Saturday, Oct 28, 2023 8:00 PM
Marcus Jewish Community Center of Atlanta
5342 Tilly Mill Road
Atlanta, Georgia 30338
The 32nd Edition of the Book Festival of the MJCCA welcomes film and television star John Stamos for a conversation on his forthcoming memoir, "If You Would Have Told Me."
-All tickets include a signed hardcover copy of "If You Would Have Told Me" and admission to the book talk and photo line.
-VIP tickets also include reserved seating behind Festival Patrons (approx. 20-25 rows from the stage).
A Cappella will have additional copies of "If You Would Have Told Me" for purchase at the venue. Masks are optional.
About the Book
We think we know John Stamos. The beloved actor of television ("Full House," "ER," "General Hospital"), film, and Broadway grew up in front of the cameras and drummed his way into our hearts as an honorary Beach Boy. In a candid memoir slated for release by Henry Holt & Co. on October 24, 2023, readers can peek into the heart of this familiar face. It's a rollicking insider look at Hollywood, fame, fortune, and failure. It's a tender treaty on love, friendship, and fatherhood. Throughout it all, Stamos maintains a sense of wonderment captured in the title If You Would Have Told Me.
About the Author
John Stamos is a highly acclaimed actor and producer with a career spanning decades. He gained fame in 1982 with his role on "General Hospital" and has since delivered captivating performances in various mediums.
Recently, Stamos starred in the Disney+ series "Big Shot" and made notable appearances in popular shows like "You" and "The Little Mermaid Live." He has received accolades such as the People's Choice Award and TV Land's Timeless Icon Award. With over 70 film and television credits, Stamos has made his mark on acclaimed productions like "ER" and "Scream Queens."
In addition to his on-screen achievements, Stamos has showcased his talents on Broadway, appearing in productions such as "How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying" and "Cabaret." He is also a gifted musician and has collaborated with The Beach Boys for over 30 years.
Beyond his artistic pursuits, Stamos is a passionate advocate for child support and serves as a Celebrity Ambassador for ChildHelp.