John Stamos, the American actor and musician, is perhaps most well-known for his role as Jesse Katsopolis in Full House, the American sitcom that gained immense popularity in the late 80s and early 90s. Uncle Jesse, John’s character, is depicted as a rock musician who volunteers to help his widowed brother-in-law in raising his three young daughters.
John’s ultra-cool onscreen character in Full House has often been regarded as a pop culture icon that swayed millions of adolescents at the time. John Stamos became so popular in the sitcom that he was approached by the executive producers to feature yet again in Fuller House, a 2016 Netflix series based on the original Full House series.
Like John Stamos, many of the cast members from the original series have reprised their role in the spin-off series by acting in regular roles or by making a guest appearance. However, much to the disappointment of fans of the original series, the spin-off series will not feature Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, the twin sisters who alternately played the role of one of the daughters from the original series. The Olsen sisters have declined to be a part of the spin-off as they say they have moved on from acting in favor of a career in the world of fashion design.
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John Stamos is one of the Full House actors who was very disappointed that the Olsen Twins had decided not to join the spin-off. In fact, John Stamos is particularly fond of the twins who played the role of Michelle Tanner, his lovable niece in Full House, and according to the Huffington Post, John is over-fixated with the Olsen twins to such an extent that he is refusing to accept the fact that the twin sisters no longer view themselves as actresses.
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And while many fans agree that some of the cutest scenes in the original series were between Uncle Jesse and Michelle, many fans also think that it’s time for John Stamos to let the Olsen twins go and to realize that they are no longer the cute little girls who used to act on the show.
Apart from featuring in Fuller House, John Stamos will also be seen in Fox’s upcoming second season of the comedy-horror drama Scream Queens. John will be featuring in the second season of the television series that is set in a hospital where a hilarious murder mystery will unfold. The actor will be playing the role of Dr. Brock Holt, who will be working in the hospital administered by Cathy Munsch, the character played by Jamie Lee Curtis.
John Stamos’s Dr. Holt is tipped to be the head surgeon of the hospital, and the character will be depicted as being very secretive. The actor will team with Taylor Lautner, Lea Michele, Emma Roberts, Keke Palmer, and Abigail Breslin, who make up the colorful ensemble of characters. The actor has already started to promote the upcoming series by sharing Instagram posts related to the show. According to Entertainment Weekly, the 52-year-old actor posted a photo that gave a sneak peek of a scene in which he has partially undressed for a shower.
However, it is not clear whether the photo actually reflects a scene that will be featured in Screen Queens, because the picture was captioned as “Dirty day on the set of @screamqueensfox #Showertime.”
John Stamos also joined the Fox team and his fellow cast members at the recently held Comic-Con International in San Diego to promote Scream Queens, along with co-stars like Taylor Lautner. According to Entertainment Tonight, John Stamos was accompanied by Caitlin McHugh, his girlfriend, whom he introduced to the other team members associated with the show.
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