Jodie Lee Ann Sweetin, known simply as Jodie Sweetin, was born in 1982, in California. She is an actress and television personality, who is mainly known for her role in the show called “Full House”. During her career, Jodie has been nominated for such awards as Young Artists Award and TV Land Award. Maybe Sweetin is not a very famous actress, but there is still a possibility for her to become more acclaimed and popular as she is only 32 years old.
So how rich is Jodie Sweetin? It is estimated that Jodie’s net worth is $400,000. As said before, Sweetin is famous for her role in “Full House” and this is the main source of her net worth. However, if Sweetin will act in more interesting and popular shows and movies, there is a high chance that her net worth will become higher: she has the talent and only needs to work more in order to achieve success.
Jodie Sweetin Net Worth $400,000
Sweetin’s career as an actress began when she was only four years old. Then she appeared in the commercial for “The Oscar Mayer Company”. It was her first job which added to Jodie’s net worth. In 1987 Sweetin appeared in the show called “Valerie”, where she had an opportunity to work with such actors as Valerie Harper, Jason Bateman, Josh Taylor, Sandy Duncan and many others. After appearing in this show, Jodie became noticed by other producers and soon secured a role in the well-known show, entitled “Full House”. While filming this show, Jodie met John Stamos, Dave Coulier, Ashley and Mary-Kate Olsen, Andrea Barber and others. “Full House: made Jodie famous and had a huge impact on her net worth. The show ended in 1995, but Jodie\s role in it is still considered to be one of the best roles of her career. After the show ended, Jodie paused in her acting career in order to finish high school and Chapman University. Her pause was not long and she soon appeared in the television shows called “Pants-Off Dance-Off”. This added to Jodie Sweetin’s net worth. Other shows and movies that Jodie has appeared in, include “Farce of the Penguins”, “Can’t Get Arrested”, “Defending Santa”, “Singled Out”, “Brotherly Love” and others.
While talking about Jodie’s personal life, it can be said that Jodie has been married three times; unfortunately, all ended in divorce. Sweetin has two children: one from the second marriage and the other from the third marriage. What is more, Jodie was a drug addict and is now recovering from it, and has even written a memoir about the struggles she has had to experience.
All in all, it can be said that Jodie Sweetin is a talented woman who might achieve a lot in the future. Let’s hope that her fans will be able to see her acting in more movies and television shows and that she will become more acclaimed among other people in the industry. If this happens, there is a chance that Jodie Sweetin’s net worth will become higher.
Got married in 2002, attended by many of her former Full House (1987) cast-mates.
Appeared in the 1993 Disney Easter Parade dressed as Cinderella along with TV sister Mary-Kate Olsen, who was dressed as Snow White.
Had a Lhasa Apso named Lacey, whom she received as a gift from the producers of a Sizzler commercial she appeared in as a toddler.
Skipped a grade in elementary school, and earned an academic scholarship to college.
Started her career as a 4-year-old, appearing in a hot dog commercial.
I want to make movies, TV series, wherever the career takes me. I really hope this isn't the last people hear of me. In fact, I would like to make this a footnote in my career, not the end.
It is kind of hard to figure out who you are when you've lost your job at age 13, when that was basically how you identified yourself.
[on the close relationship among the cast members of Full House (1987)] We all get along really well and we all are the best of friends. They really did become my other family and my group of friends.
Sometimes when someone recognizes me, they are like, "You're alive!" I don't know why people thought I died. I guess that happens when you make a life for yourself outside of Hollywood.
I don't have any desire to ever act again full time. I don't mind doing occasional guest appearances on shows, but I have other things I'd like to do in my life now. I would like to get into teaching actors and starting a family with Shaun.
I get recognized all the time, although people are like, OOh my gosh, you're not, like, 11 any more!" It's funny. People don't expect you to grow up.
The competition is so fierce once you become an adult. I'll probably move on to something else.