FULLER HOUSE Child Actors Now Cast! Former FULL HOUSE Child Stars Candace Cameron Bure and Andrea Barber are all grown up and reprising their roles as DJ and Kimmy respectively. In the new storyline, D.J. and Kimmy will raise their children together as single moms after the death of D.J.’s husband, also bringing in Stephanie (Jodie Sweetin) to help out.

Original Full House cast members John Stamos, Bob Saget, Dave Coulier, Lori Loughlin and Scott Weinger aka Steve, D.J.’s first love, are all set to make appearances on the show. The Olsen twins are reportedly not involved.

So who are the new child stars of the Full House saga?

E! News announced that child actors Michael Campion and Elias Harger will play D.J.’s two older sons (she also has an infant son), while child actor Soni Nicole Bringas will play Kimmy’s daughter.

Campion plays Jackson, D.J.’s older son who struggles with the loss of his father by breaking rules and stirring up trouble. He takes after Uncle Jesse (John Stamos) in that he plays guitar and is a bit of a ladies’ man.

Harger plays Max, described as smart and curious, and takes after his grandfather Danny (Bob Saget).

Bringas will play the role of Ramona, Kimmy’s half-Hispanic daughter, who blames her mom for breaking up with her trouble-making dad.

Bure told the news outlet of the kids,

[quote style=”boxed”]They are so good, they are so funny. Casting did a really, really good job. And they went on a very big wide search for these kids, and they came up with winners![/quote]

Bringas is represented by Clear Talent Group and Susan Osser Talent Company.

Campion is represented by Abrams Artist Agency and Manager Cinda Snow. In Florida he was represented by Level Talent Group and Brevard Talent Group.

Harger is represented by Don Buchwald and Associates and Discover Management. In Colorado he was represented by Brooke Fogg Management and Cassie Carter at W-Talent.

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