It's A Girl For Actress Amy Ryan!

She's an Oscar nominee, a Tony nominee and an "Office" fan favorite – but now, Amy Ryan has a new title: mom.

Amy, 39, and fiance Eric Slovin welcomed daughter Georgia Gracie Slovin on October 15 in New York City, according to People.

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"All are doing well and so happy," a rep for the actress told People.

It is the first child for the couple.

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Amy received an Oscar nod for her role opposite Ben Affleck in 2007's "Gone Baby Gone." In 2005, she was a Tony nominee for her role as Stella Kowalski in "A Streetcar Named Desire" — her second Tony nomination following her 2000 portrayal of Sonya Alexandrovna in "Uncle Vanya."

She has most recently been seen as Michael Scott's Dunder-Mifflin love interest Holly Flax on NBC's "The Office."

Amy will return to the big screen in March 2010 in the war drama "Green Zone," alongside Matt Damon and Greg Kinnear.

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The baby news for Amy was also confirmed by Us Weekly.

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