Should a comma be included when listing age?

When listing age under someone’s name for reference, does there need to be a comma between “age” and the number?

My company is running an ad for a beauty supplement featuring our brand ambassador for the product. The main image is a headshot of our ambassador with her name and her age listed below.

In my specific example, should her age be written:
A) Age, 62
or
B) Age 62 ?

We generally use Chicago, but it seems like there wouldn’t be a difference across the different styles.

Answer

No comma in your example. I’ve seen examples like this:

Joe Brown, age 57, CEO of Brown Industries Co.

Jane Jones, age 62, Founder & President Jane, Inc.

Or you could omit age and have

Participants were three males (ages 30, 31, 46), and two females (ages 31 and 35).

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