'Fuller House' Star Andrea Barber Gets Candid About Depression, Anxiety & Divorce In New Memoir
Andrea Barber is coming clean about her life after starring on the hit ABC sitcom Full House. The actress burst intothe spotlight when she starred as Kimmy Gibbler, the neighbor of the Tanner family, when she was only 11-years-old. In her new memoir, Full Circle: From Hollywood to Real Life and Back Again, she dives into what it was like being a child star and the dark moments that came with it.
The memoir will tackle Andrea's rise to fame, motherhood, divorce, anxiety and depression.
The book also focuses on her exit from Hollywood in 1995 after the series ended and her subsequent return for the sequel, Fuller House, almost 25 years later.
The 42-year-old dished to People about how her tell-all is "honest and raw."
- 'Full House' Stars Candace Cameron Bure, Jodie Sweetin, Dave Coulier & Andrea Barber To Reunite At '90s Con
- Kim Kardashian & Kendall Jenner Sip Wine As Saint West Enjoys PSG Game In Paris: 'Soccer Moms For The Win!' — Photos
- Ben Affleck Looks Rundown Outside 'Good Morning America' As He & Jennifer Lopez Drop Out Of Escrow Once Again: Photos
“This memoir is my soul laid bare,” she told the publication. “It’s very honest and raw, and I share things that I’ve never shared publicly before.”
Full Circle digs deep into the mother of two's experiences in the spotlight and why she left Hollywood after the show's finale to attend college. “Writing it all down on paper forced me to examine my life from a new perspective,” she said. “In that sense, it was very cathartic to write; it made me realize how far I’ve come in my 42 years of life.”
Full Circle: From Hollywood to Real Life and Back Again is set to hit bookstore shelves in November 2019.
Will you be picking up Andrea's memoir? Sound off in the comments below!