“I was a huge fan of Full House before I was on it, like most kids in the sixth and seventh grade,” Sokoloff later confessed.
“When I got on it, I thought I’d be the coolest kid in school, but it actually backfired on me and I got made fun of.
Although the role was a dream come true for Sokoloff, it didn’t bring her the fame she imagined—at least not back home at school.Leaving Full House in 1995 and going on to make appearances on shows like Step by Step and Home Improvement before joining the cast of Party of Five, Sokoloff enjoyed a resurgence in her career when she starred as Lucy Hatcher on The Practice from 1998 to 2004. Born on December 19, 1980 in San Francisco, California, Sokoloff grew up in Los Angeles where her mother worked as a caterer and her father worked as a podiatrist.Since then, she’s made appearances in dozens of television series and films, tied the knot, started a family of her own and, most recently, happily reprised her role as Gia in the “Girl Talk” episode of Fuller House. She enjoyed a regular childhood and, by the time she was seven years old, was like most children and tuned in every week to watch her favorite family—the Tanners—on Full House.Also, Franco photographed Agyness for the July issue of (you can see some photos from the shoot below, go here for the full pictorial).I’m sure the explanation for all of this is “ART” because Franco, like Lady Gaga, lives, breathes, kills, poops and dies for ART.They were such good friends, in fact, it was almost impossible for them to film any scenes without laughing.6.