28 August 2012 11:44 AM, PDT | Entertainment Tonight | See recent Entertainment Tonight news »

With his megawatt grin, perfectly coiffed hair, bottomless charisma and likeability rating, John Stamos would have made one killer politician. Aside from the fact he swore years ago to never publicly comment on his personal beliefs, be they religious or political. But that doesn't mean Stamos shies away from hot button projects, like his latest play, Broadway's The Best Man.

As Senator Joseph Cantwell, the charlatan competing for the 1960 Presidential nomination, Stamos exudes a steely calm and magnetic power he's yet to capitalize on professionally. Before Stamos wraps up his critically acclaimed run alongside James Earl Jones, John Larroquette, Cybill Shepherd and Kristin Davis, he chatted with ETonline about the power of politics, how the current presidential election is influencing The Best Man and why it may next affect his Oikos Yogurt commercials.

ETonline: I was amazed while watching the show that, despite being written by Gore Vidal in the 60s, it was still »

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