Three Men and A Little Lady’s Mary Robin Weisman actress is unrecognizable 32 years after the hit ’90s film
OF all those who find themselves in the Hollywood spotlight, child actors often have a particularly odd view of things.
Some make their intro and become big hits, while others fade away pretty quickly and fade into obscurity.
In any case, most remember them for at least one role in their young careers.
In the case of Robin Weisman, she is best remembered for her role as Mary in the 1990 comedy Three Men and a Little Lady.
Three Men and a Little Lady is a sequel to the 1987 hit Three Men and a Baby, which also starred Tom Selleck, Ted Danson and Steve Guttenberg.
While the members of this trio were all established characters in the franchise, Mary Bennington, played by Robin Weisman, was a new face on the show.
The titular little lady stole the show, kicking off her career on the right foot.
Although she determined early on that Hollywood wasn’t her cup of tea, Weisman went on to star in a handful of other projects before stepping out of the limelight.
Keys, a made-for-TV drama starring Marg Helgenberger released in 1994, is her last credited role.
After Keys, Weisman decided to leave acting to enjoy his childhood and pursue other projects.
As she got older, she attended the University of Florida and earned her degree in business studies.
As of 2020, she works in marketing and is a proud Disney fanatic, as evidenced by her Twitter feed.