Jodie Sweetin is an American actress as well as a television personality. She took birth in Los Angeles, California. Uncle Sam Sweetin and his wife Janice raised Jodie as her real parents were in jail at that crucial point in time. The adoption got formalized only after she turned two years old as her father was one-fourth Native American.

Jodie was a part of theatre from high school days and performed with Matthew Morrison in Musical Theatre. She started her acting career with the sitcom Valerie in 1987. Her character name was Pamela, and she played the part of a niece of Mrs. Poole in the following series. The year 1987 gave a big break in the television industry to her. She grabbed the role of Stephanie Tanner in Full House and performed it till 1995. This sitcom earned her much appreciation and was the most famous role of her career life till date. After wrapping up the show, she went on to complete her graduation from Los Alamitos High School in Los Alamitos, California in 1999. She later joined Chapman University in Orange, California. She starred in various other television shows as well including Fuse TV show Pants-Off Dance-Off and Small Bits of Happiness.

Sweetin’s personal life went through some turbulence when she divorced her first husband, Shaun Holguin, who was a Los Angeles, police officer. She then married Cody Herpin, which too didn’t work out. In 2012, she married Morty Coyle, but even that ended in separation.

Sweetin became a victim of drug abuse at the age of 14 and is now a recovering drug addict. She reportedly used dangerous drugs. She donned the writer’s hat and wrote a piece of memoir named unSweetined that depicts her journey as a drug and alcohol addict.

Joan Plowright English Actress

Joan Plowright

Joan Plowright, also Dame Joan Ann Plowright, was born in Brigg, Lincolnshire, in a family confined to her parents Daisy Margaret and William Earnest Plowright. Her father was a journalist and newspaper editor. She completed her education fromScunthorpe Grammar School, and further she attended Bristol Old Vic Theatre School. Joan Plowright was an active theater artist before she plunged to movies. She was successful throughout her theater career, and the legacy continued in movies as well. The actress started her career as a stage artist at Croydon in 1948. She gave many significant performances at the Royal Court Theatre. She left a strong mark as Margery Pinchwife in The Country Wife. Her theater career went on smooth, and she got a break in movies as well. The Entertainer released in 1960 with her portraying a role with Sir Laurence Olivier. She grabbed a Tony Award for her performance in A Taste of Honey. Her first marriage to Roger cage didn’t work out, and she later married Laurence Olivier in 1961. This marriage was a strong union that ended only after Olivier’s death in 1989.Through the course of her marriage with him; she remained actively involved in Theatre as well as movies. She delivered good performances in Enchanted April (1992) and Dennis the Menace (1993). Her outstanding movie presence made her achieve nominations in Academy Award. She added Golden Globe award to her kitty around the same time. The award list increased, and she achieved another Golden Globe Award. The role of Soviet dictator’s mother-in-law earned her an Emmy Award nomination. Later she won Women in Film Crystal Award. Queen’s New Year Honor brought glory to her twice in her life. In the year 1970, she became the Commander of the Order of The British umpire and later in the year 2004, she became Dame Commander (DBE). After her marriage to Sir Laurence Olivier, she received various titles such as Lady Olivier and Baroness Olivier. Throughout her career, she gained recognitions in the form of honor and titles. However, she rolled out of her long-lived career due to her declining eyesight.


Joey Lauren Adams

Joey Lauren Adams is an American actress. She even donned the cap of director and did over 40 films throughout her career. Movies like Mallrats and Chasing Amy made her career path strong, and Chasing Amy fetched her nomination in Golden Globe Awards for best actress. Joey took birth in the land of Arkansas in family confined to a father and two other elder siblings. She completed her education from North Little Rock Northeast High School in the year 1986. She shifted her base from Arkansas to California. Her career started off with minor roles in 1977. She performed a small role in Exorcist II: The Heretic. The first major break came in 1993 from the movie Dazed and Confused where she played the role of Simone. The year 1993 brought to glory, and she grabbed a role in Coneheads. After the gap of two years, Adams did a movie called Mallrats. Kevin Smith was the writer as well as the director of the movie and became a close acquaintance of Adams. His next film found inspiration from his personal life and Adams was cast in Chasing Amy. Adams also did a movie called Bio-Dome in the meanwhile. Adam’s character portrayal of a lesbian fallen in love with a man earned her many award nominations. She won Chicago Film Critics award in 1997. Las Vegas Film Critics Society Award was also added to her kitty. She was then a part of other projects with Smith. Other than Smith projects, she featured in a movie called A Cool, Dry Place. She did a promising role in the big budget Hollywood movie, Big Daddy. Apart from acting, she also did a directorial debut with the film Come Early Morning. She did television shows such as Veronica Mars and The United States of Tara.

Joey Lauren Adams English Actress