If you're a die-hard Full House fan (and who isn't?!), surely you remember Nicky and Alex, the adorable, toe-headed toddler twins of Jesse and Rebecca Katsopolis (John Stamos and Lori Loughlin). The boys, played by Blake and Dylan Tuomy-Wilhoit, are now — ready to feel old? — 27 years old (!). And, not surprisingly, they've been a part of the Full House reboot, Fuller House.
Blake and Dylan may not have been household names over the past few years (or even acting), but these former-child stars certainly have kept themselves busy. Here's what they've been up to since they were famous for causing mischief in the Tanner household.
Their older Full House characters are almost as adorable as their younger ones.
In Fuller House, the boys are back, but instead of being mischievous five-year-olds (which is how we last saw them), they're in their 20s and own a taco truck. Also, not surprisingly, they've got a light-hearted, fun-loving surfer vibe going on. (They've also obviously inherited their parents' good looks.)
Dylan still works in TV — but not in front of the camera.
At some point, Dylan made the switch to the other side of TV production. He works in post-production, and for the past few years, he's been on the crew of Game of Thrones. He even earned an Emmy for his work on the show! Not a bad gig at all.
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Creative Arts #Emmys last Sunday with my man date @zerowbe I had a nice time with family and Co-workers. No shiny statue for me this year- #strangerthings was the well deserved winner in my category. Congratulations to all nominees! This night will be televised with Primetime Emmys this September 17th on #FXX
He's also a vegan.
Dylan's Instagram profile reads, "Veganism. Humanism. Optimism. Foley. Sound Design. Music. Astrology." So, to speak in clichés, it's safe to say that he's a true Californian. Many of the Los Angeles native's photos revolve around food, and we have to say, they look pretty dang yummy.
As for Blake, he's left the TV world altogether.
Unlike his brother who stayed in the industry, Blake left TV in order to pursue a more pressing issue: saving lives. For the past few years, Blake has worked as a firefighter. And yes, he even saves turtles. Have mercy!
So, I saved a turtle. I named him Broseidon pic.twitter.com/l1rGRE0bKG
— Blake Tuomy-Wilhoit (@BlakeTW) December 16, 2014
Blake also fancies himself a bit of an outdoorsman.
This, of course, isn't surprising because, you know, #firefighting. On his Twitter and Instagram pages, the former actor talks a lot about camping and even posts photos of gorgeous landscapes he's lucky enough to visit. He definitely doesn't look like he misses acting all that much.
Thankfully, the boys are still super close.
According to all of their Instagram and Twitter photos, the boys still seem to be best friends, despite living completely different lives and being in completely different industries. Bros — literally and figuratively — for life!
They — and the rest of the cast — seem to like being back on set.
Both Dylan and Blake have posted several cute photos of themselves on the set of Fuller House since the sitcom reboot started filming, but the best pics of all have come from their "dad" John Stamos. The actor has shared a few photos of his "sons," joking that they've grown up so fast, but this one for sure is our favorite.
— John Stamos (@JohnStamos) July 31, 2015