‘Full House’ Stars: Then & Now – Perez Hilton

Whatever happened to the cast of Full House?

The beloved ABC show ran for eight seasons from 1987 to 1995, and has had a successful five-season revival series Fuller House on Netflix starring much of the main cast.

Related: ‘Fuller House’ Ending After Next Season!

Let’s take a stroll down memory lane and see where they were then, and where they are now!

Bob Saget

The man who held it all together on Full House went on to ultimately reprise his role of Danny Tanner on Fuller House, but has also had a successful career away from the Tannerinos, hosting America’s Funniest Home Videos for eight years, and voicing the future Ted Mosby on the CBS sitcom How I Met Your Mother, among other roles. / (c) ABC & Nicky Nelson/WENN

Lori Loughlin

While Lori went on to star in a 90210 spinoff, several Hallmark movies and TV shows, and start a family of her own with fashion designer Mossimo Giannulli, things haven’t been so cheery for her as of late. In March 2019, Loughlin and her husband were arrested in connection with the college admissions bribery scandal, accused of bribing to have her daughters Isabella and Olivia admitted into the University of Southern California. Following the scandal breaking, she was dropped by Netflix from Fuller House, as well from all of her Hallmark projects. She and her husband maintain their innocence and plan to plead ignorance in the upcoming trial. / (c) ABC & Sheri Determan/WENN

John Stamos

Have mercy! Is it just us, or has John Stamos only gotten better looking with age? Uncle Jesse called it quits with his wife Rebecca Romijn in 2005, and in February 2018 wed Caitlin McHugh before the arrival of their son in April. He reprised his role on Fuller House, also serving as an executive producer for the series. / (c) ABC & Nicky Nelson/WENN

Dave Coulier

Just as he has portrayed funnyman Joey Gladstone on Full House and Fuller House, he’s stuck with comedy IRL, too! Although he’s best known for his role of Joey, the actor has continued to have a successful voice-acting career after the wrap of the sitcom, and has done stand-up tours nationwide. / (c) ABC & WENN

Candace Cameron-Bure

While she’s still best known for her role as big sis D.J. Tanner, Miz Bure has gone on to explore many ventures! She competed on season 18 of Dancing with the Stars, and ultimately finished in third place. From 2015 to 2016, she was a cohost of The View, before joining the Tanner crew for Fuller House. She wed her husband Valeri Bure, a former ice hockey player, in 1996 and has three children: Natasha, Lev, and Maksim. / (c) ABC & Nicky Nelson/WENN

Jodie Sweetin

Following the wrap of the beloved series, Sweetin began using drugs and alcohol at the age of 14, abusing them for the next 15 years before finally becoming sober in December 2008. She has been married three times, and has two daughters from her second and third marriages. Jodie was a contestant on Dancing with the Stars‘ 22nd season, and finished in sixth place. She reprised her role with much of the original cast to star in Fuller House. / (c) ABC & Apega/WENN

Mary-Kate & Ashley Olsen

Arguably the most famous faces to have emerged from the ABC show, what haven’t Mary-Kate and Ashley gone on to do? The twins, who switched on and off with portraying Michelle Tanner, successfully launched a dual-career and starred in multiple movies and TV shows together through the mid-2000s. While they have not acted together since 2004, and officially retired in 2012, they run their fashion labels The Row and Elizabeth & James together, as well as affordable lines Olsenboye and StyleMint/ (c) ABC & Rob Rich/WENN

Andrea Barber

Though Andrea retired from acting to focus on her personal life after Full House wrapped in 1995, she reprised her role of Kimmy Gibbler in a 2012 Funny or Die sketch with costar Dave Coulier, and ultimately resumed her character again for Fuller House as well as a main cast member. / (c) ABC & Apega/WENN

Scott Weinger

You might be surprised to find out that Full House and Fuller House aren’t Scott’s biggest roles! In 1992, he voiced the title character in Disney‘s Aladdin, reprising the role in direct-to-video sequels, TV series, and video games. He graduated magna cum laude from Harvard University in 1998, and has worked as a writer/producer for shows including 90210 and Black-ish. / (c) ABC & FayesVision/WENN

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