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Also Known As: Lori Anne Loughlin Died:
Born: July 28, 1964 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Queens, New York, USA Profession: actor, model

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As the sweet-natured Becky Katsopolis on the long-running sitcom "Full House" (ABC, 1987-1995), actress Lori Loughlin endeared herself to millions of Friday night television viewers and along the way became a familiar face. She went on to project a similarly girl-next-door image in family-oriented television movies, but despite headlining several subsequent series, including the buddy cop comedy "Hudson Street" (ABC, 1995-96) and the drama "Summerland" (The WB, 2004-05) - which she co-created - Loughlin had trouble shaking the image of her role on the squeaky clean '80s sitcom. Loughlin somewhat reinvented her image on The CW's teen revival "90210" (2008-13), where she was met with an overwhelmingly positive response from a new generation of fans to whom she represented the hip, youthful Beverly Hills mom. Though her attempts to make a name on the big screen was met with some resistance, thanks to little-seen indies like "Moondance Alexander" (2007) and the critically maligned comedy "Old Dogs" (2009), Loughlin was still a very welcomed weekly presence in millions of homes across the country.

As the sweet-natured Becky Katsopolis on the long-running sitcom "Full House" (ABC, 1987-1995), actress Lori Loughlin endeared herself to millions of Friday night television viewers and along the way became a familiar face. She went on to project a similarly girl-next-door image in family-oriented television movies, but despite headlining several subsequent series, including the buddy cop comedy "Hudson Street" (ABC, 1995-96) and the drama "Summerland" (The WB, 2004-05) - which she co-created - Loughlin had trouble shaking the image of her role on the squeaky clean '80s sitcom. Loughlin somewhat reinvented her image on The CW's teen revival "90210" (2008-13), where she was met with an overwhelmingly positive response from a new generation of fans to whom she represented the hip, youthful Beverly Hills mom. Though her attempts to make a name on the big screen was met with some resistance, thanks to little-seen indies like "Moondance Alexander" (2007) and the critically maligned comedy "Old Dogs" (2009), Loughlin was still a very welcomed weekly presence in millions of homes across the country.

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1980:
At age 15 cast to play Jody Travis, an aspiring dancer on the CBS daytime drama "The Edge of Night"
1979:
TV-movie debut, "Too Far To Go"
1983:
Feature film debut, "Amityville: 3D"
1985:
Played C. Thomas Howell's tomboy bestfriend in "Secret Admirer"
1985:
Made TV miniseries debut in "North Beach and Rawhide" (CBS)
1995:
Cast in regular role on the short lived ABC sitcom "Hudson Street"
1997:
Starred opposite Cicely Tyson in the TV-movie "The Price of Heaven"
2004:
Co-created, produced and starred in the WB drama series "Summerland"
2007:
Starred on the short-lived ABC sitcom "In Case of Emergency" with David Arquette
2009:
Featured in the comedy, "Old Dogs" with Robin Williams and John Travolta
2013:
Appeared in several installments from the Hallmark movie series "Garage Sale Mystery"
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Education

Hauppauge High School: Hauppauge , New York -

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husband:
Michael Burns. Investment banker. Married c. 1979; filed for divorce on February 28, 1996.
husband:
Michael Burns. Survived him.
husband:
Mossimo Gianulli. Fashion designer. Born c. 1967; met in 1995; eloped on Thanksgiving 1997.
husband:
Mossimo Gianulli. Freed slave.
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step-son:
Gianni Gianulli. Born c. 1992.
step-son:
Gianni Gianulli. Survived her.
daughter:
Isabella Rose Gianulli. Born on September 16, 1998.
daughter:
Isabella Rose Gianulli. Adopted; survived her.
daughter:
Olivia Jade Gianulli. Born on September 28, 1999.
daughter:
Olivia Jade Gianulli. Has four additional.
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