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Julie Bowen gave birth late Tuesday to a boy, Oliver McLanahan Phillips, at a Los Angeles hospital, her management representative, Geoffrey Ashley, said Wednesday.
updated 4/11/2007 8:23:36 PM ET 2007-04-12T00:23:36

“Boston Legal” star Julie Bowen brought real drama to the set: She went into labor.

The actress gave birth later Tuesday to a boy, Oliver McLanahan Phillips, at a Los Angeles hospital, her management representative, Geoffrey Ashley, said Wednesday.

Bowen, 37, who is married to Scott Phillips, had worked through her pregnancy and her water broke while she was filming, Ashley said.

Slideshow: Celebrity Sightings “Everyone’s fine. Everyone’s healthy,” he said of Bowen and baby, who weighed 6 pounds, 15 ounces and measured 19 inches long.

“She is pleased,” he said.

Bowen, who starred previously in the series “Ed,” plays attorney Denise Bauer on “Boston Legal,” which stars James Spader and William Shatner.

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