Ryan Murphy, the successful television show creator and director whose TV hit shows include Glee, New Normal and American Horror Story, has introduced his latest release to friends and family: a baby boy.
Murphy, 47, and his husband, David Miller, shared the good news through a personal email they sent to loved ones on Christmas Eve. The message offered the newborn's name and birth details.
"Logan Phineas Miller Murphy, Born December 24, 2012 9:47 a.m.," the statement read, according to E! Online.
The personal note also revealed the boy's weight and length: 6.6 pounds, 21 inches and was accompanied by a photo which has not been released to the public. The image of the baby reportedly showed the infant placed inside a Christmas stocking.
The child is a first for the couple who married in July after dating for two years. No details have yet to be released if the baby was acquired through adoption or surrogacy. Murphy told VOGUE in a September interview, that the Los Angeles-based couple were "exploring surrogacy" at the time.
"Glee" star Leah Michele said she thinks the couple will be great parents.
"I just know that deep down they are going to be the most incredible parents," Michele told VOGUE in the same report. "I am incredibly jealous that I am not their daughter. Because the Murphy household would be my dream."
Murphy is a co-creator of Glee, New Normal and American Horror Story. He won a Golden Globe for the FX hit drama "Nip/Tuck" and won his first Emmy for directing the pilot episode of "Glee."
Murphy has also directed films. He directed Julia Roberts in "Eat, Pray, Love." His next film "The Normal Heart" starring Julia Roberts, Alec Baldwin, Mark Ruffalo, Jim Parsons, and Matt Bomer is set for release in 2014. The film is about a gay activist who raised HIV/AIDS awareness in the 1980s.