Which has greater longevity, John Stamos’ career or his hair? Some might tell you it’s an impossible question to answer. Since his acting debut in 1982 on the daytime soap General Hospital as street kid Blackie Parrish, Stamos has never stopped working — and neither has his hair.
That thick, dark, luscious, glorious head of hair has seen him through roles on huge TV shows like Full House, ER, Glee, Grandfathered and Scream Queens; movies like Party Monster and My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2; and even Broadway’s Bye Bye Birdie. That hair has seen him win a Daytime Emmy Award for General Hospital and a People’s Choice Award for Grandfathered. That hair has seen him date some of the most beautiful women in the world while eating your favorite grocery store yogurt. That hair has been long, short, a mullet, and nearly a crew cut, but it has always been thick, dark and lovely. Seriously, you can totally feel your fingers in it right now, can’t you?
Just close your eyes and imagine… or, better yet, look at these pics and imagine.