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Bob Saget
Bob Saget, Behind The Velvet Rope TV .05.jpg
Saget in 2015
Birth nameRobert Lane Saget
Born(1956-05-17)May 17, 1956
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S.
DiedJanuary 9, 2022(2022-01-09) (aged 65)
Orange County, Florida, U.S.
Resting placeMount Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery, Los Angeles, California, U.S.
Medium
  • Stand-up
  • television
  • film
EducationAbington Senior High School
Alma materTemple University (BA)
Years active1977–2022
Genres
Spouse
  • Sherri Kramer
    (m. 1982; div. 1997)
  • Kelly Rizzo
    (m. 2018)
Children3
Websitebobsaget.com

Robert Lane Saget (May 17, 1956 – January 9, 2022) was an American stand-up comedian, actor, television host, and filmmaker. From 1987 to 1995, Saget played Danny Tanner on the ABC sitcom Full House, and reprised the role for its Netflix sequel Fuller House (2016–2020). He additionally was the original host of America's Funniest Home Videos (1989–1997), and the voice of narrator Ted Mosby on the CBS sitcom How I Met Your Mother (2005–2014).

Saget was also known for his adult-oriented stand-up comedy,[1] and his 2014 album That's What I'm Talkin' About was nominated for the Grammy Award for Best Comedy Album.[2]

Early life

Saget was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on May 17, 1956,[3] to a Jewish family. His father, Benjamin, was a supermarket executive,[4] and his mother, Rosalyn "Dolly", was a hospital administrator.[5] Early in his life, Saget's family moved to Norfolk, Virginia, where he briefly attended Lake Taylor High. Saget would later attribute the start of his developing sense of humor to being a rebellious student at Norfolk's Temple Israel, a Conservative synagogue.[6][7] Due to a lack of family in Virginia, Saget had his bar mitzvah in Philadelphia when he turned 13.[8] Saget's family moved from Virginia to the Encino neighborhood of Los Angeles, where he met Larry Fine of The Three Stooges and heard various stories from Fine.[9] The family would then move back to Philadelphia prior to his senior year[8][10][11] with Saget graduating from Abington Senior High School.[12][13][14] Saget originally intended to become a doctor, but his Honors English teacher, Elaine Zimmerman, saw his creative potential and urged him to seek a career in films.[1][15]

Saget attended Temple University's film school, where he created Through Adam's Eyes, a black-and-white film about a boy who received reconstructive facial surgery, and was honored with an award of merit in the Student Academy Awards. While attending Temple, Saget made trips via train to The Improv and to Catch a Rising Star in New York City where he would play "While My Guitar Gently Weeps" while using a water bottle to make the guitar appear to weep.[11][9] He graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in 1978.[16] Saget intended to take graduate courses at the University of Southern California but quit after only a few days. Saget described himself at that time in an article by Glenn Esterly in the 1990 Saturday Evening Post: "I was a cocky, overweight twenty-two-year-old. Then I had a gangrenous appendix taken out, almost died, and I got over being cocky or overweight."[17] Saget talked about his burst appendix on Anytime with Bob Kushell and said that it happened on the Fourth of July, at the UCLA Medical Center, and that they iced the area for seven hours before taking it out and finding that it had become gangrenous.[18]

Career

1987–2001

Following a short stint as a member of CBS' The Morning Program in early 1987, Saget was cast as Danny Tanner in Full House, which became a success with family viewers, and landed in the Nielsen ratings' Top 30 beginning with season three. In 1989, Saget began as the host of America's Funniest Home Videos, a role he held until 1997. During the early 1990s, Saget worked on both Full House and AFV simultaneously. In 2009, he returned to AFV for the 20th-anniversary one-hour special co-hosted with Tom Bergeron.[19]

Saget directed the 1996 ABC television movie For Hope, which was inspired by the life story of his sister, Gay Saget, who had died from scleroderma three years earlier.[1]

In 1998, he directed his first feature film, Dirty Work, starring Norm Macdonald and Artie Lange. Released one year after he left his long-running role as host of America's Funniest Home Videos, the film received broadly negative reviews from critics and earned low box office returns.[20][21] However, it has since become a cult favorite, due partially to Artie Lange's later popularity on The Howard Stern Show where the film is sometimes mentioned, often in unflattering terms.[22]

In 1998, Saget made a cameo appearance as a cocaine addict in the stoner comedy Half Baked.[8]

2001–2022

In 2001, Saget took on another widowed-dad role, starring on Raising Dad on The WB. It co-starred Kat Dennings, Brie Larson, and Jerry Adler and lasted only one season, from October 5, 2001, to May 10, 2002.[23] He served as the voice of the future Ted Mosby, who narrated the CBS sitcom How I Met Your Mother, which ran for nine seasons from September 19, 2005, to March 31, 2014.[24] He was host of the NBC game show 1 vs. 100 from 2006 to 2008.[25] His HBO comedy special, That Ain't Right, came out on DVD on August 28, 2007. It is dedicated to his father, Ben Saget, who died at age 89 on January 30, 2007, due to complications from congestive heart failure.[26] From 2005 to 2010, Saget had a recurring role in four episodes of the HBO TV series Entourage playing a parody version of himself.[27] He would later appear in the 2015 feature film based on the series.[28] 2005 also saw him be part of "Rollin' with Saget", a song by Jamie Kennedy and Stuart Stone, about a night out with him that shows off his raunchier behaviors. Saget even does vocals on the track. The video appeared on the MTV series Blowin' Up, and he would come to use it as a pseudo-theme song on his stand-up tours and website.[29]

