I'm really close with Dave Coulier and his wife Melissa. My family and I go over there for barbeques, for dinners, Super Bowl parties.
I really like Derek Hough.
I don't think I really realized what being an adult and being a real grownup was until I was at least twenty-eight.
You can't save anybody.
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'm a huge reader... I'm a big book nerd. I go through, like, two books a week.
The darkest moments for me weren't necessarily winding up in the hospital or anything like that. It was those quiet moments alone when I just hated the person I had become.
I married my best friend, and I couldn't ask for anything more. He's an unbelievable person.
How often does one get to have a 20-year hiatus of a character and then come back as an adult?
The interesting part is that most of the kids I speak to have grown up watching 'Full House', so they feel like they know me and can talk to me.
High school is just horrible in general. So, I think it was a good time for me to have stopped acting. I got to be normal in high school.
I remember my mom saying that when I was little, I had this light that shined really big, and that she'd watched my light become very dark.
I actually never auditioned for 'Full House.' I had done a guest appearance on 'Valerie' as the next door neighbor's niece, and from that I got into 'Full House.' I was only five years old, and I was on the show until I was 13.
We all have our demons. When we finally learn to let them go, we get to live and be free.
My daughters all have aunties who help out. It takes a village.
I came from a very normal, un-Hollywood background. My parents provided me with every sort of normal upbringing that they could.
I don't have any desire to ever act again full time.
Auditions are an opportunity to play and go in there and bring the character to life. The writers have it stuck in their head and haven't seen it jump off the page.
Going to school, everybody expected you to be Stephanie Tanner. Establishing a separate entity from Stephanie after all those years, I did everything I could in the beginning to be everything but Stephanie Tanner.
I want to make movies, TV series, wherever the career takes me.
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.
There is a certain sense of loss when a series ends.
I got sober for good on December 7, 2008.
I had always wanted to be on TV; my mom told me that when I was little, I told her I wanted to be a 'modeler', because that's what I called actors on TV.
I think as a pregnant woman we're all looking for stuff that makes us all look cute and fashionable and feel sexy when we're pregnant.
I don't pay attention to negative stuff.
Of course, I have the emotional ups and downs of pregnancy, like crying jags for no reason and then the next day I can't even remember what I was crying about!
Both of my kids have my sense of humor - they're definitely entertaining.
I was living a complete lie. But unfortunately, guilt doesn't make you stop.
Growing up in the business you have to grow up very fast - you do have a different type of childhood, that has its benefits and it has its drawbacks.
The competition is so fierce once you become an adult. I'll probably move on to something else.
People still watch 'Full House' all the time. It's on three times a day!
I've always wanted to learn the Argentine tango.
Life isn't like a 'Full House' episode.