Actor-Comedian Dave Coulier Talks ‘Full House,’ Flying and His New TV Show [Audio]
Coulier is definitely best known for his work as Uncle Joey Gladstone on the '80s/'90s ABC-TV show "Full House."
We talked about a variety of topics, including how he references "Full House" during his stand-up comedy routines, his new TV show and Eric Zane's daughter even got to ask him a question.
"Full House," which aired from 1987 to 1992, continues to air in syndication on ABC Family and Nickelodeon. He also hosted "America's Funniest People" on ABC for four seasons.
Coulier, a 55-year-old St. Clair Shores, Mich., native, has several shows this week at Levee Funny Bone in Newport, Ky., across the Ohio River from Cincinnati.
You can follow Coulier on Twitter.
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Dave Coulier on 'The Free Beer & Hot Wings Morning Show'
Dave Coulier on Tour
Jan. 16-18 -- Newport, Ky., Levee Funny Bone
Jan. 23-25 -- Orlando, Orlando Improv
Jan. 30 -- York, Pa., York College
Feb. 6-7 -- Indianapolis, Crackers
Feb. 16 -- Medicine Hat, Alberta, Crack 'N' Me Up
Feb. 19-21 -- Overland Park, Kan., Sanford's Comedy Club
Feb. 26-28 -- Boston, Laugh Boston
March 1 -- East Providence, R.I., Comedy Connection
March 12 -- Crystal Lake, Ill., Raue Center
March 27-28 -- Levittown, N.Y., Governor's
April 16 -- Manchester, N.H., Headliners Comedy Club
April 17-18 -- Auburn, Mass., Halligan's
April 24 -- Concord, N.H., Mount Washington College
April 30-May 2 -- Port Charlotte, Fla., Comedy Zone
May 14-16 -- Edmonton, Alberta, The Comedy Club
May 22-24 -- West Nyack, N.Y., Levity Live
June 5-7 -- San Antonio, Laugh Out Loud
Source: Free Beer & Hot Wings