‘Full House’ 30th Anniversary: See What the Cast Looks Like Today

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Full House - Jodie Sweetin, Bob Saget, Candace Cameron, John Stamos, Mary-Kate Olsen, Dave Coulier

The original cast of Full House back in the day.

Bob Saget
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Bob Saget, who played Danny Tanner, still looks the same compared to 30 years ago (plus the glasses).

Candace Cameron
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Candace Cameron Bure was 11-years-old when she landed the part of eldest Tanner daughter, D.J.

John Stamos
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That hair, that face! Heartthrob John Stamos rocked a number of questionable hairstyles, including a mullet.

Lori Loughlin
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Time doesn’t seem to have an effect on the beautiful Lori Loughlin.

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Dave Coulier can still make us laugh and has stayed busy with guest roles on a ton of TV series.

Jodie Sweetin
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Jodie Sweetin was 5-years-old when she got the part as Stephanie Tanner. Her comedic timing was unmatched at that age!

Andrea Barber
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Andrea Barber starred as Kimmy Gibbler, the quirky friend of D.J. who was practically part of the family.


And, of course, we can’t forget Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, who teamed to play Michelle Tanner. The twin girls were just over one year old when the show debuted and quickly became fan favorites with their one-liners and catchphrases.

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Have mercy! It’s been 30 years since ABC premiered a new family sitcom called Full House on Friday, Sept. 22, 1987, and the rest has been history. The show quickly became a fan favorite, with viewers relating to the odd-but-funny family dynamics and quick wit of the kid actors.

Since its premiere, Full House has been watched by over one billion people and has remained on TV in some capacity for three decades, even though the series finale aired in 1995 (the full library of original episodes will be available to stream on Hulu beginning Sept. 29).

The Full House love is so real that Netflix created its own original, spin-off series, Fuller House, which launches its third season on Full House‘s 30-year anniversary date, Friday, Sept. 22, 2017. Netflix released the below video with some of the cast reflecting back on 30 years.

Check out the gallery above to see how the original Full House cast has changed over the past 30 years!