What happened to our favorite sitcom actresses of the 80s?

02 May 2023

These women inspired women to wear makeup with blue eyeshadow and shiny lipstick, and men were simply crazy. The famous actresses of the 80s have long been over 50. So, see how they have changed in our photo selection.

Justine Bateman at that time

From 1982 to 1989, Justine Bateman, the older sister of well-known actor Jason Bateman, launched her acting career as the conceited Mallory Keaton on Family Ties. In addition to hosting a 1988 episode of Saturday Night Live, she also made appearances on episodes of Tales from the Darkside and It's Your Move in 1984. Even though she had a long and successful career as an actor, Mallory Keaton will always be remembered for that performance.

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Justine Bateman currently 

Justine Bateman enjoyed significant success in the film, television, and theatrical industries after Family Ties. She appeared in a number of television programs throughout the 1990s, including Lois & Clark, The New Adventures of Superman, and Men Behaving Badly as both a main character and a guest star. In the 1990s and 2000s, Bateman also made several television appearances for numerous shows, including Rugrats, Arrested Development, Desperate Housewives, Californication, Psych, and Modern Family, among others. Bateman has continued to be active in writing, producing, and directing in addition to performing.

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Shelley Long at that time

Shelley Long started performing with The Second City, a Chicago-based comedic group. She co-hosted, co-wrote, and produced the local program Sorting it Out in 1975, for which she was awarded three Regional Emmys. Through the 1970s, Long also made numerous appearances in commercials and had a guest appearance on The Love Boat. Her major break came when she got a part in The Cracker Factory in 1979. Several significant possibilities followed, leading to her most well-known role as Diane Chambers on Cheers.

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Shelley Long currently 

Long quit Cheers after five seasons, complaining that it was too repetitious. After appearing in Troop Beverly Hills, Long made a triumphant comeback to television in 1990 with Voices Within: The Lives of Truddi Chase. Long played a number of parts in the early 1990s before returning to Cheers in 1993 for the show's finale. She even produced and acted in the 2016 film Different Flowers. She has appeared in a few recent television series as a guest actor.

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Mary Tyler Moore at that time

Mary Tyler Moore in the 1950s, Mary Tyler Moore made her television debut as Happy Hotpoint, a small dancing elf who appeared in advertisements for Hotpoint appliances. Before Carl Reiner hired Moore for The Dick Van Dyke Show in 1961, Moore kept acting in little television parts. Four years after the show's conclusion, Moore and her husband Grant Tinker pitched their own sitcom, and CBS was impressed. From 1970 to 1977, The Mary Tyler Moore Show had six years of top-20 ratings.

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Mary Tyler Moore currently 

Even today, Mary Tyler Moore is still a well-known name. Throughout the 1980s, 1990s, and early 2000s, she kept acting in theater, film, and television. Moore, who was 80 years old, tragically passed away on January 25, 2017, from pneumonia-related cardiac arrest. She defied stereotypes of women and gender conventions with her characters, and she will always be regarded as a brilliant actor who pushed the envelope. She was also a vocal supporter of animal rights and an active philanthropist.

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Phylicia Rashad at that time

The Wiz, August: Osage County, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, Gem of the Ocean, and Raisin in the Sun are just a few of the many Broadway productions that Phylicia Rashad has appeared in over the course of her acting career, which she originally started in the late 1970s and continued until the 2000s. When she joined the cast of One Life to Live in 1983, her television career officially began. She was cast in her most well-known role the following year as Clair Huxtable on The Cosby Show, which lasted from 1988 through 1992 for eight seasons.

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Phylicia Rashad currently

Since leaving The Cosby Show, Phylicia Rashad has made various film and television appearances. Her resume lists appearances on Everybody Hates Chris, Psych, Empire, and the television movie version of A Raisin in the Sun. She had an appearance in five episodes of the action comedy-drama series Jean-Claude Van Johnson from Amazon Studios in addition to the sports doping mockumentary Tour de Pharmacy in 2017. She has three NAACP Image Awards and three Emmy Award nominations.

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Marisa Tomei at that time

Marisa Tomei started her acting career when she left Boston University in order to work for a brief period of time on the CBS serial opera As the World Turns from 1983 to 1985. She played Marcy Thompson, a contentious adolescent who accused Dr. Bob Hughes of acting improperly. The Cosby Show spinoff A Different World then gave Tomei a regular part. Before leaving for more rewarding roles, she appeared in 21 episodes of 1987's Maggie Lauten before leaving.

