David Schwimmer shows off his adorable daughter on rare family outing

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David Schwimmer and his family made a rare red carpet appearance this week. The actor was not only joined by his wife Zoe Buckman, but also their adorable four-year-old daughter Cleo. David, 48, proudly carried his little girl as the trio arrived for a benefit in West Hollywood on Sunday.

Cleo wrapped her arms around both her parents as they stood and posed for photographs. With a head of gorgeous curls, the cute youngster bears a striking resemblance to her mummy, and has also inherited her daddy’s winning smile.

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David Schwimmer, Zoe Buckman and their little girl Cleo



Once inside the star-studded event - the 12th annual John Varvatos Stuart House Benefit – proud David and Zoe continued to dote on their only child, as she played at a crafts table.

Among those who attended the event alongside the Schwimmers were Zach Braff, LL Cool J, Billy Ray Cyrus, Ray Romano, Michael Bolton and Kate Walsh. While the children were entertained in specially set-up tents, adults could shop, bid on silent auctions and enjoy some good food – raising almost a million dollars in the process.

David and actress Zoe have been married since June 2010, and welcomed little Cleo in May 2011. "It's just a blast," David previously told US Weekly of being a dad. "Every day she makes me laugh… It's thrilling to see the changes."

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The family made a rare public appearance at a benefit event in Hollywood



David is of course best known for playing Ross Gellar on the hit US TV show Friends. While fans were left disappointed by Courteney Cox’s comments this week that those hoping for a reunion should "let it go" – they can look forward to seeing David take on a brand new role.

The actor is set to play O.J. Simpson's 'Dream Team' attorney Robert Kardashian – the late father of Kim, Khloe, Kourtney and Rob Kardashian – in the upcoming miniseries American Crime Story: The People v O.J. Simpson.

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