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'Community' star Danny Pudi, wife have twins

"Community"star Danny Pudi and his wife, Bridget, welcomed twins James Timothy and Fiona Leigh on Jan. 12.

"The 1/4 Indian, 1/4 Polish, 1/2 Irish twins are keeping us busy and we're loving every minute of it," Pudi said through his publicist.

Pudi's Abed Nadir famously delivered a baby in the subliminal storyline in "The Psychology of Letting Go" episode in 2010. That doesn't mean the Chicago native was confident about becoming a father of twins.

During a December interview, Pudi said that his co-star in the NBC sitcom, Ken Jeong, was a good role model because he and his wife also have twins.

"When I watch him I'm like, 'OK, I should be able to handle this,'" Pudi said. "But I don't know, we'll see. I mean he and his wife are doctors; we're not. So we're going to be in for definitely some surprises.

"But I'm looking forward to it. It should be fun."

We’ll see how fun it is to be up all night with the kids.

Gratulacje i dobre szczescie to the parents!

Copyright © 2015, RedEye
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