Release Date: 2009
Description: Movie is currently in post production.
Farce of the Penguins
Release Date: January, 30, 2007
He's so gross Penguin (voice)
A mockumentary that illuminates penguin survival and mating rituals, as well as one bird's search for love while on a 70-mile trek with his hedonistic buddies.
Small Bit of Happiness
Release Date: 2008
Television Series: 1987-1995
Role: Stephanie Judith Tanner
Description: Jodie's most famous role. It started when Jodie was
5 years old and ended in '95 with an hour long finale.
Jim Henson Presents Mother Goose Stories
Television Series: 1987
Description: Also known as Jim Henson's Mother Goose Stories and
The Mother Goose Project
Jodie and other children enjoy a half an hour of children's tales.
Although Jodie began this show the same year as Full House, few
people know about her "second job."
Guest Appearance: March 07, 2004
Episode with: Scott Weinger
Description: This ABC Family show takes a celeb and an an "average"
person, then switches their lives. Jodie appeared to give the "contestant"
a taste of what it was like on the Full House set with Scott Weinger.
Guest Appearance: May 5, 2003
Episode: Sorority Girl
Description: Jodie plays Maryanne, a perky college student with
a slight preoccupation with babies. Maryanne and Katie (Danielle
Fishel) are heads of a sorority.
Party of Five
Recurring Role: October 19, 1999 and November 30, 1999
Description: Jodie played a character named Rhiannon Marcus, a friend
of Claudia Salinger. She appeared in two episodes, "Bye, Bye,
Love" and "Faith, Hope, and Charity."
All Star Magic
ABC Special: May 16, 1997
Description: Guest celebrities performed magic taught to them by
professional magicians. Jodie did a trick in which she pushed a
long needle through a solid mirror!
Guest Appearance: November 17, 1996
Description: Jodie appeared on Brotherly Love as a nerd named Lydia
Lump that fell in love with Matt when they were paired together
in a class project.
(aka. The Hogan Family)
Guest Appearance: January 4, 1987
Description: Jodie's role was in the 21st episode called the "Boston
Tea Party". She played a character named Pamela Poole.
Good Morning America
Episode Dates: June 30, 2008 and February 1, 2006
Episode Date: June 25, 2008
Episode Date: April 3, 2008
Episode Date: 2006 (Life After...)
E! True Hollywood Story: Full House
E! Special: March 13, 2005
This show contained no new material from Jodie, only re-aired old
clips from previous E! specials. The show was about digging into
the background of shooting the show Full House and where the stars
are now. It stated Jodie is looking for a career as a set teacher.
A&E Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen Biography
A&E Special: June 15, 2004
Jodie gave her thoughts on the Olsen twins and their success during
and after Full House. She also showed her support for them and their
incredible career as media moguls.
VH1 Driven: Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen
VH1 Sepcial: June 22, 2003
Jodie was interviewed about working with the Olsen twins on the
set of Full House. She spoke about the twins during their younger
years and where they are now.
E! More Child Stars of the 80s
E! Special: March 10, 2003
Jodie speaks about what it was like being a child star. She mentions
that she might stay in the entertainment industry, not an an actress,
but a studio teacher. She also speaks a bit about her wedding, new
husband and how they would like to have a family in the next few
E! Celebrity Profile:
Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen
E! Special: February 14, 2001
Description: Mary-Kate and Ashley talk about growing up in the spotlight.
Jodie and many others close to the twins talk about working with
them over the years.
ET "Behind The Walls Of Full House"
Entertainment Tonight Special:
October 14, 2000
Description: This one hour special featured the highlights of Full
House and contained interviews with the cast including Jodie, Andrea,
Candace, and Mary-Kate and Ashley.
E! Celebrity Profile: Bob Saget
E! Special: August 2000
Description: Jodie and other Full House cast members spoke about
their former co-star Bob Saget.
Talk Show: 1995
Description: Jodie and several other teen celebrities talked with
fans who wanted to meet them. Jodie talked to a little girl named
Chelsey. It was quite touching because Chelsey was in the process
of undergoing surgery for a webbed throat. Meeting Jodie was a dream
come true for her at a very hard time in her life.
