St. Clair Shores native and "Full House" star returns to Michigan Oct. 6 for a comedy show in Port Huron to open the Blue Water Film Festival.
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Coulier talks with Patch contributor Tina DeBord about Michigan, humor and undergarments.
Comedian, producer and voice actor Dave Coulier will bring his stand-up routine to the Macomb Center for the Performing Arts on Jan. 29. Coulier, a St. Clair Shores native, is best known for his role as funny guy Joey Gladstone on the sitcom Full House. We recently spoke with him via e-mail about his current projects, his ties to Michigan and his preference for underpants. Patch: Your impersonations are well-known. When and why did you start using your voice as a comedic tool? Coulier: I was a hockey player growing up. With 20 guys in a locker room, there's always a built-in audience–a place to try out impressions of coaches, teachers and teammates. I realized at a very early age that mimicking people and doing voices could get big laughs…