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Marisa Tomei currently 

Marisa Tomei, one of the most current and well-known names on our list, is no stranger to the big screen, having been in a number of significant films nearly every year since the 1990s. Her most well-known roles are those in the 1992 film My Cousin Vinny, the 2003 film Anger Management, the 2008 film The Wrestler, and the 2016 film Captain America: Civil War. Tomei isn't showing any signs of slowing down with nearly twenty major movie awards already under her belt and two 2018 features underway in post-production.

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Tempestt Bledsoe at that time

Tempestt Bledsoe is most known for the role she got as Vanessa Huxtable, the fourth child of Cliff and Clair Huxtable, on the NBC sitcom The Cosby Show in 1984 when she was just 11 years old. Bedsoe continued to appear regularly on The Cosby Show up to its final season in 1992. Additionally, she played Vanessa in the The Cosby Show spin-off A Different World, which aired from September 1987 until July 1993.

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Tempestt Bledsoe currently 

The Tempestt Bledsoe Show, hosted by Tempestt Bledsoe, debuted in the middle of the 1990s. She has had guest appearances in the animated television shows Husband for Hire on Oxygen, The Replacements on Disney Channel, and Celebrity Fit Club on VH1. In 2010, Bledsoe was contacted by The Style Network, and she was hired to host Clean House. Having earned a bachelor's degree in finance from New York University, Bledsoe is now dating A Different World co-star Darryl M. Bell.

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Pam Dawber at that time

Pam Dawber gained notoriety for her parts in two separate sitcoms from the 1980s. She first appeared in Mork & Mindy from 1978 to 1982 as Mindy McConnell, co-starring the then-unknown Robin Williams, and from 1986 to 1988 she played Samantha Russell in My Sister Sam.

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Pam Dawber currently 

Pam Dawber, who is best known for her television work, has also appeared in a number of movies, including Stay Tuned from 1992 and I'll Remember April from 1999. In an episode of his comedy series The Crazy Ones from 2014, Dawber reconnected with the late Robin Williams in her most recent work. Unfortunately, the show was quickly cancelled. She additionally appeared as a guest in a 2016 episode of The Odd Couple.

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Kirstie Alley at that time

Kirstie Alley portrayed Lieutenant JG Saavic in the 1982 film Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan before landing her most well-known role as Rebecca Howe in the NBC sitcom Cheers. Beginning in 1987 and continuing through the 1993 series finale, Alley was a part of Cheers. Alley received a Golden Globe and a Primetime Emmy Award for her depiction of Rebecca Howe. In addition, Alley played a number of other characters in films from the late 1980s through the early 1990s.

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Kirstie Alley currently 

After appearing in Sibling Rivalry, It Takes Two, Deconstructing Harry, and Drop-Dead Gorgeous during the 1990s, Kirstie Alley returned to NBC to act in Veronica's Closet, another sitcom. Alley made several appearances in reality programs about her life in the 2000s. Alley served as a spokesman for Jenny Craig from 2004 to 2007, and her dramatic weight changes were widely reported. Her most recent film roles were in Accidental Love (2015) and Back by Midnight (2002).

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Mindy Cohn at that time

In 1979, Mindy Cohn became a member of The Facts of Life's ensemble as Natalie Green, a pupil of Edna Garrett. Cohn stayed with the sitcom all the way through 1988. Her portrayal of Natalie was quite progressive and pushed the envelope on a number of topics that sitcoms from the past would rarely touch, such as body image, relationships, and adoption. Even though Natalie Green was well known for having a full figure, she had a positive outlook on life and once quipped, "Who wants to be a slim pencil? I'd rather to be a content Magic Marker!

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Mindy Cohn currently

The Facts of Life's Natalie won Mindy Cohn a spot on VH1's list of the 100 greatest kid stars, placing her at number 43. Following The Facts of Life, Cohn made multiple appearances in other well-known TV shows like Charles in Charge and 21 Jump Street in addition to The Boy Who Could Fly from 1986. From 2002 through 2015, Cohn's most recent work is providing Velma Dinkley's voice for the Scooby-Doo series. She also has a role as Thelma in Hollywood Dirt from 2017.

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Kim Fields at that time

Kim Fields co-starred in the sitcom Baby, I'm Back before taking on her most well-known role as Dorothy Tootie Ramsey. The show only lasted 13 episodes and didn't even premiere until the late 1980s. Fields also made an appearance in two episodes of Good Times and a Mrs. Butterworth's advertisement. Fields played the lead role in The Facts of Life from 1979 to 1988. Fields was actually so short that the producers preferred to film her most of the time with her on roller skates to avoid awkward camera angles.

