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Jodie Sweetin Net Worth

Net Worth$4,000,000
Full NameJodie Lee-Ann Sweetin
Date of Birth/AgeJanuary 19, 1982 (age 37)
Source of wealthActress, Television Personality
Country of originU.S.
State/City of originLos Angeles, California
Last Updated2019

Net Worth

Jodie Sweetin’s net worth is $4 million.

That counts her savings and liquid assets, such as:

  • Real estate
  • Jewelry and other expensive possessions
  • Investments

It doesn’t count money or property that she has had to surrender as part of divorce settlements.

She’s never filed bankruptcy or been in any major credit defaults. None of her assets, real estate or possessions have ever had any leins by government or private collection agencies.


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How Much Jodie Sweetin Makes Per Year

According to an income and expenditure report filed by Sweetin during a financial dispute with one of her ex-husbands, she makes $480,000 per year.

However, that amount has been contested and is likely much higher.

Documents show that she makes $26,000 per episode of “Fuller House.” Given the number of episodes filmed per year, her yearly income from that show alone would be about $700,000.

“Fuller House” has been canceled, and the final season will air beginning in late 2019. So beginning in 2020, her only income from that show will be in the form of residuals.


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How Jodie Sweetin Makes Her Money

Jodie Sweetin is an actress and television personality.

She gets paid for work on “Fuller House.” She also earns money by making personal appearances.

She published a memoir, “Life UnSweetined,” and continues to be paid residuals from it and from her first television acting job on the show “Full House.”

Jodie is currently reviewing proposals for new acting jobs. Any job she eventually takes is likely to pay as much or more than the $700,000 per year she makes filming “Fuller House.”


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Most people know Jodie Sweetin as Stephanie Tanner, the adorable, wisecracking daughter of Danny Tanner on the hit TV show “Full House.”

Her current show is a spin-off on Netflix, “Fuller House.”

But the time between her two most popular shows was full of personal struggles, emotional turmoil and relationship problems.

The difficulties she’s faced has strengthened her, and she now helps others with similar problems.

Early Life

Jodie Lee-Ann Sweetin was born in Los Angeles, CA on January 19, 1982.

She was taken from her mother soon after her birth because her mother was a prisoner in the custody of the California Department of Corrections at the time.

Her father was also in prison when she was born, and he was eventually killed in a prison riot.

Jodie’s uncle, Sam Sweetin, took custody of her and raised her. Sam and his second wife, Janice, adopted Jodie and helped her explore her love of acting.


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She kept the adoption secret for many years because she was afraid that people would think that her adopted family forced her into acting.

Her first role was that of Pamela in NBC’s sitcom “Valerie,” which was a predecessor to “Hogan’s Family.” She starred only in one season, leaving the show in 1987 to begin filming “Full House.”

After “Full House” ended, she graduated from Los Alamitos High School. She then went on to attend Chapman University in Orange, CA.


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Personal Life

Jodie Sweetin took her first drink of alcohol at the age of 14. She quickly became an alcoholic out of boredom, according to her memoirs.

Alcoholism primed her young brain for further addiction. She began taking several drugs, including cocaine, methamphetamine, and ecstasy. She struggled with these addictions well into adulthood.

She’s been married and divorced three times.

She and LAPD officer Shaun Holguin were married in 2002 and divorced in 2006.

Her marriage to Cody Herpin began in 2007 and ended in 2010. They have one daughter together, Zoie, who was born in 2008.

Jodie and her boyfriend at the time, Morty Coyle, had a daughter that they named Beatrix in 2010. She and Coyle married in 2012 and divorced in 2016.

Several months before her divorce from Coyle was finalized, she announced her engagement to Justin Hodak. She broke the engagement off and filed a restraining order against him the following year. Hodak was eventually sentenced for violating that order of protection.


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Despite being best known for her character Stephanie Tanner in the “Full House” franchises, she has had a steady and varied career.

She made appearances in the TV shows “Brotherly Love” and “Party of Five” in the late 1990s.

Some other TV shows that she appeared in include:

  • The All New Mickey Mouse Club
  • Yes, Dear
  • The Eric and Andre Show
  • The Talk
  • Hollywood Darlings
  • Hollywood Medium
  • Can’t Get Arrested


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She hosted the second season of the competition show “Pants-off Dance-off” in 2007.

Sweetin gave voice acting a try in 2006 with her role in the direct-to-video movie “Farce of the Penguins.”

Her movie career began in 2009. She’s mostly done made-for-TV films, such as:

  • Redefining Love
  • Port City
  • Singled Out
  • Defending Santa
  • Walt Before Mickey
  • Finding Santa
  • My Perfect Romance
  • Entertaining Christmas
  • Love Under The Rainbow

She competed in the 22nd season of “Dancing With The Stars,” and finished in sixth place.

Her career has been varied enough to keep her fame alive and constantly keep her fans interested in her.


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Interesting Facts

Many victims of drug abuse never regain control of their lives. But Jodie Sweetin came out the other side, so to speak, and is all the better for it.

After years of struggling with drugs, she finally got clean for good in 2008. She credits the birth of her first daughter for the strength she needed to change her life.

Not only did she quit drugs, but she became a certified drug and alcohol abuse counselor. She now serves as a shining example of the possibilities that await victims of drug abuse after they complete recovery.

She now sometimes works as a clinical logistics coordinator at a drug abuse recovery center.


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Sweetin is still a relatively young actress. She hasn’t won a lot of major awards. Her roles to date have not made an Oscar or Emmy possible.

She did win the Young Artist Award for Outstanding Young Comedienne in a Television Series in 1990 for her work on “Full House.”

She deserves much credit for winning that award because she had been nominated for it several times. Those nominations came in 1988 and 1989. She was again nominated for the award in 1991 and 1993 but did not win it for those years.

In 2004, her role in “Full House” won her the TV Land Award for Quintessential Non-Traditional Family.


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Favorite Quotes From Jodie Sweetin

Here’s what Jodie says about real life:

“Life isn’t like a (“Full House”) episode. There isn’t going to be an easy out to every conflict. There is no milkman, paperboy, or evening TV. There are good moments and bad moments, and not everything will tie together nicely in the end. But that’s life, and I think I’m finally starting to get it.”

She has something to say about perseverance:

“I may have fallen at times, but I always get up. I know what I need to do and I’m making it happen.”


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Tips For Success From Jodie Sweetin

Perhaps what she wrote to her daughter in her memoirs can be a good tip for any young woman:

“Most important, I hope you grow into a woman who loves herself. It is not an easy thing, self-love. It takes a lot of practice and time. But as a woman who is learning how to get there herself, I hope I can give that gift to you as you grow.”