John Stamos’s luscious mane might be dwindling now that he’s 56 years old, but on the bright side, the actor’s extensive net worth isn’t going anywhere anytime soon.
In fact, Stamos is reportedly worth a whopping $20 million, according to Cheat Sheet. His acting career accounts for the majority of his income, with Full House being his most successful project. Oh, my-lanta!
Stamos originally got his big break in 1982 when he starred as Blackie Parrish on the soap opera General Hospital. He went on to appear in Dreams and You Again? before landing the role of Jesse Katsopolis in Full House, which starred Bob Saget, Dave Coulier, Lori Loughlin, Jodie Sweetin, Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, Andrea Barber and Candace Cameron Bure.
However, you should know that playing Uncle Jesse on Full House isn’t Stamos’s only claim to fame. In fact, the actor is a credited executive producer (cha-ching!).
His resume boasts a number of familiar titles, including My Best Friend’s Wife, Thieves, Martin and Lewis, Jake in Progress, The Two Mr. Kissels and Grandfathered, along with 14 episodes of Fuller House. Oh, he also directed a 2017 short film called Ingenue-ish. (But who’s counting?)
In addition to acting, directing and producing, Stamos has also done a number of endorsement deals—like an advertisement for the yogurt brand Oikos. He also appeared in two Super Bowl ads for Dannon alongside his former Full House co-stars Saget and Coulier.
With so many sources of income and a cool $20 mil in the bank, all we have to say is… Have mercy!