set.

"We don't know if it's a boy or a girl yet," the actor told the AP.

The couple already have a 1-year-old son, Maxfield Elliott.
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Tonight's TV: What's Hot

Fall TV Watch: What's Hot on Thursday

Originally posted 09/28/2006 09:30AM

NEW SHOWWatch It: Ugly Betty (ABC, 8 p.m. ET) A bizarrely, blissfully successful hybrid of comedy, drama and soap, Ugly Betty is based on a Colombian telenovela and executive-produced by Mexican actress Salma Hayek. I assume those two factors have something to do with the show's sensibility, a campy cheerfulness that's unlike anything in primetime. The basic story, though, will remind viewers of The Devil Wears Prada. Frump princess Betty Suarez (America Ferrera) lands a job as assistant to Daniel Meade, the new playboy editor of Manhattan fashion bible Mode. She's been positioned outside his office precisely because she's so unattractive that Mr. Meade (Eric Mabius) will stay focused. This is cruel. But Betty is smart, smarter than her boss, and guides him past the tiger pits being dug in the fashion jungle by a rival editor. Meanwhile, there are bigger, preposterous mysteries – Mode's previous editor, presumed dead, seems to be alive – and a parade of ridiculous fashionistas: a corporation full of wicked stepsisters to Betty's Cinderella. The show is a fairy tale that doesn't need the payoff of a glass slipper.

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