This Greek-American god could work the rest of his life and still be most known around the world as Uncle Jesse, the suave Elvis-obsessed relative he played from 1987 to 1995 opposite the Olsen Twins. His Full House fame even overshadows his earlier Emmy-nominated Blackie role on General Hospital and the 10,000 fan letters he received every week because of it, the Walk Of Fame star he received in 2009, his real-life Disneyland obsession (He purchased a sign that stood at the park's entrance for $30,700 on eBay!), his Broadway runs (How To Succeed In Business, Bye Bye Birdie) and his part-time drummer gig with the Beach Boys. (Yes, that’s him in the “Kokomo” video.) Despite the option of retiring on his House syndication checks, Stamos is never unemployed for long. He’s been a TV movie staple (Sealed With A Kiss, A Raisin IN The Sun, The Reagans), produced his own TV vehicles, Thieves and Jake In Progress, in the early 2000s and picked up a role on ER, which lasted until the medical drama’s end in 2009. More recently, as one of Ryan Murphy’s go-to guests, he was seen on Glee and The New Normal. His love life has been a bumpier ride. After failed relationships with Paula Abdul, Vanity and model Julie Anderson, it seemed he had met his Match Made In Heaven Rebecca Romijn backstage at a 1994 Victoria’s Secret show. But after proposing in bed in the buff in 1997 and tying the knot a year later, the pretty pair divorced in 2005.
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