If you grew up watching television in the late 80's and early 90's, you are very familar with Dave Coulier. He played "Uncle Joey" in the hit sitcom "Full House", a stand-up comic with a flair for hilarious funny voices.
You may not be surprised to learn the role wasn't really a big stretch for him, as it mirrors his real life in many ways. Since his days on "Full House", Dave has hosted shows spotlighting funny people and extremely talented kids. He has done voiceover work on a number of cartoons, including "Robot Chicken" and "Muppet Babies". He's no stranger to the comedy stage, with a show that's labeled "Family Friendly".
Dave joined Margaret to chat about a number of things, including his years with Full House (and who he still keeps in touch with) and his passion for hockey. The Michigan native is a Detroit Red Wings fan and is one of 3 non-players who have been named "official" Red Wings alumni.
Dave will perform April 25-27 at Laughs Comedy Spot in Kirkland. For ticket information visit the club's website: www.laughscomedy.com. Find the club on Facebook. Follow them on Twitter: @LaughsComedy