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|Nickname:||Dave Coulier / David Coulier / David Couwlier / Mr. Duplicity|
|Known for:||Muppet Babies, The New America's Funniest People, The Real Ghost Busters|
|Birth name:||David Lee Coulier|
|Birthday:||21 September 1959, Detroit, Michigan, USA|
|Height:||5' 11" (1.80 m)|
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TriviaHas a great passion for playing hockey. He is a member of the Celebrity All-Stars squad whose team includes Jason Priestley, Matthew Perry, Alan Thicke, Michael J. Fox, Michael Keaton and Richard Dean Anderson. Coulier is pronounced Cool-Yay Formed his own children's entertainment company, F3 Entertainment was founded in early 2001. He has said he is the person Alanis Morissette is singing about in her song "You Oughta Know". Imitated various celebrites throughout several episodes of "Full House" (1987), including Bill Murray, Bob Hope, Walter Brennan, Bill Cosby, and Joe Pesci. Is a long-time friend of Anchor Bay High School English instructor Christopher LaMilza, who has played hockey with him in the past. Still close with his "Full House" (1987) cast mates, in particular Candace Cameron Bure, whom he introduced to Valeri Bure, NHL star of the Florida Panthers and the Dallas Stars, who became Cameron's husband. His famous tag line "Come on now, cut-it-out!" complete with hand motions that he became known for during "Full House" (1987) actually was created before he did that show. He invented the saying while he was on the variety show "Out of Control" (1984) on Nickelodeon in 1985. Partnered with former Olympic skater Nancy Kerrigan on the TV show "Skating with Celebrities" (2006). Owned a dog named Heckler during his "Full House" (1987) career.