The actor is filming "Full House" reboot after returning from rehab stint
Uncle Jesse is back in action
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For all the fans of “Full House”, John Stamos, famous for playing Jesse Katsopolis in 90s hit sitcom, has shared first photograph from the set of “Fuller House” on Saturday via Instagram.
“And we’re back! Same sideburns – different decade. #FullerHouse #Netflix.” The caption reads, while photograph shows Stamos reading the script of “Fuller House” in a seemingly good mood and high spirits.
The 51-year old actor appears to be getting into his groove after completing his recent stint in rehab center. Yesterday, he posted a picture of him sparring boxing punch bag.
“I’m back. Took a month to take care of things. Healthy. Feeling grateful for the love and support of family and friends”. Stamos wrote underneath the picture.
John Stamos checked into the rehab earlier this month. It opted for substance abuse treatment program in non-hospital settings.
Prior to entering rehabilitation, Stamos was arrested and charged with Driving Under Influence in Beverly Hills area. The Emmy Award-nominated actor was taken into custody by Beverly Hills police in June when numerous people called and reported about a possible DUI person driving erratically. After being arrested, Stamos was hospitalized for an unknown medical condition.
When John Stamos returned home, he tweeted. “Thanks to everyone for their love and support. I’m home and well. Very appreciative of PHPD and Cedars for their care.”
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Now Stamos is back and is filming the reboot, which is due to premiere on Netflix in 2016.