It appears Hollywood is ready for Lori Loughlin’s second act.
The actress is asking a federal judge in Boston to jet off to Canada this fall for a possible movie role.
“Ms. Loughlin has requested permission to travel to Canada for work-related purposes in anticipation of being offered a filming production project. The exact dates and location of travel are unknown at this time; however, Ms. Loughlin anticipates that she will be traveling for about one week in the middle of September or beginning of October,” the appeal on file in federal court states.
Her request adds: “Ms. Loughlin’s acceptance of the offer is contingent on the Court’s authorization; therefore, Ms. Loughlin is requesting an expedited response.”
She was allowed to head north last year and appears she’s in line for more work.
It comes as she is still on probation for her “Varsity Blues” college admissions scam guilty plea.
The 57-year-old actress and her husband did two months and five months, respectively, in jail for paying to land their daughters in the University of Southern California as fake crew recruits.
She was last seen on the Hallmark Channel “When Calls the Heart” series. Her run as Aunt Becky in the sitcom “Full House” helped catapult her career.
As is true for other “Varisty Blues” moms and dads, any trips planned must be ok’d by a judge while they remain on probation.