"Full House" actor, John Stamos encouraged American citizens to vote in the upcoming elections in an adorable video with his son, Billy Stamos. The star shared that a surprise was in store for registered folks.
Posted on his Instagram page, the pair encouraged his followers to vote. In the caption, he shared a link that fans can register through. The "Grandfathered" actor urged for 100 people to register.
Should a hundred or more do so, he promised to share special scenes from the classic "Full House" comedy he starred in. Playing as uncle Jessie, Stamos became the most popular adult actor. It aired from 1987 to 1995.
The original cast of "Full House" than ran from 1985 to 1995. | Photo: Flickr.
PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT TO VOTE
As the time to vote drawers closer, Stamos said that citizens can't vote unless they are registered. Throughout the video, Billy Stamos is fidgety and narrates what his father says:
"Everybody's gotta vote. If we get 100 people to register via our link, I'm gonna share some very special footage of" Full House" that I have."
His more than three million followers gushed at the charming duos public service announcement. Inquisitr reported that some fans mentioned that they'd already registered and are ready to take the boy in.
BLASTS FROM THE PAST
Former co-stars from the comedy show commented how they couldn't get over Billy Stamos' loveable character. While, Andrea Barber sought shared custody of the couch in the background from the spinoff on Netflix.
After landing the uncle Jessie role, "Full House" went on to produce eight seasons, growing in popularity.
Netflix reproduced the classic sitcom from 2016 to 2020. Stamos also featured in the spinoff. The show aired over three decades ago on NBC, officially becoming his big break.
STAMOS' FRUITFUL CAREER
Before he starred in the sitcom, Stamos featured in a drama, "General Hospital", for three years from 1982. His acting skills saw him nominated for an Emmy for Supporting Actor in a Drama Series.
The couple often share family moments on their Instagram pages, while maintaining their privacy.
The 80s sitcom had eight seasons. After the last season, Stamos played significant roles in "ER", "Jake in Progress", "Scream" and "You". Fuller was executive producer of the spinoff and also starred in it.
KEEPING HIS PERSONAL LIFE PRIVATE
Like many artists in the limelight, Stamos has chosen to keep his life away from the headlines. Rumours have done the rounds on whom he might be dating, but he has never confirmed or denied reports.
Stamos confirmed a relationship with model and co-star, Caitlin McHugh, in 2016. The couple later tied the knot and are currently raising their son together. McHugh also starred alongside Stamos in "Full House".
In her interview with Good Housekeeping, McHugh shared how the proposal included everything she loved. The couple often shared family moments on their Instagram pages, while maintaining their privacy.
His model wife, has appeared as a supporting wife, showing up when Stamos is on set. Stamos hosted PBS's "A Capitol Fourth", which aired on July 4. McHugh was seen sitting in the audience during the show.