Twenty-seven years after "3 Men and a Baby" hit theaters, the identical twin actresses who played Baby Mary are all grown up. Funny how time works like that.
Lisa Blair and Michelle Blair Ontonovich were just 4-months-old when they took turns playing Mary Bennington alongside Tom Selleck, Ted Danson and Steve Guttenberg in the 1987 box office smash. If you were wondering what ever happened to the Blair sisters, well, the "Today" show has it covered.
The sisters stopped by Monday, June 16, to chat with co-host Savannah Guthrie about their experience (of which they obviously have no recollection). So what was it like to grow up and realize they were part of such a huge movie?
"At first, when we were little, it wasn't a big deal to us at all," Michelle explained. "I think it was when we became teenagers, people started coming up to us a lot more …"
"Asking us for our autographs and everything," Lisa said, finishing her sister's sentence.
The sisters didn't explain how anyone would have recognized them as teenagers from the role they played as infants, but it apparently happened.
These days both Blair sisters have left Hollywood behind them. Lisa, who also appeared in "Morella" in 1999, works in customer service, while Michelle works in the insurance industry and is married with a 5-month-old son.
Tune into "Today" all week to see more of Hollywood's box office babies all grown up.