John Stamos chronicles his unbelievable rise to fame in his memoir If You Would Have Advised Me. The now 60-year-old actor dives into his days as Blackie Parrish on Common Hospital, which jumpstarted his appearing profession. In his memoir, John recollects a second on the set of the hit cleaning soap opera the place he screamed at the Elizabeth Taylor.
Whereas filming a scene, John writes that he seen somebody “putzing round within the distance. I attempt to ignore it and go on, however the individual is making a racket making an attempt to arrange what appears to be like like a director’s chair. I hear a popping sound. What the hell?”
John can’t let go of the distraction and voices his frustration in entrance of everybody. “For the primary time, I actually lose it on set and yell out, ‘Will somebody get that previous girl out of my eyeline!’ That previous girl is Elizabeth Taylor. There she is, in all her lavender-eyed glory, poised in a director’s chair, sipping champagne,” the actor reveals.
Seems, Elizabeth determined to go to the set of the cleaning soap to see Anthony Geary, who performed Luke Spencer. Elizabeth had beforehand appeared on the present as the enduring Helena Cassidine.
“Chris [Robinson] shortly tells me who she is, and I’m so embarrassed,” John continues in his memoir. “I can’t imagine I misplaced my sh*t in entrance of Elizabeth Taylor. My dad goes to kill me. I mute my tantrum, apologize profusely, make some excuse about calling her previous, then slither again to the set and proceed the scene. This time, I cry my eyes out.”
Throughout his run on GH from 1982 to 1984, John earned a Daytime Emmy nomination for Excellent Supporting Actor in a Drama Collection. Only a few years later, John would nab the life-changing function of Jesse Katsopolis on Full Home and meet a few of his lifelong buddies, together with Lori Loughlin, Dave Coulier, and the late Bob Saget. If You Would Have Advised Me is offered now.