Casey Wilson And David Caspe Welcomed Their Third Child

Casey Wilson

Casey Wilson and her husband David Caspe just had their third child, a girl. Francis Rose is the name given to her by the couple. David Caspe is a film and television writer and producer who has developed series such as Happy Endings, Marry Me, and others. On January 26, Wilson revealed the news on the podcast B**ch Sesh: A Real Housewives Breakdown, claiming that Francis was born via surrogacy. She then uploaded photos of the infant on Instagram with the statement,

“We have entered the Age of Aquarius!” Frances ‘Frankie’ Rose Caspe, our angel, has arrived!”

Wilson also expressed her support for surrogacy, saying Rose was more than she could have hoped for. She went on to say that having Rose completed the holy circle of mother and daughter that she had always hoped for, and that she hopes her grandma could see Francis. Casey Wilson had experienced postpartum depression after becoming pregnant. Wilson added that she was not embarrassed and that there was a medical reason she would not have chosen surrogacy, but she is glad she did. She went on,

“Going through surrogacy has been the most meaningful experience of my life. I can’t express how wonderful this lady and friend has been. She’s a guardian angel. Surrogates are walking angels among us.”

David Caspe is well-known for creating several comedies.

Wilson’s spouse, David Caspe, debuted as a screenwriter in 2012 with the satirical dark comedy film That’s My Boy. From April 13, 2011 until May 3, 2013, he developed the ABC comedy Happy Endings, which ran for three seasons with 57 episodes. Marry Me, which aired on NBC, was his second program. From October 14, 2014 through May 14, 2015, the program ran for one season with 18 episodes. Casey Wilson, Ken Marino, John Gemberling, Sarah Wright Olsen, Tymberlee Hill, Dan Bucatinsky, and Tim Meadows played the key parts in Marry Me.

Casey Wilson

He proceeded to produce programs such as Champaign ILL and Black Monday. He rose to prominence as co-creator and executive producer of the NBC comedy Kenan. The program ran for two seasons, from February 16, 2021 to January 31, 2022, and was well received by reviewers and audiences alike. Caspe’s most recent project was the Netflix workplace comedy series Blockbuster, on which he served as an executive producer. Blockbuster, which premiered on November 3, 2022, garnered dismal reviews and was not renewed for a second season.

Casey Wilson and David Caspe married in 2014.

When Casey Wilson auditioned for Happy Endings, she met David Caspe. In the ABC comedy, Wilson played Penelope Aziz “Penny” Hartz. The couple dated for two years before getting engaged in 2013. They married in May 2014, and their first child, Max Red Caspe, was born in May 2015. Henry Bear Caspe, their second son, was born in August 2017.

Casey Wilson

Casey Wilson has been on television programs such as Burning Love, How I Met Your Father, Drunk History, American Dad!, Grey’s Anatomy, and others. She has appeared in films such as The Brothers Solomon, Julie & Julia, Freak Dance, Gone Girl, Long Weekend, The Listener, and many more.