Celebrity Parents Danielle Harris Welcomes Son Jagger Maxwell Iconic horror actress Danielle Harris and husband David Gross have conceived both their children via in vitro fertilization By Sophie T. Stern and Sarah Michaud Sarah Michaud Instagram Sarah Michaud is the senior news editor of PEOPLE's music vertical. She has been with the brand for close to 15 years, holding various roles across the digital news team before focusing on music. In 2021, Sarah won the CMA media achievement award for her coverage of country music. She earned a bachelor's degree in sociology, social work and English and resides outside of Boston. People Editorial Guidelines Published on October 25, 2018 02:50 PM Share Tweet Pin Email Photo: Dan Santoni Keep the babysitter on speed dial, because baby No. 2 is here! Don’t Tell Mom the Babysitter’s Dead star and famed scream queen Danielle Harris gave birth to her second child with husband David Gross, a baby boy named Jagger Maxwell Gross, on Monday, Oct. 8, PEOPLE confirms. Jagger, who was born in Los Angeles, is the second child for the couple. Their first son, Carter Davis, was born in February 2017. Gross and Harris, 41, got engaged in 2013, and married the following year. Want all the latest pregnancy and birth announcements, plus celebrity mom blogs? Click here to get those and more in the PEOPLE Parents newsletter. Danielle Harris Welcomes Son Carter Davis Harris announced her second pregnancy on Instagram on her birthday in June, showing off her baby bump in a beautiful maternity photo. She captioned the reveal snapshot, “Carter is going to be the best big brother:) Motherhood is such an incredible journey, it makes me feel like a warrior princess!” Her last Instagram photo before giving birth showed her shirt pulled up to reveal her bare bump, where Harris shared she was “#dueanyday” and wrote, “The struggle is real.” RELATED VIDEO: Our Favorite Celebrity Pregnancy Reveals Harris conceived both children through in vitro fertilization. In June, her manager Judy Fox told PEOPLE exclusively that baby No. 2 was “another IVF miracle” due Oct. 10. Fox added that Harris and Gross “are grateful that modern science gives them the family they have always yearned for. Now they finally feel complete!” The actress is known for her work in horror franchises such as Halloween and Hatchet, and for giving voice to teenage angst as Debbie on The Wild Thornberrys. Entertainment Tonight was first to report news of the birth.