Saget wrote, directed, and starred in Farce of the Penguins, a parody of 2005's March of the Penguins, which was released direct-to-DVD, in January 2007.[30] Saget appeared in the Broadway musical The Drowsy Chaperone for a limited four-month engagement. He played "Man in Chair" while Jonathan Crombie, who normally played the character on Broadway, was with the national tour of the musical. On January 4, 2008, Saget's caricature was unveiled at Sardi's Restaurant.[31] In April 2009, he debuted in a new sitcom along with his co-star Cynthia Stevenson on ABC called Surviving Suburbia.[32] The series, which was originally slated to air on The CW, ended after a single abbreviated season.[33] In 2010, Saget starred in the A&E series Strange Days, in which he followed others in different activities and lifestyles, documenting their adventures in unusual ways.[34]

In 2014, his book Dirty Daddy was released, in which he writes about his career, comedy influences, and experiences with life and death. He embarked on a small tour in support of the book, including the Pemberton Music Festival, where he introduced Snoop Dogg prior to performing his own set. In the same year, he toured Australia for the first time, with a stand-up show called Bob Saget Live: The Dirty Daddy Tour. The show was performed in the major cities of Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, and Perth.[35] In 2015 and 2016, he guest-starred in two episodes of Grandfathered, starring and produced by his Full House co-star John Stamos.[36][37] From 2016 to 2020, Saget reprised his role as Danny Tanner for fifteen episodes of Full House's sequel series, Fuller House, including the series premiere and finale.[38] In 2017, he released another stand-up special, Bob Saget: Zero to Sixty.[39] In 2019, he was announced as host of ABC's Videos After Dark.[40] Saget also hosted the game show Nashville Squares on CMT,[41] and made his first of three appearances[42] as a panelist on To Tell the Truth.[43] In 2020, Saget competed in season four of The Masked Singer as "Squiggly Monster".[44] Saget also launched a podcast titled Bob Saget's Here for You with Studio71.[45] Its 130th and final episode, with comedian Dane Cook, was released posthumously on January 31, 2022.[46] He would also make an appearance on Nikki Glaser's E! series Welcome Home Nikki Glaser in an episode that aired in June 2022.[47]

Personal life

Saget married Sherri Kramer in 1982. They had three daughters. The couple divorced in 1997.[48][49]

In 2018, Saget married Kelly Rizzo, host of Eat Travel Rock TV.[50][51][52]

Saget was a board member of the Scleroderma Research Foundation. His scleroderma efforts benefited celebrities like Scary Movie star Regina Hall.[53] In an interview with Ability Magazine, Saget discussed how his sister was diagnosed with scleroderma at 43 and died at 47. She had previously been misdiagnosed numerous times.[54]

Death

On January 9, 2022, at about 4 p.m. Eastern Standard Time (EST), Saget was found unresponsive in his room at the Ritz-Carlton Orlando, Grande Lakes, south of Orlando, Florida, near Williamsburg. He had missed his scheduled checkout time, and family members became concerned after being unable to contact him.[55] Emergency responders pronounced Saget dead at the scene; he was 65 years old. No cause of death was immediately announced, though foul play and drug use were ruled out by the sheriff and the medical examiner.[56][57] At the time of his death, Saget was on a stand-up tour, and had performed in Ponte Vedra Beach the previous evening.[58]

An autopsy report was released on February 9, 2022, and found that Saget had blunt head trauma from an accidental blow to the back of his head, likely from a fall, and subsequently died from the resulting injuries (subdural hematoma and subarachnoid hemorrhage) in his sleep. At the time of his death, he was COVID-19 positive, though there were no signs of inflammation.[59][60][61] On February 15, 2022, Saget's family sued to prevent county officials from releasing additional documents from the investigation of his death, arguing that their graphic content would present privacy violations; a permanent injunction was issued against their release on March 14.[62]

News of Saget's death broke during a broadcast of America's Funniest Home Videos in the Eastern and Central time zones, and ABC interrupted the program to announce it.[63] A tribute video was posted on the show's official YouTube channel, and a dedication to Saget was added before the credits of the following episode.

Saget had been honored with donations and offers to help the charity Scleroderma Research Foundation (SRF), whose board of directors Saget served on since 2003.[64] According to a statement made by the foundation's executive director on January 13, 2022, the foundation has received donations from more than 1,500 donors from all over the world, totaling more than $90,000. Additionally, a donation of $1.5 million was awarded to the charity by one of its board members in the form of a grant, which will match every donation made in memory of Saget.[65]

Saget's funeral took place on January 14, 2022. He was buried at Mount Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery near the graves of his parents and sister.[66]

A tribute special was filmed at The Comedy Store by longtime friend Mike Binder on January 30. Titled Dirty Daddy: The Bob Saget Tribute, it was released on Netflix on June 10, 2022,[67] and included footage from a private memorial held at Jeff Franklin's home.

