Full House star Dave Coulier revealed that he is a recovered alcoholic on Instagram. In the comments area, he received support from his Full House co-stars and friends.
In an Instagram caption, the actor stated that he had been clean for around two years. After a night of drinking, he also tweeted a photo of his face covered in blood after falling on some stone stairs.
The caption read:
“I was a drunk. Yes. An alcoholic. I’ve been alcohol-free since January 1, 2020. When I drank, I was the life of the party. I could make people laugh until they fell down. In this picture, I was the one who fell down.”
Dave then said, “Not because I was playing hockey or doing the things I love – like chopping wood or doing construction, golfing, fishing, or flying airplanes. I was hammered and fell, going up some stairs made of stone.”
Dave Coulier also acknowledged his wife, Melissa Coulier, thanking her for always being by his side. He stated that he made the decision for his own well-being, the well-being of his family, and the well-being of those who love him.
The actor went on to say that the most difficult aspect of his recovery was mental and physical withdrawal, but he has the constant support of his wife and friends.
Dave Coulier’s Net Worth
Dave Coulier is best known for his roles on the ABC sitcom Full House as Joey Gladstone and as Peter Venkman in The Real Ghostbusters.
The 62-year-net old's net worth is estimated to be around $5 million, according to CelebrityNetWorth. He has amassed a sizable fortune as a result of his work and career in the entertainment sector.
In 2001, Dave Coulier paid $1 million for a home in Encino, California. He tried to sell the house several times over the years, most recently in 2017 for under $2 million.
He is also a private pilot who owns and flies a B35 Bonanza. The television host took his first general aviation flight in Michigan when he was only five years old.
In 1979, he acquired his pilot's license and is now instrument-rated at the same airfield.
Dave then continued his training in Cirrus SR20. He is a member of the Hat in the Ring Society, which raises funds for the AOPA Foundation, which promotes safe flying.
Coulier enjoys ice hockey and takes part in charitable activities with the Detroit Red Wings. He is also a Detroit Tigers enthusiast who has participated in celebrity softball games with fellow Tigers fan Tom Selleck.