Jodie Sweetin is a model and actress. Jodie Sweetin is an American actress who has a net worth of $2 million and earns a salary of $150,000 a year. Sweetin is arguably best recognized for her role as Stephanie Tanner on Full House and its spin-off, Fuller House, although she has also appeared in several other television shows.
Jodie has also booked roles in a variety of other television projects as well as indie films in addition to these two projects. She has also created her own podcast and has starred in a variety of ads during her career.
Jodie Lee-Ann Sweetin was born on January 19, 1982, in Los Angeles, California, and spent her early years there. Both of her parents were serving jail sentences at the time of her birth, and she was promptly adopted by her uncle, Sam Sweetin, and his wife, who raised her as their own.
Jodie began taking dance lessons at a very young age, beginning with ballet and tap dancing when she was three years old. During her high school years, she became acquainted with actor Matthew Morrison, with whom she collaborated on a number of musical performances. After graduating from high school, Sweetin went on to study at Chapman University in Orange, California.
When Jodie was five years old, she was already landing commercial jobs, which launched her career at an incredibly early age. She earned the role of Pamela in the sitcom Valerie, which premiered in 1987. The show was later titled The Hogan Family after the Hogan family.
In the same year, she was cast as Stephanie Tanner in the television series Full House. Although the show did not garner positive reviews from critics, it was able to attract a large number of viewers and achieve great Nielson ratings during its run. Despite the show’s cancellation in 1995, Jodie remained with it till the finish.
The young actress’s performance in it proved to be a career-defining one, with many people expecting great things from her moving forward.
Sweetin, on the other hand, succumbed to the destiny of many child stars during this time period and became hooked on drugs and alcohol at the age of 14 after the show Full House came to an end in 1989. Her addiction persisted for the following 15 years, during which time she experimented with a variety of narcotics such as ecstasy, meth, and crack cocaine, among others.
After a lengthy absence from the entertainment industry due to drug difficulties, she returned in 2006 as presenter of Pants-Off Dance-Off, a dance competition show that airs on the Fuse television network. She also had a role in the pilot for the television series Small Bits of Happiness.
Despite the fact that the show was never broadcast, it was honored with a Best Comedy Award at the Independent Television Festival in Los Angeles. Following this triumph, Jodie shifted her focus to independent films such as Port City and Redefining Love, both of which she appeared in.
In 2011, she joined the cast of the web series Can’t Get Arrested, and she went on to act in the television film Singled Out the following year.
Because she had re-established herself in the acting industry, Jodie Sweetin was in a good position to return to the Full House reboot, Fuller House, to reprise her previous role. Five seasons of the Netflix series were broadcast, with the final episode airing in 2020.
During this time, Jodie also found time to appear on the television show Hollywood Darlings and to launch her own podcast, Never Thought I’d Say This, which she continues today. Sweetin competed in the 22nd season of Dancing with the Stars when she was still a cast member of Fuller House, where she finished in sixth place.
Sweetin published a memoir in 2009 titled UnSweetined, in which she chronicles her spiral into drug addiction following the conclusion of Fuller House.
Jodie married her first husband, Shaun Holguin, a Los Angeles Police Department officer when she was 20 years old. They separated in 2006 and divorced in 2007. Cody Herpin, her second husband, and she were married in 2007. Until their divorce in 2008, they were the parents of a single kid.
Morty Coyle, a man she met in 2009, became the love of her life. In 2010, they became parents to a kid together, and in 2012, they tied the knot. By 2013, the couple had filed for divorce. In 2016, she became engaged to a man named Justin Hodak, but the couple decided to call off their engagement in 2017.