Lori Loughlin Net Worth
Lori Loughlin net worth and salary: Lori Loughlin is an American actress and model who has a net worth of $20 million. With her husband, she has a combined net worth of $100 million. Lori is probably most well-known for playing the role of Becky, Uncle Jesse's love interest on the sitcom Full House. She was born in Queens, New York, Loughlin on July 28, 1964. She began her career in show business at 12 years old as a model. From there, she appeared in TV commercials and national print ads, before getting her first break as an actress in a TV commercial for Tab Cola, in which she played a cheerleader with a leg injury. Then, at age 15, she broke out of commercials with a part on the soap opera The Edge of Night. After that, it was only a matter of time before Loughlin began racking up sitcom appearances on shows such as Who's The Boss, and her most notable part on the aforementioned hit ABC sitcom Full House. Since Full House, Loughlin has continued to work on TV and in the movies, playing memorable parts in Spin City, The Drew Carey Show, and Seinfeld. She's also done TV work behind the camera, co-creating the WB drama Summerland, which she also starred in. More recently she has focused on Hallmark channel programs like Garage Sale Mystery and When Calls the Heart.
Lori Loughlin has been married to fashion designer Mossimo Giannulli since 1997. Together they have two children, Olivia Jade Giannulli and Isabella Rose. Mossimo is the founder of the clothing line Mossimo which was particularly successful in the 1990s. At the peak of the company's success, Mossimo's equity stake was worth $500 million. The good times did not last forever. The company over-expanded too quickly and the stock price eventually cratered. Mossimo sold the company to Iconix Brand Group and today the clothes are exclusively sold at Target. Lori and Mossimo's primary residence is a $19 million mansion in Bel Air, California.
College Bribery Arrest: On March 12, 2019 the FBI raided Mossimo and Lori's Bel Air home in connection to a college bribery scam. Lori and Mossimo allegedly paid $500,000 to get their two daughters admitted to the University of Southern California under the guise that they were recruited to the rowing team.