The Olsens have tackled many projects together over the years since their acting debut on the ABC show in 1987. The sisters spent eight years on the Full House cast and went on to star in films including Billboard Dad and It Takes Two. In their teenage years, they released Passport to Paris, Switching Goals and many more through their own production company.
In 2005, the twins launched their fashion label, The Row, and don’t consider themselves “product pushers.” Ashley explained to WSJ Magazine in August 2018: “I don’t know if it’s because of the way we grew up — we just don’t like talking about ourselves or talking about what we’re doing. … It’s not really our approach.”
She went on to share their “ups and downs” over the years, comparing their sibling bond to “a marriage and a partnership.”
“It’s been 32 years of learning how to communicate,” Ashley said at the time, while her sister chimed in, “We do everything together. We came out of the womb doing that.”
When Sister, Sister moved to Netflix in 2020, Tia gushed about her and Cory Hardrict’s son, Cree, “loving” the episodes. “I’m in heaven,” she tweeted at the time.
Tamara wrote via Instagram that the show was a “blessing” for their sisterhood, explaining, “It all began here with my sissy. Representation matters. I’m so grateful and I am so excited for our generation to relive one of my fav jobs in history! And I’m ecstatic for the newer generation to discover this show.”
As for Rami, the Bohemian Rhapsody‘s star’s twin brother, Sami, is a teacher. The Oscar winner told Jimmy Kimmel about him in 2015, saying, “We don’t look as much alike as we used to, but, yeah, we’re identical.”