‘Fuller House’ star Dave Coulier talks Box Tops and advice from Jay Leno

Dave Coulier (57) may be best known for his role as Uncle Joey in Full House and in the Netflix reboot Fuller House, but he is equally well-known in comedy circles for unique kind of family-friendly humor.

This Michigan native always seems to be kept busy with either comedy or voice over work, has added directing to his dossier. He directed an episode of Fuller House, something that he will repeat again during this season.

One of Coulier’s passion projects gives new meaning to his famous catch phrase “cut it out,” as he is an advocate for General Mills’ Box Tops for Education. This program is celebrating its 20th anniversary and has donated more than $780 million to schools across America.

Dave Coulier spoke with TheCelebrityCafe.com about his passion for Box Tops for Education, what he is up to, some valuable words of wisdom given to him from Jay Leno and how he likes to spend his time when he visits New York City and more.

Please check out http://www.boxtops4education.com/ and his website here.

 

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