NEW YORK – Woody Harrelson and his wife, Laura Louie, have welcomed a new addition to their all-female brood: another daughter.
"In this crazy patriarchal world we live in, we are doing our part to balance the energy. We are proud to announce the completion of our goddess trilogy with the birth of our third daughter, Makani Ravello," who was born Saturday, the Oscar-nominated actor ("The People vs. Larry Flynt") and Louie said in a statement Monday.
The baby's older sisters are Deni Montana, 13, and Zoe Giordano, 9.
Harrelson, 44, and Louie, 41, were married in 1998. They live on the Hawaiian island of Maui.
He stars as a singing cowboy in Robert Altman's "A Prairie Home Companion," due in theaters Friday, and opposite Keanu Reeves in the animated thriller "A Scanner Darkly," set for release July 7.