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Wedding Wars... Love and politics collide in this timely wedding comedy. John Stamos plays a gay... more info $14.99was $14.99 Buy Now

Full House:... The laughs and lessons keep on coming in the sixth season! Join the Tanners once... more info $19.98was $19.98 Buy Now

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Also Known As: John Phillip Stamos Died:
Born: August 19, 1963 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Cypress, California, USA Profession: Cast ... actor musician producer singer director songwriter
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The famously feather-haired John Stamos first jettisoned to instant stardom as an overstyled bad boy heartthrob during the golden era of "General Hospital" (ABC, 1963- ), before moving on to eight years as the overstyled bad boy heartthrob on the TGIF mainstay, "Full House" (ABC, 1987-1995). He spent the next 20 years using less hair products and trying to redeem his reputation. His magnetic attraction to (or contractual obligation for) made-for-TV-movies did not help boost his street cred, but with several well-received turns on Broadway, starring roles in higher-quality comedies, a few indie films, and the successful launch of his own production company, Stamos became the comeback kid. In 2006, he was added to the already impressive cast of "ER" (NBC, 1994- ) which was a huge nod of respect and a new beginning for a guy who had, at one time, seemed more a 1980s television relic, than a viable leading man for the new millennium.

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