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Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen were the well-known twins of Full House, because of their seniority, but they were not the only ones. Couple Becky and Jesse, had toddler twin boys, Nicky and Alex, formally known as Dylan and Blake Tuomy-Wilhoit. The two played on the show from 1992 until the show ended in 1995. Now 24 years later, when the show is debuting a Netflix reboot, fans of the show are questioning what have the trouble making boys been up to, and are they coming back for the surreal-reunion? To answer the question, the Tuomy-Whilhoit boys are now 23, and have been leading very successful normal lives which has ceased their reboot of another acting career.
Blake is now a firefighter, according to his Instagram (IG) account, @zeerow1129, he is back and forth between Los Angeles, and Atlanta. He has a love for animals, and spending time with his friends. There are no signs of whether he is seeing someone, but from the looks of his IG, he has a relaxed lifestyle that he seems to be enjoying.
According to Dylan’s Twitter account, @DC_Whilhoit, he currently lives in Los Angeles and he is not an actor, but very involved in the entertainment industry, as a sound technician for television shows. Last year he posted tweets of working on the Game of Thrones, and Black Sails. Even though he is not a superstar, he is still shining his light behind the scenes, which has granted him access to attend the Emmy Awards, last August.
The Tuomy-Wilhoit twins have been doing pretty well staying out of the spotlight, and leading successful normal lives. They have also opened up on their thoughts of Full House returning to the air. The twins also shared their favorite memorable pictures of them as toddlers on the show in Becky’s arms, as well as unseen pictures of them as kids off-stage. Tuomy-Whilhoit twins have stated via. internet, they will not reboot their acting careers. Who’s to blame them, when they seem to be really happy living comfortable, normal lives. After Full House, went off the air the twin boys have loose footage floating around the internet, showing how they continued to grow up as normal teenagers, going to prom, enjoying the company of friends, rock climbing, and many other activities that people on the big screen do not do, when they are in high demand of the media. The Tuomy-Whilhoit twins are not the Olsen’s, but they did add lots of quirkiness to the Full House bunch, with their misbehaving characters that always had Becky in some type of hunch once she found out they were being mischievous.
The Full House reboot will not be the same with the full cast airing in the 13 episode, spin-off called, Fuller House premiering on Netflix in 2016. However, Netflix has been speaking to all the former cast members in regards to coming back for the spin-off, and so far the main stars will be Candace Cameron Bure as D.J Tanner, Jodie Sweeten as Stephanie Tanner, and Andrea Barber as Kimmy Gibbler, along with John Stamos as Uncle Jesse. The remaining veteran stars, Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen as Michelle Tanner, Bob Saget as Danny Tanner, Dave Coulier as Joey Gladstone, and Lori Anne Loughlin as Rebecca Donaldson Katsopolis, are still speaking with Netflix to appear as guest stars in the spin-off, Fuller House.
The Full House spin-off will keep the same storyline of D.J. Tanner-Fuller pregnant and widowed, living in San Francisco. Stephanie Tanner and D.J.’s lifelong best friend/fellow single mother Kimmy Gibbler, and Kimmy’s spunky teenage daughter Ramona, living together to help D.J take care of her rebellious son, 12-year-old J.D., and neurotic 7-year-old Max, as well as help her prepare for her soon-to-arrive baby.
Blake and Dylan not rebooting their acting career in the spin-off will hurt many fans for a little while, but the show will still go on with its comedic scenes and motivating family tactics. Fellow executive producers, Netflix, and Warren Horizon Television, told USA Today, they are all thrilled to bring the fans back together for the spin-off of their favorite show Full House.
By Krystle Mitchell