Lori Loughlin Boyfriends 2019: Who Is Lori Dating Now?

Lori Loughlin is better known as Aunt Becky for her iconic role on Full House. Loughlin is also known for her roles in The Edge of Night and 90210.

Loughlin began modeling at age 11 and eventually took up acting at a young age. Her resume is long and impressive.

Recently, Loughlin has been caught up in a messy bribery scandal. Loughlin was charged with conspiracy to mail fraud and honest services mail fraud. Loughlin allegedly paid off University of Southern California officials to admit her daughters into school.

Who has Loughlin dated? Check out her full dating history below.


Mark Arnold

While on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen, Loughlin admitted she dated her The Edge of Night co-star Mark Arnold. It’s unknown when the actors started dating or for how long they were together. Loughlin and Arnold were on the show from 1980 until 1983.


Christopher Atkins 1981-1982

Loughlin dated fellow actor Christopher Atkins from 1981 until 1982. The young couple attended the 1981 Golden Globes together. The couple were together for a year before calling it quits in 1982.


Michael Burns 1989-1996

Loughlin was married to investment banker Michael Burns from 1989 to 1996. Burns is no the Vice Chairman of Lionsgate. They were married for seven years before getting a divorce in 1996.


Mossimo Giannulli 1995-Present

On Thanksgiving day in 1997, Loughlin and Mossimo Giannulli eloped. Giannulli is the fashion designer behind Mossimo clothing line, which is primarily sold in Targets. The two met in 1995.

The couple has two daughters together, Isabella Rose and Olivia Jade. Olivia is a popular beauty YouTuber and has almost two million subscribers.

Lori Loughlin and her daughters Olivia Jade and Isabella Rose at the 2017 Teen Choice Awards

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In March 2019, Loughlin and Giannulli were charged with conspiracy to mail fraud and honest services mail fraud. The two were involved in a college admissions bribery scheme. They allegedly bribed college administrators and coaches at USC to admit their daughters under the guise of being student-athletes. This way their test scores didn’t have to meet the academic requirements. They paid $500,000 to the school officials under the guise of a donation to charity.

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