ABC’s Full House is one of the most memorable and beloved sitcoms of the late ‘80s and early ’90s, delivering beautiful moral lessons about love and family in the corniest ways possible.
The series made household names out of actors like John Stamos, Bob Saget, and Candace Cameron Bure, running for a total of eight seasons. It was so popular, in fact, that it spawned a sequel series, Fuller House, focused on Bure’s character, eldest Tanner daughter DJ, and her family, which will air its fifth and final season later this year on Netflix.
Many of the actors went on to build lucrative careers in acting, stand-up comedy, and producing, and the youngest of the cast members became the wealthiest of all of them.
Here’s the net worth of the main cast, according to CelebrityNetWorth.com.
9 John Stamos - $25 million
Playing the perfectly-coiffed Uncle Jesse on the series, Stamos continues to sport his gorgeous hair decades later. Working as an actor as well as a producer, musician, and singer, he went on to secure a role on the medical drama ER, then acted on Broadway.
He had a short-lived sitcom called Grandfathered that aired in 2015-2016, and now works as executive producer of the sequel to Full House, Fuller House, which is gearing up for its fifth and final season.
Overall, Stamos has had one of the most successful careers emerging from Full House, so it's really no surprise that his net worth has ended up higher than most of the cast... With a couple of exceptions, of course.
8 Dave Coulier – $5 million
This stand-up comedian, actor, and voice actor is best known for his role as Joey Gladstone on the sitcom, Danny Tanner’s best friend who moves in to help him with his three daughters when his wife passes away.
He is also known for his voice work, including on The Real Ghostbusters cartoon adaptation of the popular movie franchise, and as the infant versions of Animal and Bunsen on Muppet Babies. He has reprised his role as Joey in Fuller House, hosts TV series like America’s Funniest People, and tours as a stand-up comedian.
7 Candace Cameron Bure - $14 million
Heading up the cast on the sequel series Fuller House, reprising her role as DJ who has three kids of her own, Bure also does significant work with Hallmark Channel, most notably in Christmas movies and in the film adaptation of the Aurora Teagarden novels.
The mom of three has also padded her wallet with an appearance on Dancing with the Stars, and as co-host of daytime talk show The View from 2015-2016. She is also an accomplished author, having written four books to date.
6 Jodie Sweetin - $800,000
Falling on hard times in her youth with an addiction to drugs and alcohol, Sweetin has turned her life around and reprised her role as Stephanie Tanner, the middle Tanner child, for Fuller House.
Prior to that, she also did a stint on Dancing with the Stars, but didn’t do much acting in between. She does, however, have a degree as a drug and alcohol counsellor, aimed at helping others through their addictions as well. She has most recently appeared in some Hallmark Channel films.
5 Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen - $400 million
Otherwise known as “The Olsen Twins,” this duo made massive bank after Full House ended, starring in movies, starting their own clothing line, and amassing massive pop culture influence as style icons. They are the only two actors who didn’t reprise their dual role in Fuller House.
Now bona fide fashion designers, the 33-year-old twins own a company called Dualstar, and have been focusing on their business ventures of late. Neither woman has acted since 2004’s New York Minute, but they remain extremely well-known and in the public eye.
4 Bob Saget - $100 million
A successful stand-up comedian, television host, and director as well as actor, Saget went on to host America’s Funniest Home Videos from 1989 to 1997, and reprises his role as Danny Tanner in Fuller House.
Also adding to his hefty bank account was his voice work as the adult Ted Mosby for CBS sitcom How I Met Your Mother through its entire run, from 2005-2014. He released a comedy album in 2014, and can now be seen as host of ABC’s Videos After Dark.
3 Lori Loughlin - $20 million
Best known for playing Aunt Becky on the series, married to Stamos’ Uncle Jesse, Loughlin reprised her role for the first four seasons of Fuller House, though her character will be written out of the final season due to the actor’s involvement with the college admissions scandal that has rocked the nation.
She also had a lucrative career with Hallmark Channel, appearing in many of the network’s films, and has acted in other series, including The CW’s 90210 and When Calls the Heart.
2 Andrea Barber - $2 million
Barber didn’t do much acting after Full House, where she played the annoying neighbor and DJ’s best friend Kimmy Gibbler. She reprised this role for the sequel series Fuller House as a member of the main cast, having moved in with DJ, along with her own teenage daughter, to help with the kids.
She had some small acting credits to her name between the two sitcoms, but seemingly focused more on her education: she has a degree in English from Whittier College and an MA in Women’s Studies from the University of York in England.
1 Scott Weinger - $6 million
While Weinger is best known on screen as Steve, DJ’s boyfriend in Full House, and her rekindled love interest now in Fuller House, many don’t know that Weinger is also the voice of one of the most beloved Disney characters, Aladdin, from the 1992 film as well as two direct-to-video sequels and video game series.
Since his time on Full House, Weinger has been a writer and producer working behind the scenes on series like Galavant and Black-ish, and was co-executive producer of The Muppets.