John Stamos to be Featured on the US Version of Who Do You Think You Are? Sunday on TLC

On this Sunday’s episode of Who Do You Think You Are? at 10/9c on TLC, actor John Stamos explores his Greek heritage for the first time and learns more about his grandfather’s sad childhood. He also meets a relative he never knew and hears firsthand about his family’s enduring strength. In a suiting coincidence and homage to John’s heritage, the episode premieres on Greek Easter, which is usually celebrated on a different date but this year coincides with the Western calendar’s Easter Sunday.

You can catch a sneak peek of the episode at:


Polly Russinik Walker April 14, 2017 at 5:19 am

Please….it is NOT “Greek Easter.” It is Orthodox Easter or Pascha as we refer to it. Other ethnic groups such as Carpatho-Rusyns, Russians, Ukrainians, Serbians, Romanians and Antiochians also celebrate this feast along with Greeks.

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Really, who cares about these rich people having their genealogy researched when many of us “commoners” also have interesting ancestry but cannot afford an extensive search.


I truly enjoyed watching John Stamos and learning about his family history. He was so lucky to have found & visited with his relatives that he did not know living in Greece. I think this was the best “Who Do You Think You Are” ancestry story this year. It was great to watch it with my Serbian family on Orthodox Easter. Great job Ancestry.


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