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In the fall of 1994, he attended Harvard University.
Perhaps his most famous role has been the speaking voice of Aladdin in the 1992 film, its direct-to-video sequels The Return of Jafar (1994) and Aladdin and the King of Thieves (1996), and the TV series (1994–1996).
Jimmy Fallon helped bring the guys back together just a few weeks ago with a hilarious send-up of this golden nugget of a television sitcom of the 1990s, and then there were those Super Bowl ads.
Full House was the can't-miss-TV-show of my youth—can you believe it premiered 25 years ago?
He appears on fifty episodes of the show throughout four seasons, starting with "Sisters in Crime" and ending with "Michelle Rides Again (Part 2)", in a cameo appearance.
Weinger was born on October 5, 1975 in New York City. He is the oldest of five, having three younger sisters and one younger brother.
But they were like, "We have this Lollipops and Gummy Bears' song for you to sing," and I'm like, "Really, are you kidding me?
Weinger's a writer on the show (and also was the voice of Aladdin , if you didn't know that amazing token of information), so one can only presume that he's helping to make this magic happen.
For the record, Candace Cameron Bure is also a writer — and a published author of the book Balancing It All: My Story Of Juggling Priorities And Purpose, which teaches you how to be a good Christian wife and balance your priorities and purpose... (Her Twitter is evident of her current priorities.)And to be frank, who doesn't love a Full House reunion, or ANY Full House nostalgia, period? That there's a full-on audience sound of oooohhhh!!
Candace Cameron: I think that there are standout episodes that necessarily might not be my favorite but are more well known. J.'s 13th episode, which was my first-kiss episode in real life (P. You can read about that here) Glamour: What are your favorite episodes?
Candace Cameron: My favorite episodes are ones where I got to dress up in something fun.