Everywhere you look, Full House is! The family favorite sitcom debuted in 1987, and it's hard to believe that May 23 marks 25 years since the ABC sitcom left airwaves. Though we saw many of the original cast members come back on the Netflix revival series, Fuller House, we're taking a look back to see how all of the Tanner family and their friends have grown up in the years since the show ended.
Bob Saget: Then
Wake up with Danny Tanner, San Francisco! The stand-up comedian portrayed the father of the house, a morning talk show host and clean freak taking care of his three daughters as a single dad after his wife, Pam, died in a car accident.
Bob Saget: Now
After the sitcom wrapped, Saget continued his comedy career. His stand-up special That's What I'm Talkin' About was nominated for a GRAMMY, and in 2014, he wrote a memoir called Dirty Daddy: The Chronicles of a Family Man Turned Filthy Comedian, which became a bestseller. The 64-year-old actor also hosted America's Funniest Home Videos, which actually started during Full House's original run. Saget returned as Danny Tanner for Fuller House, though he wasn't the star of the show. Still, Danny was an important presence as D.J. took on a full house of her own in the Netflix revival. Previously married to Sherri Kramer, with whom he shares three daughters, Saget wed Kelly Rizzo in 2018.
John Stamos: Then
The hunky actor and singer starred as Danny Tanner's brother-in-law Jesse Katsopolis, who moved in with the Tanners to help raise his three nieces. A bad boy with a heart of gold, Jesse also memorably sang with the Beach Boys. Have mercy! Before landing his role on Full House, John starred on Dreams, You Again? and General Hospital.
John Stamos: Now
Yep, his hair is still great! The 56-year-old actor continued to steal hearts on the small screen, appearing on Thieves, Jake in Progress, ER, Glee, The New Normal, Necessary Roughness and Grandfathered. He served as the self-appointed captain for Fuller House, signing on to produce the series and announcing many of the casting confirmations on his social media accounts. He wed Caitlin McHugh in 2018, and the pair welcomed son Billy that same year.
Dave Coulier: Then
The Canadian actor eventually became just as famous for being called out in one of ex Alanis Morissette's songs, but first, he made us all laugh as actor Joey Gladstone. Uncle Joey was Danny Tanner's childhood best friend who also moves in to help raise the three girls.
Dave Coulier: Now
Cut it out! Much like Bob Saget, Coulier hosted shows as well, namely America's Most Talented Kid. He's also popped up on reality TV on The Surreal Life, Skating With Celebrities and Worst Cooks in America: Celebrity Edition. As he did before starring on Full House, the 60-year-old comedian continued to voice characters for TV shows like Extreme Ghostbusters, China, IL and Robot Chicken, In 2014, he wed photographer Melissa Bring, and many of his Full House co-stars attended the nuptials. He has one son, Luc, from a previous marriage to Jayne Modean. Coulier returned for Fuller House and directed some episodes of the Netflix series, and he most recently appeared on an episode of Dollface as his himself.
Candace Cameron Bure: Then
The bubbly blonde starred as the eldest Tanner sister, Donna Jo, better known as D.J. The younger sister of Kirk Cameron, the '90s teen heartthrob who starred in Growing Pains, Candace had acted in commercials, guest roles on Alice, St. Elsewhere and Who's the Boss? and 1987's Some Kind of Wonderful before scoring the role of D.J. at age 11.
Candace Cameron Bure: Now
Now 44, Candace continued to act after Full House ended, taking on guest roles on sitcoms as well as parts in quite a few TV movies, especially on the Hallmark Channel, as well as a starring role on Make It or Break It. She also played the eponymous role in over a dozen Aurora Teagarden Mystery movies and competed in season 18 of Dancing With the Stars. She returned to the role of D.J. in the Full House revival on Netflix, Fuller House, which revolved around her character as an adult with three children of her own. In 1996, she wed NHL pro Valeri Bure, and the pair have three kids together.
Jodie Sweetin: Then
The Los Angeles native was five when she was cast as snarky middle sister Stephanie Tanner on Full House. She became nearly synonymous with her character's catchphrase, "How rude!"
