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Jodie Sweetin appears in a 2012 photo on her Twitter page. - Provided courtesy of twitter.com/JodieTweetin

Jodie Sweetin of 'Full House' turns big 30, celebrates with Disneyland trip

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01/20/2012 by Nichole Hamilton

Jodie Sweetin, best known for her role as Stephanie Tanner in "Full House," ushered in her 30th birthday with friends and her fiance.

Sweetin Tweeted her excitement before the festivities began.

"Super excited for my birthday party tonight! Can't wait to celebrate 30 (almost, 2 more days) with all my friends! #hasitreallybeen30years" she Tweeted on January 17.

She spent her day at Disneyland Park in Anaheim, California and had a birthday party the night before, according to her Twitter.

"Had an AMAZING bday with Morty & Zoie at Disneyland yesterday, " Sweetin Tweeted. "Even got to hang w @JohnStamos for a while too! Great kickoff to 30!"

Sweetin is referring to her fiancé of one year, Morty Coyle and her daughter Zoie, from a previous relationship. She and Coyle welcomed daughter Beatrix, their first child together, in August 2010.

"Great pic of me and @JohnStamos at CA Adventure Disney park yesterday for my birthday :) " she continued on January 20, referring to her actor friend who played her character's Uncle Jesse on "Full House."

Coyle said on his Twitter page in January 2011 that he "is in Love with My Fiance and Waiting for Marriage Equality for All!!!"

He told People magazine that he and Sweetin planned to wed when same-sex couples will be able to do so legally as well, adding: "Just because we weren't married doesn't mean she doesn't deserve a ring."

Sweetin most recently took part in a web series, "Can't Get Arrested," with Dave Coulier, who played Joey on "Full House." The two filmed five episodes for it over a four-day span in October 2011.

On the official website for the series, it explains how it was shot with "a small but incredibly talented cast and crew for very little monsey. "

Sweetin has also appeared on shows such as "Party of Five" and "Yes, Dear."

In 2009, Sweetin wrote a memoir, "unSweetined," where she chronicled her battle and recovery from methamphetamine addiction and provided details about her past relationships and her children.

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