Dave Coulier

In 1987, Dave Coulier appeared on The Tonight Show, and landed several voice-over roles on the animated series, Muppet Babies. Most notably, he was cast as Joey Gladstone, Bob Saget’s crazy best-friend-cum-comedian on the series Full House. As Full House enjoyed nationwide popularity, Coulier became a voice-over artist on the animated The Real Ghost Busters. In 1990, he was also cast as the host of ABC’s America’s Funniest People, a home-video show featuring silly and outrageous video clips, as well as Coulier’s own sketches.

Coulier is proud of his “clean,” family-appropriate humor, and founded a multimedia organization called The Clean Guys of Comedy. Ironically, he recently admitted that he might be the inspiration behind Alanis Morissette’s contemptuous single, “You Oughta Know.” He continues to be an avid hockey player, and is a member of the Celebrity All-Stars team.