Live with Regis and Kathy Lee
Morning Show: 1994
Description: Regis and Kathy interview Jodes about being on "Full
Guest Appearance: 1994
Description: Jodie and Andrea Barber (Kimmy Gibbler) talked about
the making of "Comet's Excellent Adventure", which was
the first show in the Eighth Season.
How to Look Good Naked
Guest Star: 2008 (Episode 2.8)
A group of women dissatisfied with their bodies are given makeovers and a boost to their self esteem.
Comedy Central Roast of Bob Saget
August 17, 2008
Description: Bob Saget is "roasted" by fellow comedians and friends.
Episode Dates: Multiple in 2007
Description: Jodie hosts show in which contestants strip as they dance to popular music.
TMZ on TV
Episode Date: 2007 (Episode 1.2)
Episode Date: Unknown (Episode 2.17)
Fuse Celebrity Playlist
Dead on Arrival: The Chainsaw Awards Pre-Show
Fuse Get Malled Tour
The Big Idea with Donny Deutsch
February 6, 2006
America's Funniest Home Videos Reunion
Reunion Special: May 9, 1997
Description: Full House reunion - co-stars meet and talked about
memories of the show. Jodie has also appeared on the show as a guest
along with Candace Cameron.
Kid's Choice Awards
Awards Show: 1994
Description: Jodie and Andrea Barber (Kimmy on Full House) announce
the Dallas Cowboys as the Favorite Sports Team.
America's Funniest People
Guest Appearance: 1992
Description: Jodie roller bladed her way on to the stage to help
announce some clips.
Mickey Mouse Club
Guest Appearances: 1995
Description: Jodie appeared during the last season of the Mickey Mouse Club as a guest star.
*** As a side note, in 2002 VH1 made a biography of Britney Spears called "Driven." A clip from this MMC show featuring Jodie and Britney was shown. The skit was called "Lil' Sisters Talk Show." Thanks to Rocky for the "Driven" information.
Wild Things: An Earth Day Special
Educational Special: April 22, 1995
Description: Jodie appeared to speak about nature and animals and how to protect the environment from destruction.
September 18, 1990
Description: Jodie competes against other kids to win.
Then and Now
ABC Show: May 8, 2003
A small scene depicting how Jodie has changed over the years since
her Full House days. No new footage of her but some reran from E!
More Child Stars of the 80s.
Online Soap Opera
Date: Circa Mid 2000
Description: Jodie appeared in several episodes of an experimental
show broadcast only on the Internet. The episodes were about 5 minutes
per day, five days a week. It focused on controversial, but real
problems that teens face growing up. She played a 16 year old by
the name of Abby Gendron.
Cartoon Movie: It's Christmastime Again, Charlie Brown
November 27, 1992
Description: Jodie read the part of Sally in one of the Peanuts
TV movies. She is uncredited and it is unclear if the voices were re-recorded before release.
Disney and Seaworld
Description: Jodie has done several television promotionals for
both of these theme parks.
Oliver The Artful Dodger (unconfirmed)
Little Orphan Annie Duffy (unconfirmed)
Drawing the Line So Slick
Artist: Up Syndrome
Description: In the fall of 2000, Jodie Sweetin acted for the premiere
music video for Up Syndrome's first single, "Drawing the Line
So Slick." Jodie stars as the damsel in distress who is kidnapped
by a gang of Kung Fu Fighters. Up Syndrome comes to the rescue.
Description: In this commercial Jodie, along with Danielle Fishel
and Larisa Oleynik, play with Wild Time Kooshlings.
Description: "They've improved Cheerios!" For a couple
quick seconds we got to watch Jodie chomp down on some Cheerios
Description: "Cause Oscar Mayer has a way with b-o-l-o-g-n-a."
Description: Wasn't she cute in that high chair!!
Young Actors Space
Diane Hill-Hardin/Jamie Donnelly
Private Voice Training
Orange County Highschool of the Arts
Singing (Lyric Soprano)