Whatever happened to the baby in Three Men and a Baby? The TWINS are now all grown up

THREE Men and a Baby identical twins Lisa Blair and Michelle Blair Ontonovich acted alongside three Hollywood hunks while still in nappies.

The pair were immortalised on film with Ted Danson, Tom Selleck and Steve Guttenberg in the hit 1987 comedy about a trio of hapless bachelors tasked with caring for a baby after finding it on their doorstep.


But the siblings had no idea how unusual their early years were until they were much older.

Insurance work Michelle told the Today show back in 2014: "When we were little, it wasn't a big deal to us at all. I think it was when we became teenagers and people started coming up to us a lot more."

Michelle, who works in customer service, added: "And asking us for our autograph and everything."

While most four-month-olds spend their formative weeks babbling at home, Lisa and Michelle's mum applied to a casting call to break the monotony of maternity leave.

Geriann Blair said: "I was just bored at home on leave and I heard about this casting call. I thought it was just a scene in a movie, I had no idea it was a big major motion production."

She was tasked with giving mustachioed heartthrob Tom parenting advice as he cradled the tots on set.

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While cradling one of the firls he got more than he bargained for when they urinated on him, which Geriann called "a real shock".

While director Leonard Nimoy, who is most famous for his role as Spock in Star Trek, praised baby Lisa when she peed on cue during a scene.

Friends star Selleck, now 76, recently denied claims he was favouring retiring after suffering from ill health.

The star, who is the lead star in crime drama Blue Bloods as The New York City Police Commissioner Frank Reagan, refuted claims he's "falling apart".

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