In 2007, after two years of wedded bliss, Melissa McCarthy and Ben Falcone welcomed their first daughter, Vivian. In 2010, their family grew from three to four, with the addition of their youngest daughter, Georgette.
As you’d expect, the McCarthy-Falcone household’s a funny place to be, with the couple putting on little skits and comedy acts to keep their kids entertained. According to McCarthy, when they were younger, Vivian and Georgette loved it when all four of them pretended to be bankers and act in a serious manner — but only for about 30 minutes, and then they’d return to all-out comedy again. Performing a few at-home skits isn’t the only acting McCarthy and Falcone’s daughters have undertaken, and it’s safe to say they’ve
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inherited the acting gene. At the age of eight and six respectively, Vivian and Georgette made their acting debuts in “The Boss,” which the couple co-wrote. Don’t expect to see them in any more films anytime soon, though, because it seems to have been a one-off. “We said, ‘You can do it again right after college.
However, it’s not just fun and games (and acting) in the McCarthy-Falcone household. The couple, who are on the same page when it comes to parenting, wants to instill discipline in their kids, too. So, despite their daughters’ early foray into acting, neither of them is spoiled and they do chores to earn their allowances.