|Birth Date||19 January 1982|
|Hometown||Los Angeles, California|
|Known For||Full House actress|
|Highest Score||30 (Jive)|
|Lowest Score||20 (Tango & Cha-cha-cha)|
Originally retrieved from abc.com
Entrepreneur, actress and author, Jodie Sweetin garnered the love of millions in her role as Stephanie Tanner on ABC's long-running, hugely popular sitcom Full House, which still airs in syndication. Currently, Jodie is working on the spinoff, Fuller House, which was picked up for season four on Netflix. With her innate sense of comedy and girl next-door charm, audiences will be re-introduced to the Stephanie they loved for over eight years, and will also see Stephanie in her new, grown up role on the show.
Originally from Orange County, Jodie always knew she wanted to be a “modeler.” Her mom saw that she loved performing and at three-and-a-half years old, she began doing a few print ads and commercials. She soon booked her breakout role in Full House and secured her spot in pop culture with her cute lisp and catchy tag line, “How rude!”
Jodie’s education was always very important to her. A true triple threat, she was in the musical theater program at the Orange County High School of the Arts (OCHSA). She then graduated from Chapman University with a bachelor's degree in liberal arts with an emphasis in elementary teaching.
In 2009, she published her memoir, UnSweetined, documenting her life growing up in the spotlight and the years after. Jodie wrote the book as a means to show that she was human, had faults, but most importantly, she had strength and courage. In sharing her story, she hopes she has been able to help others confront their issues head-on and move forward.
This beauty has graced the big and small screen numerous times in various roles. She thoroughly enjoyed hosting Pants-Off Dance-Off for the Fuse Network in 2007, and she and Full House co-star Dave Coulier finished a short webseries called Can't Get Arrested. Most recently, Jodie played lead roles in the feature films Defending Santa and Walt Before Mickey, as well as playing a lead in the pilot Singled Out. She has also done guest appearances on many other shows such as Yes, Dear and Party of Five.
In addition to juggling the role of actress and mother, Jodie has teamed with famed jewelry designer Erica Anenberg to create and design the Jodie Sweetin for Erica Anenberg line, a simple and elegant line of necklaces, charms and bracelets with inspiring and positive messages that one can live by and is important to oneself.
In her rare spare time, Jodie loves to dive into a good book. Jodie lives in Los Angeles and usually keeps busy going on adventures with her daughters, Zoie and Beatrix.
Dancing with the Stars 22
|Week #||Dance/Song||Judges' score||Result|
|1||Tango / "Confident"||7||6||7||No Elimination|
|2||Samba / "Bun Up the Dance"||7||7||7||Safe|
|3||Foxtrot / "Rise Up"||8||7||8||Last to be called safe|
|4||Cha-Cha-Cha / "Try Everything"||7||6/71||7||Last to be called safe|
|52||Paso Doble / "Under Control"||9||8/93||9||No Elimination|
|6||Contemporary / "Try"||9||8||8||Safe|
|7|| Quickstep / "For Once in My Life"|
Team Freestyle / "End of Time", "If I Were a Boy" & "Crazy in Love"
|8|| Jive / "Something's Got a Hold on Me"|
Team-up Dance (Argentine Tango) / "Habanera"
2 For this week only, as part of "America's Switch Up", Sweetin performed with Valentin Chmerkovskiy instead of Motsepe. Motsepe performed with Kim Fields.
3 Score given by guest judge Maksim Chmerkovskiy.
4 Due to Tonioli being the judge coaching Sweetin's team during the team-up dance, the viewers scored the dance in his place with the averaged score being counted alongside the remaining judges.
- Jodie is the second Full House actress to star on the show.