Lori Loughlin, a staple of television in the late 1980s and early 1990s due to her role as Aunt Becky on Full House, has put together a solid acting career that has spanned nearly four decades.
Due to her lucrative career on Full House and various other acting jobs, Loughin has accumulated quite a respectable net worth throughout the years.
Lori Loughlin Net Worth 2019: $8 million
Lori Loughlin, best known for portraying Aunt Becky on the classic ABC sitcom Full House, has a reported estimated net worth of $8 million.
Childhood & Early Life (1964-1979)
Loughlin was born on July 28, 1964, in Queens, New York City, before moving to Hauppauge on Long Island when she was young.
While growing up on Long Island, Loughlin attended Oaks School #3 Elementary School in Oceanside before graduating from Hauppauge High School in the year 1982.
Acting Career Begins (1980-1987)
When Loughlin was just 15-years-old, she was cast in the role of Jody Travis in the ABC soap opera The Edge of Night. She would go on to appear on The Edge of Night from 1980 to 1983.
Following her breakthrough on The Edge of Night, she went on to appear in a handful of small roles in projects such as Matt Houston, The Tom Swift and Linda Craig Mystery Hour, North Beach and Rawhide, Brotherhood of Justice, The Equalizer, A Place to Call Home, The New Kids, Secret Admirer, Rad, Back to the Beach, and The Night Before.
Full House Fame (1988-1995)
In the year 1998, Loughlin began starring as Rebecca Donaldson — better known as “Aunt Becky” — on the hit ABC sitcom Full House.
While maintaining her starring role on Full House, Loughlin also appeared in TV series and movies such as Great Performances, Doing Time on Maple Drive, Empty Cradle, A Stranger in the Mirror, One of her Own, Abandoned and Deceived, during this time period.
After Full House Career(1996-2013)
Following her Full House career, Loughlin went on to appear in a handful of movies such as Casper: A Spirited Beginning, Critical Mass, Suckers, Farce of the Penguins, Moondance Alexander, Old Dogs, and Crawlspace.
She also made appearances on other television series, as she began starring in the Tony Danza-starring ABC sitcom Hudson Street in 1995, although the show was canceled after one season.
In the late 90s and early 2000s, Loughlin would mainly make guest appearances on television series such as The Larry Sanders Show, Suddenly Susan, Seinfeld, Cursed, Spin City, Birds of Prey, The Drew Carey Show, Summerland, Justice League: Unlimited, Missing, Jake in Progress, Ghost Whisperer, 90210, Psych, Major Crimes, and Blue Bloods.
When Calls the Heart, Fuller House & College Admissions Scandal (2014-Present)
In 2014, Loughlin began starring as Abigail Stanton on the Hallmark Channel When Calls the Heart.
In 2016, Full House was revived with a sequel series on Netflix titled Fuller House. Fuller House includes most of the original cast, including Loughlin, minus the Olsen twins.
On March 12, 2019, Loughlin — who was one of 50 people charged in a massive college admissions scandal — was charged with felony conspiracy to commit mail fraud and honest services mail fraud.
According to the indictment, Loughlin allegedly gave $500,000 to say her child — Olivia Jade — was part of the rowing team despite not being an actual member.
This article will be updated with new information as time passes to better reflect Loughlin’s current net worth.