How Old Were the Olsen Twins When They Started Acting?
Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen have been acting since they were just children. With the Olsen twins back in the news, it’s the perfect time to look back at where they got their start. Read on to learn when Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen started acting. It might just surprise you.
Girls all over the world grew up watching the Olsen twins
Numerous women today grew up watching Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen in the 90s and early 2000s. Who didn’t have at least some of their movies on VHS back in the day? They appeared in movies such as Billboard Dad and Passport to Paris. They were the epitome of style and they always seemed to look their best, even as children on camera. Girls all over the world idolized the duo as they grew up alongside them off-camera while trying to be just like them.
How old were the Olsen twins when they started acting?
Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen began their career really early on in life on Full House at just nine months old. They played the lovable Michelle Tanner on the hit sitcom. People watching the two girls portraying the same person saw them grow up right before their very eyes. As tweens, they were already a huge success with their movies, making them household names to millions of girls.
What’s the last movie Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen filmed together?
According to Entertainment Tonight, the last movie the twins ever did together was called New York Minute. It premiered in theaters in 2004. Mary-Kate plays Roxy, the fun-loving sister that loves nothing more than to play music and skip class. Ashley plays Jane, who is close to winning a scholarship to Oxford. She’s studious and very unlike her rebellious sister. They end up having to spend the day together in New York City. What could possibly go wrong when they’re being chased by a truant officer?
Mary-Kate Olsen recently filed for divorce from her husband
The Olsen twins are making a come-back in the news because Mary-Kate recently filed for divorce from her husband, Pierre Olivier Sarkozy. They’ve been together for a number of years, but apparently there is trouble in paradise.
A spokesperson for the New York courts told CNN that Mary-Kate’s emergency filing for a divorce has been denied because of the coronavirus (COVID-19). A judge has decided that the filing is “not essential” at this time.
“Only essential/emergency matters are allowed to be filed,” Lucian Chalfen, the New York courts’ spokesperson said about the situation. “The original filing was rejected by the New York County (Manhattan) clerk because they did not follow the essential matter procedure. They refiled under the essential matter procedure, and the matter was referred to an ex parte State Supreme Court Judge. He just decided that it is not essential, so they can’t file anything at this point.”
We will keep you updated on all the latest when it comes to Mary-Kate’s divorce as we learn it.