Dying to know what Stephanie Tanner looks like now? Check out these photos of the Full House cast, from the early 90s and today! If you were a 90s kid, you surely watched at least a few episodes of Full House growing up. The iconic 8-season show was full of cheesy life lessons, silly antics, and nostalgia-in-the-making. The show was an instant classic with cute, little Michelle's iconic one-liners and hunky Uncle Jesse's flowing hair. But what happened to the stars of the show once the series ended in 1995?
Sure, some of the stars remained in the limelight, but others took a break from acting, went to school, or launched completely new career paths. We're going to take you through the cast of Full House so you can see what your favorite San Francisco family is up to these days. Think you know what happened to Danny, Uncle Jesse, and Joey, the Tanner girls, Aunt Becky, Alex and Nicky? Click through to see photos and find out!
Danny TannerPhoto: Full House / ABCThe widowed father of three girls, Danny Tanner is the co-host of Wake Up, San Francisco and the brother-in-law of Jesse Katsopolis. His wife, Pam, was killed in a car crash caused by a drunk driver when the girls were very young. Danny is the un-hip dad who thinks he's the "raddest, baddest" dad ever.
Most people know that Saget was pulling double-duty while Full House was on, hosting America's Funniest Home Videos as well. In 1997, when the comedy-clip show came to an end, he continued doing standup comedy, but he also starred in The WB sitcom Raising Dad and hosted NBC's game show 1 vs. 100. He also narrated and voiced the future Ted Mosby on the CBS sitcom, How I Met Your Mother. Other projects of his included an HBO special dedicated to his father, who died from congestive heart failure. He also parodied himself on Entourage, appeared in the Broadway musical The Drowsy Chaperone, was roasted on Comedy Central, and starred in the short-lived sitcom Surviving Suburbia.
Jesse KatsopolisPhoto: Full House / ABC
Jesse Katsopolis (his real name was Hermes Katsopolis) is the brother-in-law of Danny Tanner, uncle of D.J., Stephanie, and Michelle, husband of Rebecca, and father to twins Alex and Nicky. Jesse moved in with Danny to help him raise his kids after sister Pam's death. Though only expecting to stick around for a few weeks, he ends up staying permanently. A former bad boy and rock musician, he changes his tone when he meets his love, Rebecca Donaldson.
Since the show's finale, Stamos has appeared on numerous television series and films, most notably, a stint on ER and a recurring role on the USA Network series, Necessary Roughness. He also played the role of Albert in the Broadway revival of Bye Bye Birdie. In November 2009, he was awarded a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. He was formerly married to Rebecca Romijn. In 2000, he purchased a sign at the entrance of Disneyland on eBay for $30,700 and now has a lifetime pass to the amusement park.