When Lori Loughlin found her name linked to a developing scandal, Netflix apparently chose to drop the star from its programming.
To many TV viewers, Lori Loughlin is perhaps best known for playing Full House’s lovable Aunt Becky – a role that the actress has since reprised for spin-off Fuller House. However, in 2019 news broke that apparently led the streaming service to drop Loughlin from its programming. And the scandalous truth behind the alleged axing may very well have left fans shocked.
Loughlin herself was born in New York City, although she grew up on Long Island. And although she enjoyed acting from a young age, she ultimately started out as a model at the tender age of 11. But, of course, Loughlin eventually made her way to the screen. At just 15, in fact, she secured her first major TV role, playing wannabe dancer Jody Travis in ABC show The Edge of Night.
Loughlin would subsequently portray Travis for a further three years before leaving The Edge of Night in 1983. Her acting career continued apace, however, with the fledgling star going on to appear in several other movies and TV series. And in 1988 the actress debuted in arguably her most famous role: Rebecca Donaldson in Full House.