The Stunning Transformation Of John Stamos

John Stamos is one of the most handsome Hollywood A-listers TV fans have ever come across, thanks to his deep smile and jet black hair. Of course, who could forget the sensual Oikos Greek Yogurt commercial where every viewer was dying to be his spoon. The actor's chiseled Greek God looks were no match for our mortal hearts, and everyone fell in love with him as the hip Uncle Jesse on "Full House."

But there is a lot more to Stamos than good hair and a resemblance to Elvis. Did you know he played drums for the Beach Boys in a music video (via Today)? And while he did get his start on "General Hospital," he has worked as not only an actor, but a producer, musician, comedian, and singer (via IMDb). Stamos has been in the business for over three decades, and many would argue he just keeps getting better with age.

John was anything but predictable

Biography noted that Stamos got bitten by the acting bug at the young age of 15. So in 1981, Stamos decided to take a gap year from college and really give acting a shot. The timing paid off since only three weeks later, he landed the part of Blackie Parrish on the famous soap opera "General Hospital." What was supposed to be a five-episode run turned into a two-year stint after fans fell in love with his charm.

But in 1987, the breakout role of a lifetime would fall into Stamos' lap as he was cast in ABC's "Full House," which aimed to be a family-friendly comedy (per TV Overmind). Stamos was not surprisingly thrown into the spotlight and made a household name. When the show came to an end in 1995, Stamos acted in a few made-for-TV movies, but ultimately he stepped behind the camera and worked on a miniseries called "The Beach Boys: An American Family" (via IMDb).

Everywhere you go

His career was undoubtedly made after his eight-season run as Jesse Katsopolis on "Full House." Fans loved the 1980s show so much they made him, and others such as Candace Cameron Bure, Bob Saget, and Jodie Sweetin reprise their role for Netflix's reboot, "Fuller House." The actor loved the show so much he even took a special prop from the set, the iconic blue couch! The couch bought comfort and many life lessons to viewers throughout the years.

Stamos loved his time on "Full House" and his catchphrase, "Have mercy." He told WTOP that "Back then, it wasn't [acclaimed]. There wasn't social media, so we didn't know how important it was. You couldn't just post a picture and see how many people liked it; you had to go to the mall to see if you were popular! So it's nice to sit back and go, 'Oh, this did mean something.'"

Paging doctor hottie

By 2005 Stamos started to appear as a regular on "ER" (via Cinema Blend). This was way before McDreamy or McSteamy, but let's be honest, Stamos would have blown them out of the emergency room by just being a McHottie. The actor made the drama his home for its final three seasons. He recently told TV Line that "'ER' was a perfect show, and up until now, it was my favorite job. I really like this job, but that was, boy, that was a special show. I hope people rediscover it like you did."

Stamos graced the small screen of "ER" as Dr. Tony Gates, an intern who turned resident at Cook County General Hospital (per Screen Rant). Fans will recall that Dr. Gates was not about playing nicely with the other doctors, which caused him problems with multiple attendees. However, Stamos still keeps in touch with his old pals and even posts up-to-date reunions with them on his Instagram.

Heartbreak hotel

Naturally, being such a hunk and eligible bachelor for so long, Stamos has had his fair share of dates and breakups. According to Cheat Sheet, he was married to the actress behind the "X-Men" character Mystique, Rebecca Romijn, back in 1994 for seven years. The Victoria's Secret model had her first date with her future husband at Disneyland, and the two were immediately attracted to one another. Sadly in 2005, the marriage just stopped working for both of them, and John Stamos and Rebecca Romijn decided to call it quits.

Just because he was Uncle Jesse, that didn't always help him get dates. He revealed to Extra that he once had asked "SNL" alum Amy Poehler out, saying, "I guess Amy didn't know it was a date. I asked her out on a date. And we had a really nice time. Then I hear she thought it wasn't a date. It was a date in my eyes." Luckily the actor found his forever love later in life.

John is forever young

Younger generations may not know Stamos from his time as Uncle Jesse, but they will recall seeing his face in "Glee" and as Chef Louie in ABC's "The Little Mermaid Live!" (via IMDb). But along with his long list of acting credits, he also has a rather extraordinary personal life. The actor is currently married to Caitlin McHugh, and they welcomed their first child, son William "Billy" Christopher Stamos, on April 10, 2018 (per Good Housekeeping).

Stamos also has served as a spokesperson for Project Cuddle, an adoption-oriented non-profit organization that aims at helping prevent baby abandonment (via People). The 57-year-old is not showing any signs of slowing down and seems to hardly have a wrinkle on his olive skin. So whether he is beating to the beat of his own drums (or those of the Beach Boys) or playing with his son, this Hollywood star will remain forever young and hold a special place in fans' hearts.