Entrepreneur, actress, producer and author, Jodie Sweetin garnered the love of millions in her role as Stephanie Tanner on ABC's long-running, hugely popular sitcom “Full House,” which still airs in syndication, and the widely popular Netflix spinoff “Fuller House.” The return of “Fuller House” has been a favorite across numerous generations and most recently won the People’s Choice Award for Favorite Premium Comedy Series, the Kids Choice Award for Favorite Family TV Show as well as the Teen Choice Award for Choice TV: Comedy in 2016, 2017, 2018 along with being nominated for Choice TV: Chemistry in 2018 and Choice TV: Comedy in 2019.
Jodie ventured into the world of podcasts with the launch of “Never Thought I’d Say This.” Jodie, along with her best friend and life coach Celia Behar, hilariously tackle all areas of parenting and give unfiltered advice to listeners.
In 2017, Jodie toplined her first Hallmark movie “Finding Santa” and her second Hallmark movie, “Entertaining Santa,” and she recorded her own rendition of “Santa Baby” with her friend Jacob Tolliver. Jodie also starred in the Hallmark movies “Love Under The Rainbow” and “Merry and Bright” while becoming a frequent fill in co-host on the CBS daytime talk series “The Talk.”
In addition, Jodie starred with her actress friends Beverley Mitchell and Christine Lakin in the unscripted comedy, “Hollywood Darlings,” which ran for two seasons on POP TV. In addition to co-starring, Jodie served as co-Executive Producer on the project.
In 2016, Jodie was the 3rd most googled actress of the year and the 6th most searched subject on Yahoo. Jodie also lit up the dance floor on ABC’s “Dancing with the Stars” where she partnered with Keo Motsepe that year.
Originally from Orange County, Jodie always knew she wanted to be an entertainer. Her mom saw that she loved performing and at 3 1/2 years old, she began doing a few print ads and commercials. She soon booked her breakout role in “Full House,” and secured her spot in pop culture with her cute lisp and catchy tag line, “How rude!”
In 2009, Jodie published her memoir, UnSweetined, documenting her life growing up in the spotlight and the years after. Jodie wrote the book as a means to show that she was human, had faults, but most importantly, she had strength and courage. In sharing her story, she hopes she has been able to help others confront their issues head-on and move forward.
In her rare spare time, Jodie loves to dive into a good book. Jodie lives in Los Angeles and usually keeps busy going on adventures with her daughters, Zoie and Beatrix.