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Kim Fields currently 

Fields recorded two songs for The Facts of Life, He Loves Me He Loves Me Not and Dear Michael, both of which had little success. Fields has an amazing background as a filmmaker and a brilliant performer today. She most recently joined the cast of The Real Housewives of Atlanta on Bravo for seasons 8 and 9, but she skipped season 9. She competed in season 22 of Dancing with the Stars as well, placing eighth.

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Jane Curtin at that time

Actress and comedian Jane Curtin, dubbed the Queen of the Deadpan, debuted in 1975 as a cast member of Saturday Night Live. Al Franken, the show's writer, commended Curtin for her work ethic and "strong moral center" while she was a cast member of SNL. Curtin elected to stay on television, playing the single mother Allie Lowell in Kate & Alley with Susan Saint James from 1984 through 1989. Most SNL stars eventually make the transition to the big picture.

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Jane Curtin currently 

After Kate & Alley, Jane Curtin joined the cast of 3rd Rock from the Sun in 1996, a long-running television program. After that, she narrated two episodes of Understanding in 1997 and co-starred with Fred Savage in the 2006 ABC sitcom Crumbs, which aired for just 13 episodes. She most recently made appearances in episodes of The Good Wife and Broad City as well as in the blockbuster movies I Love You, Man and The Heat.

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Priscilla Barnes at that time

In 1973, Bob Hope noticed Priscilla Barnes at a nearby fashion event, which led to her big break. She soon relocated to Los Angeles and started appearing in supporting roles in movies including The New Original Wonder Woman, The Seniors, and Delta Fox. On Three's Company in 1981, Terri Alden, Suzanne Somers' long-term successor, was portrayed by Barnes. Barnes was previously unable to land significant roles, but after joining Three's Company, she gained widespread recognition.

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Priscilla Barnes currently

On E! Real Hollywood Story in 1998, Priscilla Barnes said that her time on Three's Company was the "three worst years" of her life. She also said that she frequently felt "uncomfortable" on the set and that she even wanted to be freed from her contract, but the request was turned down. Barnes' most notable performance will always be that of Terri Alden, although she has enjoyed success in both television and cinema with a steady stream of supporting parts.

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Donna Dixon at that time

Blonde bombshell before Donna Dixon, a comedy superstar, competed in the Miss USA beauty pageant in 1976 but finished in last place. She competed in the Miss USA Beauty Pageant again a year later, this time as a representative of the District of Columbia, and she was named first runner-up for Miss World USA. With Tom Hanks and Peter Scolari, Dixon scored her first significant television role on the ABC sitcom Bosom Buddies. From 1980 to 1982, Bosom Buddies had a two-season run.

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Donna Dixon currently

After Bossom Buddies was canceled, Donna Dixon's first employment was a leading role in the movie Doctor Detroit. Dan Aykroyd and Dixon met while making the 1983 comedy. The two would go on to collaborate on a large number of movies and television programs. Over the course of her 17-year career, Dixon appeared in films such as The Nanny, Exit to Eden, Spies Like Us, Wayne's World, and Twilight Zone: The Movie. She retired in 1997, and she and Aykroyd now have three daughters.

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Olivia D'Abo at that time

Olivia d'Abo made her acting debut in the supporting role of Princess Jehnna in the 1984 movie Conan the Destroyer. She is perhaps best known for playing the disobedient elder sister of Kevin Arnold in The Wonder Years. Soon after, d'Abo had an appearance in Bolero, a romantic drama movie that received mixed reviews. The following four seasons of The Wonder Years, from 1988 to 1991, had D'Abo playing the hippie Karen Arnold. In the final two seasons, she made two cameo appearances.

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Olivia D'Abo currently

Since her stint on The Wonder Years, Olivia D'Abo has made several television appearances, including brief parts in Star Trek: The Next Generation, Law & Order: Criminal Intent, The Twilight Zone, and Eureka. Additionally, she has performed on Broadway, had supporting parts in movies like The Spirit of '76, Greedy, and The Big Green, and done voiceover work for a variety of video games and animated shows. Olivia d'Abo, a master of all trades, has expanded her list of accomplishments to include a singing career and a regular podcast.

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Meredith Baxter at that time

Meredith Baxter's breakthrough performance in the CBS sitcom Bridget Loves Bernie launched her acting career in 1972. She would wed her co-star, David Birney, even though the show was only aired for one season. After getting hitched in 1974, the pair divorced in 1989. Baxter also had guest appearances in early seasons of The Partridge Family, The Doris Day Show, and The Young Lawyers. She is most recognized for her work on the NBC drama series Family Ties.

