John was chosen as one of People Magazine's Sexiest Men Alive for 2007.
John was one of People Magazine's Sexiest Men Alive, 2006. He is found in the "Sexy Men with Glasses".
Recently preformed with the "Beach Boys" in concert as the drummer.
John once dated Demi Moore.
John was the first member of the Full House cast to announce he was leaving after the eighth season due to his disapproval of the planned move from ABC to the WB.
John spent over $30,000 to purchase a Disneyland sign.
John joined the cast of ER, in its 13th season, as a paramedic who served in the Gulf War and is studying medicine.
John's first three movies were Alice in Wonderland, Grownups, and Never Too Young To Die.
John has been accused of being the cast member that doesn't want to bring Full House back for a reunion movie.
John had his last name on Full House hanged from Cochran to Katsopolis to fit his nationality.
John has only been married once, and that was to his former wife Rebeca Romjin-Stamos.
John's first television appearance was on the soap opera General Hospital in 1982. He played as Blackie.
John does not have any children.
John had a mullet until 1988. (the start of the 2nd Season of Full House).
John dated Lori Loughlin before acting with her on Full House.
Though Greek is John's preference of his nationalities, his mother was from Ireland.
Yellow Basket was the name of a restaurant that John's father owned. John worked there even after he landed his role on General Hospital.
John is a member of the Starlight Foundation which is an organizations that grants wishes for sick children.
John and Rebecca's first date was at Disneyland.
The Harley Davidson tattoo that John shows during the show Full House, isn't real.
John directed the Beach Boy's video Hot Fun in the Summertime.
John got voted to be one of 50 Most Beautiful People in the World in 1990. And the Australian magazine TV Hits named him the Hottest Man on Earth 2 years in a row.
John made his Broadway debut in the production of How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying in 1995.
John got an Emmy nomination for best supporting actor in 1982-1983.
John hosted the Elvis Tribute in 1994 at which time he had the privilege of announcing Michael Jackson and Janet Jackson. Attending with them was Lisa Marie Presley and her mother.
John sang the song Forever with the Beach Boys. The song is featured on one of the Beach Boys albums.
John takes a different route in his dating habits after his marriage break up. John says he is looking to date "real women". Women such as waitresses and nurses. Women who are not jaded.
John fell victim to the Paris Hilton fiasco when her friends hacked into her cell phone and got phone numbers for her friends then sold them to be published. John's home phone number ended up on the internet.
John is a big hearted man. When ex wife Rebecca Romijn announced she was going to wed Jerry O'Connell, John stepped up to plate and gave her his blessing.
John was in attendance of the Las Angeles premier of the move The Aristocrats.
At Disneyland's Candlelight Processional taking place at Epcot Center, John was a narrator. This event took place on December 25th thru 27th.
John and his ex-wife Rebecca Romijn-Stamos, have both guest starred on the TV show Friends (1994), though not in the same episode.
John: For so many years, fans and friends have been wanting me to succeed and be back on TV every week, which hasn't happened since Full House. I feel like I came through for them. I've been been on the cover of TV Guide, on every single talk and entertainment show except Letterman. It's interesting being older and dealing with this kind of success. I'm more appreciative of it now, and I don't take it for granted. I'm happier in my career now than I've ever been.
John: Joining ER, I felt like that kid who got the golden ticket in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. I've been offered chocolate bars all these years, but there had been no golden ticket. Just the stomachache that was called Jake in Progress. But then I got cast on ER, I knew I'd be playing a great character and I knew the show was great. I figured if I got this show canceled, I'd have to quit show business. But I swear I didn't imagine getting all this attention. I didn't expect this big revival. It's exhilarating!
John: (Thoughts on being married again) I don't know, but I do know I want to have children. That's the only thing missing in my life. I certainly thought I'd have some by now.
John: (Would he ever consider plastic surgery?) No way! I'm finally looking older and inviting my wrinkles.
John: (How he stays in shape) I have a trainer that I box with. Luckily, on ER, they'll tell me if I have a shirtless scene coming up and I'll have a few weeks to power it out.
John: I'm just as insecure and neurotic and scared and vulnerable as anybody.
John: Single-camera work is very difficult. It's one of the reasons I wanted to do it - it's an arena I'm not that skilled at. I grew up doing sitcoms and theater and even playing with the Beach Boys, where you're programmed to perform, your body gets into a rhythm and you know it has to perform.
John: People look at me and go, 'You must have it made. You have girls. You have a great life. It's not true. I mean you pull the curtain away, and you see I'm just as insecure and neurotic and scared and vulnerable as anybody, you know.
John: I've had a fairy tale life. I had a perfect family, a beautiful childhood, an incredible upbringing. I lived a lot of life but a lot of good life... But in the last few years, losing my father, going through a divorce and not getting some jobs I really wanted, is making me a much more interesting person, I think... This all really does feel like a rebirth, a new chapter.
John: Mary-Kate and Ashley, who played Michelle, were great. I miss them, I love them, and I need to borrow some money from them.
John: (About his time on Full House.) The whole time I was on it, I wished I was on another show, I'm not gonna lie to you. But I look back on it fondly, and I'm proud of it. Was it Seinfeld (1990), Friends (1994), Mary Tyler Moore (1970)? No. Was it a heartwarming show you could watch with your kids? Yes. And there's nothing wrong with that.