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Then and now: 'Full House'

What do the stars of the show look like today, and what are they up to?

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    "Full House" is TGIF's most-successful and enduring shows.

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    D.J. Tanner, played by Candace Cameron

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    Candace Cameron married hockey player Valeri Bure in 1996, and the couple has three children. After a ten-year hiatus from Hollywood, Candace has made appearances in several TV shows and movies. She became a best-selling author with her book "Reshaping It All: Motivation for Physical and Spiritual Fitness" and launched an online magazine. She is very involved in charitable causes and sharing her faith. She is a competitor on the current season of "Dancing With the Stars" and is still best friends with the actress who played Kimmy Gibbler, Andrea Barber.

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    Danny Tanner, played by Bob Saget

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    After "Full House," Bob Saget returned to his stand-up comedy background, surprising many fans of the family-friendly show with his more-vulgar comedy act. Bob also provided the "future voice" of Ted Mosby, the main character in "How I Met Your Mother." He has made several guest appearances in a variety of TV shows, movies, and Broadway plays, including writing and directing credits.

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    Jesse Katsopolis, played by John Stamos

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    Since "Full House," John Stamos has starred in a variety of made-for-TV movies, theater productions, TV series and commercials, including "ER." He married model Rebecca Romijn in 1998, but the couple divorced in 2005.

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    Joey Gladstone, played by Dave Coulier

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    Dave Coulier has made a variety of TV appearances since "Full House" ended, including doing voiceover work for cartoons. He is now a member of touring comedy troupe Duck's Breath Mystery Theater alongside his solo stand-up gigs. Dave introduced his hockey pal Valeri Bure to former co-star Candace Cameron, who later married.

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    Michelle Tanner, played by Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen

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    Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen, who both played Michelle to comply with child-labor laws, went on to make a variety of appearances on TV and in movies. After their second feature film in 2004, "New York Minute," Ashley gave up acting. The twins became co-presidents of Dualstar, a company that markets teen-focused products like perfumes and home decor. The two became well known in fashion circles and have their own lines of clothing. In 2004, Mary Kate entered treatment for anorexia. In 2009, Ashley filed a $40 million lawsuit against the National Enquirer for depicting her as being involved in a drug scandal.

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    Stephanie Tanner, played by Jodie Sweetin

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    Like many other child stars, Jodie Sweetin struggled with drugs, eventually writing a book about her addictions. She made appearances in several TV shows and movies, focusing on independent films. In 2002, she married her first husband, but the couple divorced in 2006. She married her second husband in 2007, and the couple had one daughter, but divorced in 2010. That same year, she gave birth to a second child with her boyfriend, who she later married in 2012. Just over a year later, the couple separated.

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    Rebecca Donaldson-Katsopolis, played by Lori Loughlin

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    Lori Loughlin starred in the spin-off series "90210" 2008-2011 along with many other TV and movie appearances, nominated for several awards. In 1997, she married fashion designer Mossimo Giannulli, her second marriage. They have two daughters together.

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    Kimmy Gibbler, played by Andrea Barber

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    After "Full House" ended, Andrea Barber retired from acting. She was married in 2002 and has two children. After earning a master's degree, she began working at Whittier College as assistant to the director of the Office of International Programs.

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    Nicky and Alex Katsopolis, played by Blake and Dylan Tuomy-Wilhoit

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    When "Full House" was over, Blake (left) and Dylan (right) quit acting. Now in their 20s, the twins who played Jesse and Rebecca's sons seem happy to be away from acting. Blake lives in Atlanta and is becoming a firefighter. Dylan is in California doing post-production for movies. When some of the "Full House" cast met up for a 25th anniversary, the twins were not invited. Blake tweeted that it was OK and that he wasn't offended.

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    Steve, played by Scott Weinger

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    Pictured here with fellow "Full House" cast members at a 2008 benefit, Scott Weinger is also well known as the voice of Disney's Aladdin. After his time on "Full House," Scott majored in English at Harvard University and graduated magna cum laude in 1998. Since then, he has had several small roles in TV shows and movies, but has lately focused on writing and producing, including credits on shows like "90210," "What I Like About You," and "The Neighbors."

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    Comet, played by Buddy

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    Buddy, originally a stray dog, played Comet for six seasons. After "Full House," he starred in "Air Bud" and "Air Bud: Golden Receiver." Sadly, in 1997, Buddy's right hind leg was amputated due to synovial cell sarcoma, a type of cancer that occurs near the joints. He died in his sleep due to complications from cancer on February 10, 1998.