John Stamos has always been a bit rock and roll, beginning with his 1980s gig as General Hospital drummer Blackie Parrish and continuing to his iconic part as rocker Uncle Jesse on Full House. So, it's no surprise that his Beverly Hills abode is also a bit rock and roll. But just a bit, mind you, because -- have mercy -- he's a husband and father now!
In a video interview with Architectural Digest, Stamos takes viewers into the home he shares with his wife, Caitlin McHugh, and their toddler son, Billy. He describes the warm and friendly place as the "adult version" of himself and proudly declares that the residence has easily transformed from a bachelor pad to a comfortable family home.
Some of the fun things that Stamos shows off in the video are a typewriter that was given to him by Tom Hanks, an art piece made of mugshots of a man who was arrested for hitting on someone's wife, a heartfelt letter from his father, a Full House cookie jar, and a super-secret Disney collection he's never shown on film. Bonus for soap fans: he also proudly recalls working with Sammy Davis Jr. on General Hospital!
Check out the video tour of Stamos' home below and let us know your thoughts in the Comments section at the end of the article.
John Stamos played the General Hospital role of Blackie Parrish from 1982 to 1984. He went on to find mainstream fame as Uncle Jesse on the 1980s sitcom Full House and in subsequent roles on shows like Glee and Grandfathered. As Soap Central previously reported, he can next be seen as a temperamental basketball coach in the upcoming Disney+ series Big Shot.
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