All About John Stamos Net Worth Age, Career and Family

John Stamos is a famous American actor and musician. You might recognize him as Jesse Katsopolis from the TV show “Full House,” which was on from 1987 to 1995. Stamos is really popular in the entertainment world, and he’s made a lot of money from his success.

CategoryRichest Celebrities › Actors
Net Worth$30 Million (2024)
BirthdateAug 19, 1963 (60 years old)
Height5 ft 11 in (1.82 m)
Profession Actor, Television producer, Singer, Musician, Songwriter, Film Producer
NationalityUnited States of America

John Stamos Net Worth in 2024

According to Celebrity Net Worth and The Richest, John Stamos is worth about $30 million. He made money from acting, music, producing, and smart real estate investments. Even though he went through a tough divorce and had some personal issues with drugs, Stamos kept working hard. His $30 million net worth shows he’s been successful.

Stamos’ financial success comes from various sources like acting, music, producing, and smart real estate investments. His net worth is estimated to be around $30 million, as reported by Celebrity Net Worth and The Richest. This amount reflects the money he has earned throughout his career.

Despite facing challenges like a highly publicized divorce and personal struggles with substance abuse, Stamos has persevered. He continues to work hard, and his net worth stands as evidence of his ongoing success. Stamos’ ability to overcome setbacks showcases his resilience and determination in building both his personal life and career.

John Stamos’s Source of Income

John Stamos is an American actor, producer, and musician. His source of income primarily comes from his work in the entertainment industry. Some of his notable roles include playing Jesse Katsopolis on the television series “Full House” and its sequel “Fuller House.” He has also appeared in various other TV shows, films, and theater productions.

John Stamos's Source of Income
John Stamos’s Source of Income

John Stamos Social Networks 

Instagram               4.2 Million+Link
Twitter                     1.6 Million+  Link
Facebook                1.4 Million+Link


John Stamos Career

1. Early Life  Career starting 

John Stamos, born on August 19, 1963, in Cypress, California, grew up with his mom Loretta (a model), dad William (a restaurant owner), and younger sisters Janeen and Alaina. His dad, originally a Greek immigrant with the last name Stamatopoulos, ran fast food places where John worked during his youth. As a teenager, he also worked at Duke’s and Yellow Basket in Orange County. While at John F. Kennedy High School, Stamos played drums in the marching band and was a fan of The Beach Boys, whom he later performed with. Although he initially planned to attend Cypress College in 1981, he shifted gears and pursued an acting career instead, landing a role on “General Hospital” just three weeks later.

Early Life  Career starting


2. TV and Film Career

Stamos acted as Blackie Parrish on the soap opera “General Hospital” from 1982 to 1984. During this time, he received a nomination for a Daytime Emmy Award and won two Soapy Awards for his performances. After that, he landed leading roles in the CBS sitcom “Dreams,” which ran for 12 episodes in 1984, and the NBC show “You Again?,” which aired 26 episodes from 1986 to 1987.

In 1986, he made his debut on the big screen with a starring role in “Never Too Young to Die.” John then started playing Jesse Katsopolis, also known as “Uncle Jesse,” on ABC’s “Full House” in 1987. He appeared in all 192 episodes throughout the sitcom’s eight seasons.

After “Full House” ended, John Stamos appeared in various TV shows like “Tales from the Crypt” (1993), “The Larry Sanders Show” (1995 and 1997), and “Friends” (2003). He starred in ABC’s “Thieves” (2001) and “Jake in Progress” (2005-2006), also working as a producer for both. Later, he took on similar roles in “Grandfathered” and “Fuller House.” Stamos played Dr. Tony Gates in 65 episodes of NBC’s “ER” from 2005 to 2009. He received a People’s Choice Award for Favorite Actor in a New TV Series for “Grandfathered,” which ran from 2015 to 2016. In 2016, he played Dr. Brock Holt in season 2 of “Scream Queens” and returned to “Fuller House.” Stamos also had a role in Lifetime’s “You” from 2018 to 2019. While known for TV, he has also been in films like “Party Monster” (2003), “Fa Farce of the Penguins ther of Invention” (2010), “My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2” (2016), and voiced a penguin in “Farce of the Penguins” (2007), directed by “Full House” co-star Bob Saget.

3. Music Career

John’s musical journey started at the age of 4 when he began learning to play the drums, and later, he picked up the guitar. At 13, he formed a band called “Destiny” with some friends, performing at parties and amusement parks. Stamos played congas on the 1994 album “Shades of Blue” with fellow musicians Lanny Cordola, David Enos, Gary Griffin, Tony Guerrero, and Sandra Stephens. The album was re-released digitally in 2010. In 2006, John contributed to the “Unexpected Dreams” charity album by performing Billy Joel’s “Lullabye (Goodnight, My Angel).” He has been playing with The Beach Boys since 1985, showcasing his talent on steel drums and congas in their 1988 video for “Kokomo” and taking on lead vocal duties for the track “Forever” on their 1992 album “Summer in Paradise.” Stamos joined The Beach Boys on “Dancing with the Stars” in 2010 and hosted PBS’ 2018 “A Capitol Fourth” special, where he also performed. Additionally, he participated in several dates on their “50th Reunion Tour.”

4. Theatre Career

John stepped onto Broadway for the first time in 1995 in the show “How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying” at the Richard Rodgers Theatre. Later, he took on the role of the Master of Ceremonies in “Cabaret” (2002) and played Guido Contini in “Nine” (2003). In 2009, Stamos starred as Albert Peterson in “Bye Bye Birdie,” earning a Golden Icon Award for his outstanding performance. His Broadway journey continued with appearances in “Chance & Chemistry” (2009) and “The Best Man” (2012). In 2011, he played Corny Collins in a production of “Hairspray” at the Hollywood Bowl.

5. Real Estate

In May 2005, right after divorcing Rebecca Romijn, John Stamos bought a 4,000 square foot home in Beverly Hills for $3.57 million. He put it up for sale in May 2019 at $6.75 million but later dropped the price to $5.7 million, and then to $4.495 million in May 2020.

In 2008, Stamos paid $900,000 for a unit on the 10th floor of the Eastern Columbia building in downtown Los Angeles. The unit has 14-foot ceilings, stainless steel appliances, spacious tubs, hardwood floors, and an open layout. The hued windows bring in lots of light, and the building offers privacy. At one point, Johnny Depp was his neighbor in the building.

In August 2019, he bought a home in a gated community in Hidden Hills, California, for $5.75 million.

Personal Life

John proposed to model and actress Rebecca Romijn on Christmas Eve in 1997, three years after they first met at a Victoria’s Secret fashion show. They got married on September 19, 1998, in Beverly Hills, but unfortunately, they divorced in March 2005.

Later, in October 2017, John got engaged to model and actress Caitlin McHugh, and they tied the knot on February 3, 2018. John and Caitlin initially met while both were guest-starring on “Law and Order: SVU” in 2011. However, they didn’t start dating until 2015, after Caitlin attended a taping of an episode of “Fuller House,” in which her roommate appeared. John proposed to Caitlin at Disneyland, her favorite place, and they welcomed their son William on April 10, 2018.

In 2018, John and Caitlin collaborated to create a jewelry line called St. Amos Jewelry. They generously donated all the proceeds to Childhelp, a foundation dedicated to helping victims of child abuse. It’s worth mentioning that John Stamos, a big Elvis Presley fan, received a TV Land Award for Favorite Elvis Impression in 2007.

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