Get ready to feel old as a Nickelodeon star just welcomed his first child.
Nathan Kress from iCarly and his wife have welcomed a new baby girl named Rosie Carolyn, just in time for the holidays.
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Kress married London Moore in an intimate ceremony in May 2015, where fellow co-stars Miranda Cosgrove, Jennette McCurdy, and Jerry Trainor where in attendance. The two met while filming the movie Into The Storm.
The couple announced that they were expecting their first child back in July of this year while celebrating their second year of marriage. Kress hasn't been seen much after the end of the popular Nickelodeon show. However, he stated in the past that he felt a responsibility to set an example to his fans.
"This is the start... This is your heart... This is the day you were born. This is the sun... these are your lungs... This is the day you were born. And I am always, always, always yours. Hallelujah, I'm cavin' in... hallelujah, I'm in love again." Rosie Carolyn Kress, born 12/21/17 at 3:59pm. 6 lbs, 6 ounces of utter joy. Mom and baby are doing amazing. I am an emotional wreck. In the good way!
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Kress gained international fame as Freddie Benson on the hit Nickelodeon TV show, iCarly. The series followed the adventures of Carly Shay (Cosgrove) and her best friend Sam Puckett (McCurdy) who would record their antics for a web series. Benson served as the show's technical producer and next door neighbor of Carly.
Since iCarly ended, Kress has starred in Major Crimes, Game Shakers, Hawaii Five-O, Sam & Cat, and directed an episode of the show titled Henry Danger.
When asked about the excitement of taking on different roles, Kress stated he looked forward to playing different characters with more serious back stories.
"It was a great opportunity to try my hand at something different. I had done scenes in dramas in the past, but other than a few semi-serious scenes on iCarly, it had been a long time since I've had the opportunity to do anything other than comedy," the actor stated.