Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen have a combined net worth estimated at $300 million. They began their acting career at the age of nine months in the television sitcom Full House, which ran from 1987 to 1995 and at its peak, was in the top 20 of Neilson Ratings. Mary-Kate and Ashley earned their first awards portraying the singular role of Michelle Tanner. In 1993, the twins founded Dualstar Entertainment Group, LLC through which they used to produce a successful series of direct-to-video (The Adventures of Mary-Kate and Ashley, and You're invited to Mary-Kate and Ashley's… series) and made-for-television films, such as Double, double toil and trouble and How the West was Fun.
Their last feature film together was New York Minute, theatrically released in 2004. Part of their brand is licensing their image to a number of official Olsen Twins products including books, posters, school supplies, and apparel among others. Their ready-to-wear clothing line, Mary-Kate and Ashley: Real fashion for real girls, is sold exclusively at North American Wal-Mart stores while their couture line, The Row, is sold at Barneys and other high-end retailers. Under The Row, the Olsen Twins launched a contemporary sportswear line, Elizabeth and James, named after their younger sister and older brother. Together, the Olsen Twins have four Young Artists Awards, two Kids Choices Awards and earned their star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 2004.