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Scott Weinger is an American actor, screenwriter, and producer, best known for his role as the voice of Aladdin in Disney’s 1992 animated film and its sequels, as well as his portrayal of Steve Hale on the ABC sitcom “Full House” and its Netflix sequel “Fuller House.” Weinger’s career spans various roles in television and film, and he has also made significant contributions as a writer and producer for several television sitcoms, including “Galavant” and “Black-ish,” and was a co-executive producer of ABC’s “The Muppets.”

Weinger’s professional acting career began with a national commercial for Ideal Toys, followed by his first acting role in “Police Academy 5: Assignment Miami Beach.” He became a series regular on the sitcom “The Family Man” on CBS and later joined “Full House” as Steve Hale. His breakthrough role as the voice of Aladdin in Disney’s animated feature of the same name marked a significant milestone in his career. Weinger continued to voice Aladdin in various follow-ups, including the CBS television series and direct-to-video sequels “The Return of Jafar” and “Aladdin and the King of Thieves,” as well as in several video games.

Throughout his career, Weinger has collaborated with numerous actors and creators. His work on “Full House” involved close collaboration with co-stars such as Bob Saget, John Stamos, and Candace Cameron Bure. In his voice acting role as Aladdin, he worked alongside other voice actors, including Linda Larkin as Jasmine and Robin Williams as the Genie.

In addition to acting, Weinger has made significant contributions as a writer and producer. He received his first writing credit on the WB television show “Like Family” and has since written for shows like “What I Like About You” and “Privileged.” He was a writer-producer for “90210,” penning the series’ 100th episode, and later for “The Neighbors,” “Galavant,” “Black-ish,” and “The Muppets.”