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Meredith Baxter currently

From 1982 through 1989, Meredith Baxter played the role of Elyse Keaton on Family Ties. Previous to Family Ties, Baxter had two Primetime Emmy nods for her work on Family as Nancy Lawrence Maitland. In the 1990s and 2000s, Baxter had several appearances on television, including in reality series like Hell's Kitchen, sitcoms like Spin City, and made-for-tv movies like One More Mountain and The Young and the Restless. Baxter openly came out as a lesbian in 2009, and she married Nancy Locke in 2013.

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Nancy McKeon at that time

Nancy McKeon appeared with her brother Philip in a number of advertisements prior to gaining her big break. Before relocating to Los Angeles with her family in 1975, she also played a few small roles in soap operas in the 1970s. McKeon impressed a casting director with her ability to cry on cue in a Hallmark greeting cards advertising, which led to her being offered the part of tomboy Jo Polniaczek on The Facts of Life. McKeon's character Jo on The Facts of Life was irritable, cheeky, yet nevertheless endearing.

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Nancy McKeon currently 

Nancy McKeon almost played the titular role in the TV adaptation of Working Girls after her tenure as Jo Polniaczek. In the end, Sandra Bullock, who was then unknown, was cast in the part. When Courteney Cox won the role of Monica Geller in Friends in 1994, McKeon again just missed the job. A year later, McKeon featured in her own one-season television sitcom, Can't Hurry Love. The 2011 TV movie Love Begins was where she last appeared.

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Soleil Moon Frye at that time

When she was just two years old, Soleil Moon Frye started her acting career. Missing Children: A Mother's Story, her debut television film, was published in 1982. Frye kept acting in made-for-TV movies as a child until she got the part that made her career as a child actress. Frye beat over over 3,000 females in the audition for the lead part of NBC's Punky Brewster when he was just seven years old. Even though the show had trouble with the ratings, youngsters loved Frye's Punky character.

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Soleil Moon Frye currently 

Before being canceled by NBC after only two seasons, Soleil Moon Frye - Now Punky Brewster was picked up by Columbia Pictures Television and continued there for an additional two seasons. In addition, Soleil Moon Frye has contributed her fair share of voiceover work, including the roles of the protagonist in It's Punky Brewster and Zoey in The Proud Family. She had a few cameo appearances on sitcoms in the 1990s, and in more recent years, she has added directing and writing to her list of accomplishments.

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Susan Saint James at that time

With a part in the 1966 television film Fame Is the Name of the Game and the series that followed two years later, Susan Saint James made her acting debut at the age of 20. She made a couple additional television appearances in the late 1960s. Saint James started to establish herself as an actor in the 1970s TV movies, but it wasn't until 1984, when she earned a role in Kate & Alley, that she really started to take off as a well-known performer.

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Susan Saint James currently

Susan Saint James unexpectedly accepted a position with Vince McMahon to commentate WrestleMania 2 of the World Wrestling Federation in 1986. Saint James garnered three Emmy Award nominations for her five-year stint on Kate & Alley, but she announced her acting retirement after the show's 1989 finale. Saint James has recently been heavily active with the Special Olympics and occasionally makes appearances on TV programs like Law & Order: Special Victims Unit and The Drew Carey Show.

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Nicole Eggert at that time

Although she was just eight years old, Nicole Eggert was cast in her debut film, Wealthy and Famous. In the first animated installment of the Dennis the Menace trilogy, titled Dennis the Menace in Mayday for Mother, Eggert provided the voice of Margaret. Before getting her most well-known role as Jamie Powell in Charles in Charge, Eggert had a recurring part on Who's the Boss? as a close friend of Alyssa Milano's character.

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Nicole Eggert currently

Nicole Eggert transitioned to a duty as a lifeguard in Baywatch following the conclusion of Charles in Charge in 1990. In addition to hosting the 1989 Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards and making a cameo appearance on The Super Mario Bros. Super Show!, she has acted in a number of made-for-TV and straight-to-video films. Eggert has recently made appearances on programs like Boy Meets World, Gilmore Girls, and Celebrity Fit Club's 2010 season. Eggert started her own ice cream truck company in 2014.

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Geena Davis at that time

In 1982, Geena Davis received her big break. When Sydney Pollack chose to cast her in the part of a soap opera actress for his comedy picture Tootsie, she was already employed as a model. After that, she played Wendy Killian for the meager two seasons of the regional sitcom Buffalo Bill. From 1983 through 1984, Buffalo Bill was active. Davis also appeared in episodes of Knight Rider, Riptide, Family Ties, and Remington Steele in the early years of her career.

