D.I.L.F :John Stamos

So I decided to start a new post called D.I.L.F. (Dudes I Like to F**k). Every Sunday I will feature older men who are smash-worthy.  So let’s get started with our first feature, John Stamos.

Stamos a handsome heartthrob first decided to become an actor after accompanying his class to a taping of the hit sitcom Happy Days, during a high school field trip. The experience convinced him to pursue a life in the arts and he made his professional acting debut six months after graduating when he was cast as bad boy rocker Blackie Parrish on General Hospital. This multi-talented performer is an award-winning actor, musician and producer whose career has spanned over 25 years and has included appearances in some of television’s most enduring programs, including  Friends, and ER. Along the way, he’s also dabbled in the theater, where his exceptional performances in How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying and Cabaret have won him the approval of Broadway’s most discerning critics. His most memorable role was as the lovable and caring, Uncle Jesse on Full House.

Stamos has dated some of the finest fillies in Hollywood, including Demi Moore, Paula Abdul, Heather Locklear, Natasha Henstridge, Chelsea Noble, Denise Richards, Sheryl Crow, Emma Heming and Rebecca Romijn, to whom he was married from 1998 until 2005. Although he’s presently single, he hopes to extend his legacy one day by producing a litter of little Stamos babes.

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Categories: Music Hotties, TV Hotties


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One Comment on “D.I.L.F :John Stamos”

  1. Mark
    January 16, 2012 at 6:03 pm #

    Totally agree with this choice…damn!

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