The show that coined the catchphrases, "How rude!" and "You got it dude!" is approaching close to 30 years since its first airdate in 1987 and although the hairstyles and clothing are way past their prime, "Full House" continues to be a staple of family television. The show is still playing in reruns, gaining an entirely new legion of fans who enjoy the day to day mishaps of the Tanner clan and their extended family. Which only proves that good television is timeless and if a show that is stuck in the 80's is popular in 2014, today's television is dropping the ball big time! Ever wonder where the cast of "Full House" is today? We've got you covered!
Although he portrayed nice-guy Danny Tanner, Bob Saget has made a post "Full House" career of being surprisingly vulgar. His stand-up comedy routines are notoriously R-rated. Saget played himself on the HBO series "Entourage" and was the narrator and voice of future Ted Mosby on "How I Met Your Mother." In 1989 Saget was cast as the host of America's Funniest Home Videos, a role he held until 1997. Saget also directed the 1996 ABC television movie "For Hope", which was inspired by the life story of his sister, Gay Saget, who died from scleroderma three years earlier.
John Stamos has continued to work in television, movies and theater since leaving behind his Elvis-loving "Full House" persona. He played Emma Pillsbury's dentist turned love interest on "Glee" and is currently the spokesperson for Greek yogurt Oikos. From 2006 to 2009, Stamos had a starring role on the NBC medical drama "ER" as Dr. Tony Gates and followed that up with a stint on Broadway in "Bye Bye Birdie." In 2013, he began a recurring role in the series, "Necessary Roughness." Stamos, a friend and longtime fan of the iconic band The Beach Boys, continues to appear with the band as a "special guest star." He began doing this in 1985. Stamos is currently single. He was married to model/actress Rebecca Romijn for almost 6 years.
After "Full House" wrapped, Dave Coulier continued his career in comedy with work on in the Disney Channel Original Movie's "The Thirteenth Year" and "The Even Stevens Movie." He also founded his own children's entertainment company F3 Entertainment. Coulier became part of the spurned lovers music club due to his dalliance with then-unknown rocker Alanis Morisette and is rumored to be the scornful subject of her tune "You Oughta Know" from her breakout album, "Jagged Little Pill." He has continued voice work on animated TV shows like "Robot Chicken" and is now touring with the Clean Guys of Comedy In 2005, Coulier began dating photographer and producer Melissa Bring. They married on July 2, 2014 in Montana.