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Geena Davis Currently

Geena Davis successfully transitioned from television to film in the late 1980s and early 1990s, landing leading roles in Fletch, The Fly, and Beetlejuice. In 1988's The Accidental Tourist, Davis played a supporting part and received an Oscar for Best Supporting Actress. In the 1990s, Davis vanished from television, only to make a comeback in 2000 with 22 episodes of her own self-titled show, The Geena Davis Show. Davis has recently made appearances in Commander in Chief, Stuart Little, and a number of low-budget movies.

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Judith Light at that time

There is no doubting that Judith Light's legendary performance as Angela in Who's the Boss? added feistiness to the show. The attraction between housekeeper Tony and Angela, a driven, independent lady, develops into a recurring plot line throughout the duration of the show. Although they eventually declare their love for one another, the producers choose not to have the couple get married on the show in order to keep viewers interested. Light had previously made appearances on programs including St. Elsewhere and One Life to Live.

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Judith Light Currently

Judith Light continued to be active in the television industry long after Who's the Boss? ended by making appearances on programs like Law & Order: Special Victims Unit. She was also nominated for a Primetime Emmy Award in 2007 for her work in the popular television show Ugly Betty. Broadway productions including Lombardi, Other Desert Cities, and The Assembled Parties all featured Light as a leading lady. 2019 saw the addition of Light to the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

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Tina Yothers at that time

Tina Yothers made her acting debut in an episode of The Wonderful World of Disney when she was just eight years old. But it wasn't until the following year, 1982, when her performance in the popular sitcom Family Ties propelled her to popularity. She played the younger sister of Jennifer Keaton in movies starring Michael J. Fox and Justine Bateman, among others. Tina is a kind person who shares her parents' liberal worldview and struggles to get along with her siblings.

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Tina Yothers currently

Although having a significant impact as Jennifer, Tina Yothers finally took the decision to leave the acting industry in order to concentrate on a prospective music career. She and her brother formed the band Jaded, and in 2002, they were married and had two children. Yothers has appeared in a variety of reality programs more recently, including Celebrity Wife Swap, Celebrity Gym Club, and What Not to Wear.

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Sara Gilbert at that time

Sara Gilbert first gained notoriety on television thanks to her portrayal of Darlene in the popular series Roseanne. She has a reputation for being an unorthodox, tomboyish, young female comedic character. She portrays the title character's daughter, Dan. Gilbert was reportedly almost not cast because the producers didn't think she was cute enough. There is no disputing, though, that it was the right decision, as Gilbert gave the part a seriousness that other young actors surely couldn't have.

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Sara Gilbert currently

Sara Gilbert has maintained a hectic schedule in the television industry throughout the years, making appearances on programs like 24, ER, and Twins, to mention a few. With her role as Leslie Winkle in the popular sitcom The Big Bang Theory and her reunion with her Roseanne co-star Johnny Galecki, the gifted actress has undoubtedly gained a completely new following. She also returned to the character of Darlene for the critically acclaimed Roseanne spinoff series The Conners.

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Candace Cameron at that time

While John Stamos and Bob Saget undoubtedly contributed significantly to the popularity of Full House, so too did Candace Cameron, the show's younger star. Since DJ Tanner is the family's oldest child and hence the most mature sibling, he offers guidance to the younger members of the family. Although some of the characters appeared and disappeared, Cameron was a constant in the core cast and a fan favorite all the way up until 1995, when the show came to an end.

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Candace Cameron Currently

Despite the fact that Full House ended in the early 1990s, Candace Cameron found employment during the following few years. She rose to prominence on the Hallmark Channel by playing the lead role in programs adapted from the Aurora Teagarden book series. Cameron performed on Dancing with the Stars' 18th season in 2014, making it almost all the way to the finals before coming in third. She returned to her role as DJ Tanner in Fuller House a few years later while co-hosting the chat show The View.

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Telma Hopkins at that time

In the television series Family Matters, Rachel Baines Crawford stood out as one of the many remarkable characters. Rachel, Harriette's younger sister, is a true go-getter despite experiencing a great deal of anguish following the death of her husband. She is a businesswoman and has been a recurring character for the first four seasons of the show. Hopkins took a year out from the program to work on the flopped sitcom Getting By, but she returned for later seasons.

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Telma Hopkins Currently

Telma Hopkins has acted in a number of notable films over the years, such as the comedy The Love Guru. She played the lead role in the sitcom Half & Half in the 2000s, which ran for a few seasons. She has also had appearances in Partners and Toast. Hopkins has contributed to a number of charity organizations outside of acting, including the PTA and Act on Arthritis. She always volunteers her free time to mentor young people.

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