David graduated from Notre Dame High School in Harper Woods, Michigan.
David played in Slimer! And the Real Ghostbusters as the character of Peter Venkman.
Dave, Lorenzo Music, and Bill Murray are connected together in two ways. Music was the voice of Garfield on Garfield and Friends (1988) while Coulier substituted as the voice when Music was ill, and Murray did the voice for the movie Garfield (2004). Bill Murray played Peter Venkman in the movie Ghost Busters (1984) while Music started off as the voice of Peter in the cartoon The Real Ghost Busters (1986) and Coulier took over the voice duties from Music. Coulier also imitated Murray on a few episodes of his show Full House (1987).
Dave is 5' 11".
During the final season of Full House, Dave (Joey) invited the cast of Full House to watch him play hockey in a game that included other celebrities and professional hockey players raising money for a childrens charity.
Dave impersonated the principal over the PA system in High School.
Dave's half-brother is Danny Deutsch.
Dave is a huge fan of the Detroit Red Wings. He even wore one of their jersey's in an episode of Full House.
Dave is an avid player of the guitar and harmonica.
Dave dated Alanis Morissette for quite some time. They met at a hockey game. He says that Alanis's song You Oughta Know was written for him.
Dave formed his own children's entertainment company called F3 Entertainment.
Dave is a member of the Celebrity All-Star Hockey Squad.
Dave is a member of the comedy troupe Ducksbreath Mystery Theater.
Dave's trademark in the entertainment world is he is known for his imitations of various celebrities.
Dave married Jayne Modean in 1990 and they divorced in 1992. They had 1 child, a son Luc.
Dave's nickname is Mr. Duplicity.
The Even Stevens Movie that was made in 2003 used Dave as the character of Lance LeBow.
Highly regarded for his voice-over talent, Dave additional credits include many Saturday morning cartoon favorites. He started out doing voices on Hanna-Barbera's Scooby and Scrappy-Doo (1979) and the re-syndicated version of The Jetsons (1962). Dave then went on to lend his versatile voice to Jim Henson's Emmy Award-winning animated series, Muppet Babies (1984), where he portrayed Animal and Dr. Bunsen Honeydew for the run of the series, and then became the voice of three additional characters: Waldorf and Statler (the two old guys on the balcony on the original The Muppet Show (1976)) and Bean Bunny. Additionally, Dave also voiced the character of Peter Venkman on The Real Ghost Busters (1986) cartoon (played by Bill Murray in the movies).
Dave teamed up with Dave Thomas to bring his Weaver Beaver cartoon to life.
Dave does the voice of Van Tastic from the video game Whacked.
Dave: (on Full House) Everybody in town here it seems was reading for that
character because he was supposed to be a comedian. So every comedian
was going in there. I just went in on an audition and auditioned. After I finished,
they said, "Can you also read for the role of the father?" And I said, "Yeah,
sure." So I read for the role of the father and they said thank you very much,
then I went home and my manager called and said, "You got this pilot for
some show called Full House." At that time, we taped the pilot episode with
a different father, other than Bob Saget. So we shot the entire pilot with this
other guy playing the dad. Bob was in New York doing the CBS morning
program and he got fired, actually. So the creator of the show, Jeff Franklin,
said, "I want you guys to screen test with Saget." And I had already been
friends with Bob for years and years. It was just so strange because there we
were auditioning together for this pilot that was already picked up. And ABC
saw our screen test together and they fired the other guy and hired Bob. Then
we had to go back and record all the scenes that the other father was in and
we plugged Bob in. So it was very, very strange. A very strange start to the
Dave: Years ago the Red Wings made me the honorary captain of the
team for the 75th anniversary of the NHL. That was their first mistake.
Dave Coulier: (about the kids "upstaging" the adults on "Full House") I don't think there was ever any "focus envy," if that's what you call it. It was a situation where we were all in it together, and we all came out of it really happy.
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