The Leonard Nimoy-directed (yes, really) film followed three playboy pals (Ted Danson, Tom Selleck and Steve Guttenberg) whose lives are turned upside down when a cooing bundle is dropped off at their doorstep. Suddenly, they're overrun with bottles instead of brews and lullabies instead of ladies.
The comedy was the highest grossing film of 1987, even surpassing the hugely popular "Fatal Attraction." Although the trio reunited three years later for "Three Men and a Little Lady," the film earned mostly negative reviews.
In honor of baby Mary's 25th birthday (Congrats! You can now rent a car!) let's take a look at what's become of the cast of "Three Men and a Baby." (Side note: Unfortunately, Lisa and Michelle Blair, the twins who portrayed Mary Bennington, the baby in the film, haven't been seen on screen since the the movie's release, and little is known about their personal lives today.)