If you grew up watching television in the late 80's and early 90's, you are very familiar 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: Find the club on Facebook. Follow them on Twitter:@LaughsComedy

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