|Height:||180 cm (5' 11'')|
|Birth Day:||September 21, 1959|
|Birth Place:||St. Clair Shores, United States|
|Height:||180 cm (5' 11'')|
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Personal Life and Real Estate: Coulier was married to his first wife, Jayne Modean, for two years in the early 1990s. They share one child together, a son named Luc (born in 1990). He then dated singer Alanis Morissette. Coulier and Morissette broke up not long before she started working on her album "Jagged Little Pill" (1995), and it is rumored that Morissette's song "You Oughta Know" is about Coulier. He started dating Melissa Bring, a photographer and producer, in 2005. They got married in 2014.
Coulier is an avid flyer, and is a licensed private pilot, having earned his pilot's license in 1979. He owns and flies a B35 Bonanza. He is also an ice hockey fan, and is known to participate in charity events hosted by the team the Detroit Red Wings. His other favorite professional sports team is the baseball team the Detroit Tigers.
In 2001, Coulier bought a home in Encino, California, for $1 million. He has attempted to sell the home a number of times over the years, including most-recently in 2017 when it was listed for just under $2 million.
He played varsity hockey alongside John Blum at Notre Dame High School in Harper Woods, Michigan. His career as a comedian began when he impersonated his high school principal, an act that did not go over well.
David Alan Coulier, formerly Couwlier, was born to David Alan Couwlier and Arlen Couwlier in St. Clair Shores, Michigan, on September 21, 1959. His mother's side of the family is from Bathurst, New Brunswick, Canada, and his paternal grandmother was a Jewish immigrant from Germany. He got his start in stand-up comedy in high school by impersonating his principal and other staff over his high school's PA system. He graduated in 1977 from Notre Dame High School in Harper Woods, Michigan, where he was a member of the varsity ice hockey team, playing defense alongside future NHL player John Blum. Coulier also attended high school with Mark Cendrowski, whose claim to fame is directing The Big Bang Theory. Coulier and Cendrowski have been friends since the third grade and were always making 8mm films together during high school. Coulier also attended The University of Michigan but dropped out after his freshman year to pursue comedy full time. Dave later attended Stonehill College in N Easton Mass for 6 years.
Coulier is a private pilot who owns and flies a B35 Bonanza. His first general aviation flight was at the age of five in Michigan. He earned his pilot's license at the same airport later in 1979 and is now instrument rated. In 2012, he did more flight training in a Cirrus SR20 to "keep current." He is part of the Hat in the Ring Society to support the AOPA foundation, an organization that promotes safe flying.
He was initially cast as a player for Saturday Night Live for the 1986 season. However, right before the season started, casting changes were made and he was left off the show. It was said that many of the producers felt he was too similar in humor style to Dana Carvey, who was also joining the show in 1986, and that was why the change was made.
In the early 1990s, Coulier was married for two years to Jayne Modean. They have one son, named Luc Coulier, born in 1990. Having divorced, he started dating Alanis Morissette, but they broke up shortly before she recorded her album Jagged Little Pill. He is rumored to be the subject of Morissette's song "You Oughta Know." In 2005, Coulier began dating photographer and producer Melissa Bring. They married on July 2, 2014, in Montana.
Coulier is known for playing Joey Gladstone on the ABC sitcom Full House. He stayed on the show from 1987 until its cancellation in 1995. He was famous for doing voices and impersonations. In addition to Full House, Coulier appeared on George and Leo and Nick Freno: Licensed Teacher. He has also hosted America's Funniest People (first with Arleen Sorkin and later with Tawny Kitaen) and Opportunity Knocks. Additionally, he was also a voice actor in Yogi Bear and the Magical Flight of the Spruce Goose and has voiced Felix the Cat on a few occasions. He also put out a solo album called Cut It Out, a self-proclaimed tribute to "tank tops and short shorts."
He also founded his own children's entertainment company, F3 Entertainment, in 2000. In 2003, Coulier appeared on season three of The Surreal Life. In 2006, he appeared on the TV reality show Skating with Celebrities on FOX, where he was paired with Olympic medalist Nancy Kerrigan. They were eliminated in episode four.
On June 2, 2008, Chikara, a professional wrestling promotion based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, announced that Coulier was elected by the Chikara Board of Directors as the new commissioner of the company, a position that he held for two years until the next election (which took place on May 25, 2010). Coulier is the successor to former Commissioner and fellow Full House cast member Bob Saget.
In 2009, Coulier provided the voice for Bob McKenzie on the Canadian animated series Bob & Doug, based on the SCTV characters Bob and Doug McKenzie. Coulier became the first person other than Rick Moranis to portray the character, as Moranis (who serves as executive producer) was not interested in resuming the part. Coulier says he understands that longtime fans might be skeptical of his take on the role, but he could not help jumping at the chance to portray one of his favorite comic characters. "It's huge shoes to fill, stepping into Rick Moranis' shoes. It's such an established, great character and I guess the only thing I have going for me is that it kind of sounds alike and that half of my family is from Canada." His mother's family is from Bathurst, New Brunswick.
The Same Picture of Dave Coulier Every Day is an image blog which publishes the same photograph of Coulier every day. Begun in 2011 by comedian Aaron Littleton, it is the progenitor of a trend of similarly themed blogs which feature the same content in every daily update. The trend of such "content heterogeneity" has been studied in academic literature. The trend has also been called "single-topic", and Forbes has called The Same Picture of Dave Coulier Every Day the apotheosis of the movement.
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|#4||Melissa Bring||Spouse||N/A||N/A||37||Celebrity Family Member|
Currently, Dave Coulier is 61 years, 8 months and 22 days old. Dave Coulier will celebrate 62nd birthday on a Tuesday 21st of September 2021. Below we countdown to Dave Coulier upcoming birthday.
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