Lori Loughlin is best known for playing lovable Aunt Becky in popular comedy show Full House. However, in 2019 it was reported that the actress had been dropped from its Netflix spin-off Fuller House. And the scandalous truth behind the alleged axing left fans shocked.
Loughlin was born in New York City, but grew up on Long Island. She enjoyed acting as a child, but started out her career as a model at the age of 11. Just a few years later – when Loughlin was 15 – she secured her first major TV role, starring as wannabe dancer Jody Travis in ABC show The Edge of Night.
Loughlin appeared in The Edge of Night for three years. She then left the soap opera in 1983 and went on to star in a series of films and TV shows. However, it was in 1988 that the actress secured what’s probably her most famous role, playing Rebecca Donaldson in the ABC comedy Full House.