Lori was only scripted to appear in a few episodes for Full House in its second season, but the network and audience liked her a lot, and series creator Jeff Franklin also felt that it was important for the three little girls in the series to have a mother figure in their lives, since the other adults were all men. Therefore, Lori remained in the cast for the remainder of the show's 8-year run.
When asked if she kept anything from the Full House set, Lori claimed that she did not. She says that co-star John Stamos took several items, however.
Lori lied to get a role on The Edge of Night. She told the producers that she could dance eventhough she could not. After learning the truth the writers had to change her story line to accommodate her lack of dancing experience.
Lori appears in the making of featurette on the Casper: A Spirited Beginning.
Lori was on a TV commercial for Mead Trapper Keeper school supplies.
Lori is a model on the cover of a number of teen romance novels.
Lori's measurements are 33-25-35.
Like others on the show, Lori remains close with her Full House cast mates, appearing in cameo roles in Mary-Kate Olsen and Ashley Olsen's movies.
Lori's last name, Loughlin, is pronounced "Lock-lin".
Lori is 5'6" tall.
In 1997, Lori and Bruce Campbell played husband-and-wife bank robbers in In the Line of Duty: Blaze of Gory.
Lori attended Oceanside Oaks Public School #3, and Hauppauge High School in Hauppauge, Long Island, New York, where she was raised.
Lori became a print model at the age of 12. She was frequently seen in national print ads like the Sears catalog and Bradlees weekly flayers.
Lori's husband Mossimo has designed and created a line of clothing that is very popular. It is called "Mossimo" clothing line. It is available at Target.
Lori was offered the lead role of Emmeline in the movie The Blue Lagoon but turned it down.
Lori married Mossimo Giannulli on November 25, 1997. They have two daughters. Olivia Jade who was born on September 28. 1999, and Isabella Rose who was born on September 16, 1998.
Lori married Michael Burns in 1989 and they divorced in 1996.
Lori was the host of The 6th Annual Family Television Awards in 2004.
Lori produced, created, and starred in the show Summerland.
In the movie Medusa's Child, Lori played the character of Dr. Linda McCoy in it's 1997 release.
Lori dated Full House co-star John Stamos before playing husband and wife on Full House.
Lori starred in a pilot for a show called Eastwick, along with Chris Evans. It was turned down by Fox. The show was based on 3 witches with the same last name.
Lori was a junior lifeguard before becoming an actress.
Lori Loughlin: It's not rocket science, we are not solving any great problems here. We are just trying to make people forget about their problems and have fun. So I try to bring an essence of joy to my work.
Lori Loughlin: It's true, I came up with the idea for Summerland, but it was a total fluke. Nobody was more shocked or amazed that the show is actually going to be made, than I was.
Lori: (On her role on Summerland) Playing a fashion designer could be the bane of my existence because I am married to a fashion designer.
Lori: Surfing is not my strong point. And... I don't really have a tan. I go to the tanning place, the one that sprays you with color.
Lori: When you are developing a character you have to bring so much of yourself to the role.
Lori: When you don't work for a while, immediately you get a little black mark next to your name.
Lori: You have to make difficult choices in your life, and you just have to be happy with them.
Lori: (On her husband) It's funny, my girlfriends think that because I am married to a fashion designer, I get all these great tips and hints about great fashion, but it's not like that at all. He never tells me what to wear.
Lori: It was quite an adjustment to me. Before Full House my roles were mostly serious soap opera parts playing evil characters. Now I was a squeaky clean morning show host from Nebraska on a TGIF sitcom.
Lori: (about playing the love interest of John Stamos on Full House after having a real life relationship with him) At first it was awkward having to be romantic with him because of our past relationship in real life, but when I realized that it was professional and we were just acting, it made it a little bit easier not getting caught up in the moment.