Coby Bell: Welcoming Twins For The Second Time Around

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Coby Bell
may play the captain of a fictional football team on the popular CW sitcom 'The Game,' but in real life, he's building his own big squad; the hunky actor and his wife Aviss just welcomed its second set of twins to their family.

The couple is already the parents of 5-year-old twin girls, Jaena and Serrae. On Dec. 2, they welcomed daughter Quinn and son Eli.

"We were trying for a boy and ended up with a boy and a girl!" Coby, 33, told Life & Style magazine, who released the first pics of the new babies in their current issue (see pic below).

"There's so much female energy, it'll be a good balance," he jested. "Even our dog is a female!"

Coby's wife is the 39-year-old owner of the Look What I Made arts-and-crafts play space for kids.

The family resides in Long Beach, California.

Players of The Game'

    The cast of 'The Game' include (clockwise from top) Tia Mowry, Wendy Raquel Robinson, Hosea Chanchez , Pooch Hall, Coby Bell and Brittany Daniel. (Photo: The CW)

    As rookie football player Derwin Davis and medical school student Melanie Daniel, Pooch Hall and Tia Mowry have become a favorite couple in prime time television. (Photo: The CW)

    Tia Mowry plays medical school student Melanie Barnett on The CW series 'The Game.' (Photo: The CW)

    Pooch Hall plays Derwin Davis on the Mara Brock Akil-created series 'The Game.' (Photo: RegginRazzi)

    Hosea Chanchez plays bad boy quarterback Malik Wright on 'The Game.' (Photo: RegginRazzi)

    Wendy Raquel Robinson plays Tasha Mack, a fast-talking, no-holds-barred "momager" on 'The Game.' (Photo: RegginRazzi)

    Coby Bell plays chintzy team captain Jason Pitts on 'The Game.' (Photo: RegginRazzi)

    Brittany Daniel (center) plays the bubbly athlete's wife Kelly Pitts on 'The Game.' (Photo: The CW)

    Wendy Raquel Robinson and former NBA star Rick Fox chum it up on the set of 'The Game' on April 28, 2008. (Photo: RegginRazzi)



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