A Look At The Original “Gerber Baby” 85 Years Later

A Look At The Original “Gerber Baby” 85 Years Later
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From 1928 to 1931, Ann Turner Cook was the original face of Gerber. Earlier this morning, the 85-year-old American mystery novelist appeared on the TODAY show to pass the torch to the new face of Gerber, 8-month-old Mary Jane Montoya.

Mary Jane was one of 300,000 children whose parents entered for a chance to have their child represent the Gerber brand in 2013.

As the lucky of winner of this year’s contest, the toddler will receive a nationwide Gerber ad and a $50,000 cash prize placed into her college fund.

Ashton Tyler | Elite.

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