Lori Loughlin began her career at age twelve as a print model. During her early teen years she appeared in television commercials, and was frequently seen in national print ads like the Sears catalog and Bradlees weekly flyers. At fifteen years of age, Lori was cast on ABC's soap opera, The Edge of Night playing the part of Jody Travis, an aspiring dancer. After three-and-a-half years, prompted by the urging of her fellow actor, the late Joel Crothers, Lori decided to try her luck in feature films and television. Lori's most well known role to date has been that of Rebecca Donaldson on Full House.
From 2004 to 2005, Loughlin starred in Summerland. She played Ava, the aunt of three children which she has to raise due to an unfortunate car accident, in which their parents died. The series, now cancelled, finished on July 11.
- Summerland (2004) (TV series)
- Casper: A Spirited Beginning (1997) (V)
- Full House (1987) (TV series) (1988-1995)
- Rad (1986)
- The Edge of Night (1956) (TV series) (1980-1983)