Jodie Sweetin: Now
After Full House, the actress graduated from Los Alamitos High School and went on to Chapman University, both in California. Sweetin, now 38, went through a notoriously tough time following child star fame and endured a 15-year substance abuse issue that started shortly after Full House ended, which she chronicled in her 2009 memoir, unSweetined. She got sober in December 2008 and went on to work as a clinical logistics coordinator at a drug rehab center in L.A. and became an advocate for addiction and recovery. She appeared on reality TV shows, hosting Fuse's Pants-Off Dance-Off competition and competing on Dancing With the Stars in 2016, and acted in indie films, the web show Can't Get Arrested and the 2017 docu-comedy Hollywood Darlings. In 2015, she reprised her role of Stephanie Tanner on Fuller House (the series will wrap in June 2020), and she began co-hosting a parenting podcast called Never Thought I'd Say This in 2019. In her personal life, she has two daughters -- Zoie, from her marriage to ex Cody Herpin, and Beatrix, from her marriage to ex Morty Coyle -- and ended a 14-month engagement to Justin Hodak in 2017.
Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen: Then
You got it, dudes! The adorable Olsen twins were just six months old when they were cast to play the rambunctious youngest Tanner daughter, Michelle. The role made them instant child stars and during their Full House run, they also starred in The Adventures of Mary-Kate & Ashley shorts and TV movies like To Grandmother's House We Go, Double, Double Toil and Trouble and How the West Was Fun.
Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen: Now
The twins continued to star in movies together, including a slew before turning 18 like It Takes Two, Our Lips Are Sealed, Holiday in Rome and New York Minute. They also starred in two short-lived series, Two of a Kind and So Little Time. Though Mary-Kate took on a recurring role on Weeds and has reportedly considered a return to acting, aside from small roles here and there, both women have largely opted to stay out of the Hollywood spotlight. After briefly attending NYU for college, the now 33-year-olds embarked on successful fashion careers, designing the lines Elizabeth and James and The Row. As for their personal lives, Ashley is dating artist Louis Eisner, while Mary-Kate and her husband, Olivier Sarkozy, split in May 2020 after five years of marriage.
Lori Loughlin: Then
You can't have Uncle Jesse without Aunt Becky! Loughlin starred as Rebecca Donaldson-Katsopolis, Danny Tanner's Wake Up, San Francisco co-host who would go on to marry Jesse and welcome twin boys on the show.
Lori Loughlin: Now
After Full House, the 55-year-old actress continued to have a very steady small-screen career. She played Jody Travis on The Edge of Night, Debbie Wilson on 90210 and co-created, produced and starred in Summerland. She also became a Hallmark Channel regular, playing Jennifer Shannon in the Garage Sale Mystery series and Abigail Stanton on When Calls the Heart and reprised her role as Aunt Becky on Fuller House. Loughlin and husband Mossimo Giannulli wed in 1997 and have two daughters, Isabella and Olivia, with Olivia becoming famous on YouTube as an influencer. The husband-and-wife duo have since become notorious with the 2019 college admissions scandal, which has overshadowed Loughlin's career; she was dropped from both When Calls the Heart and Fuller House after the scandal came to light.
Andrea Barber: Then
The California-born actress became everyone's (least) favorite neighbor, Kimmy Gibler, whom the Tanner family was stuck with because she also happened to be D.J.'s clueless BFF. Full House was not Barber's first acting role -- before landing the role of Kimmy, she appeared on Days of Our Lives, Fantasy Island, St. Elsewhere and The Twilight Zone, among other '80s shows.
Andrea Barber: Now
Barber, 43, continued her education after Full House wrapped. She graduated from Whittier College in California and went on to earn her master's degree. She returned to acting to once again play Kimmy Gibler on Fuller House, helping her newly widowed best friend, D.J., cope with life as a single mom. Barber wed Jeremy Rytky in 2002 but they divorced in 2014; they share two children, a daughter named Felicity and a son named Tate.