"We have a crazy household with our kids and our three dogs. I will say this, our kids are eight and I would not mind having a baby around.Our house is so crazy that we just don't want to get divorced right now because neither one of us wants to end up with our kids and our dogs," Jerry quipped. While speaking with , Jerry also dished on whether he and Rebecca plan on welcoming any more children into their family in the future! When I see a little baby I really get that baby itch.It will be produced by Amaze Film & Television, with executive producers Teza Lawrence and Michael Souther overseeing the series.O’Connell (Sliders) will play Harley Mackay, an actor who portrays a detective on a hit TV show before being forced to return to his sleepy hometown after an embarrassing public meltdown in Hollywood.
Born Jeremiah O'Connell on February 17, 1974 in New York City to an Irish immigrant formerly working as an advertising agency art director and a high school art teacher, he was raised in Manhattan together with his younger brother, Charlie, under the encouragement of his parents to learn acting at a young age.Although the program was not a phenomenal hit, it was able to garner a cult following that rivaled such longer running shows as "Stargate SG-1" and even the "Star Trek" franchise, thereby became a decent enough vehicle to gain him recognition around American audience.alum Sydney Poitier, for its international channels.Jerry O’Connell has been married to Rebecca Romijn for ages, but according to a new report from Star Magazine, that might not remain the status quo.Star claims that Jerry is so ‘fixated’ on landing a new gig co-hosting ‘Live With Kelly’ in New York City that he’s putting his marriage and his relationship with Rebecca at risk. No doubt, it’s a great paying gig that provides instant visibility and comes with relative security (at least for a little while), but as we’ve seen from the high turnover at the show, it doesn’t seem like any of the male hosts are sticking with the show after Regis Philbin left.