Comedy

Year Title Notes
2007 That Ain't Right Special[36][37]
2013 That's What I'm Talking About
[36]
2017 Zero to Sixty Special

Filmography

Key
Not yet released Denotes works that have not yet been released

Film

Year Title Role Notes
1977 Through Adam's Eyes Documentary short, writer/director
Student Academy Award – Documentary Merit
(Temple University)[68]
1979 Spaced Out Wurlitzer Uncredited voice role in US version[36]
1980 Devices Therapy Patient [69]
1981 Full Moon High Sportscaster [68][70]
1987 Critical Condition Dr. Joffe [71]
1993 For Goodness Sake Surgeon [72]
1997 Meet Wally Sparks Reporter #4 [68][70]
1998 Half Baked Cocaine addict Uncredited[73][8]
1998 Dirty Work Director[71]
2003 Dumb and Dumberer: When Harry Met Lloyd Walter Matthews [68][70]
2004 New York Minute Himself Cameo (no lines)[68][70]
2005 The Aristocrats Himself Documentary[68][70]
2005 Madagascar Zoo Animal (voice) [36]
2007 Farce of the Penguins Carl (voice) Direct-to-video; also writer, director, and producer[70][37]
2015 I Am Chris Farley Himself Documentary[70][37]
2016 A Stand Up Guy Mel [70][37]
2017 Gilbert Himself Documentary[74]
2018 Benjamin Ed Also director and executive producer[36][37]
TBA Daniel's Gotta Die Not yet released Lawrence Post-production; posthumous release[75]

Television

Year Title Role Notes
1981 Bosom Buddies Bob the Comic Episode: "The Show Must Go On"[36][37]
1983 The Greatest American Hero Rook Episode: "Wizards and Warlocks"[37]
1985 New Love, American Style[76] Various 4 episodes
1986 It's a Living Dr. Bartlett Episode: "The Doctor Danny Show"[37]
1987–1995 Full House Danny Tanner Main role; 192 episodes[36][37]
1989–1997 America's Funniest Home Videos Himself/Host 191 episodes,[77] guest-hosted 2 episode in 2009 and in 2019; cameo in 2015[63]
1989 The All-New Mickey Mouse Club[78] Danny Tanner Episode: "Guest Day"[79]
1992 Quantum Leap Macklyn "Mack" MacKay Episode: "Stand Up – April 30, 1959"[36][37]
1992 To Grandmother's House We Go Win-O-Lotto Lottery Host Movie; uncredited[80]
1994 Father and Scout Spencer Paley Movie; also executive producer[70][37]
1995 Saturday Night Live Himself (host) Episode: "Bob Saget/TLC"[81]
1996 For Hope Movie; director and executive producer[70][37]
2000 Becoming Dick Bob Movie (uncredited); also director[70][37]
2000 The Norm Show Mr. Atkitson Episode: "Norm vs. Schoolin'"; also director[37]
2001–2002 Raising Dad Matt Stewart 22 episodes[36][37]
2004 Joey Himself Episode: "Joey and the Road Trip"[82]
2004 Huff Butch Episode: "Flashpants"[36]
2005 Listen Up Mitch Episode: "Coach Potato"[36][37]
2005–2010 Entourage Himself 4 Episodes[36]
2005–2014 How I Met Your Mother Ted Mosby (in 2030)[83] 208 episodes;[83] Voice-over narration[9]
2006–2008 1 vs. 100 Himself/Host Game show (28 episodes)[8][84]
2006 Casper's Scare School Dash (voice) Movie; voice role[36][37]
2006 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Glenn Cheales Episode: "Choreographed"[36][37]
2008 The Life & Times of Tim[85] Party Marty Episode: "Mugger/Cin City"; voice role
2008 The Comedy Central Roast of Bob Saget Himself Special[37]
2009 Surviving Suburbia Steve Patterson 13 episodes[36][37]
2010 Strange Days with Bob Saget Himself/Host 6 episodes[36][37]
2011 Law & Order: LA Adam Brennan Episode: "Van Nuys"[36][37]
2011 Louie Himself Episode: "Oh Louie/Tickets"[36][37]
2014 Super Fun Night Mr. Porter Warner Episode: "Cookie Prom"[36][37]
2014 Legit Himself Episode: "Licked"[86]
2015, 2016 Grandfathered Himself
Ronnie
Episode: "Pilot"
Episode: "The Sat Pack"[87]
2016 Robot Chicken Mike O'Malley, Galactus, Cable Guy (voices) Episode: "The Unnamed One"[36][37]
2016–2020 Fuller House Danny Tanner Recurring role;[63] 15 episodes
2017 Michael Bolton's Big, Sexy Valentine's Day Special Himself Variety special[88]
2017 Nightcap Himself Episode: "Bringing Up Baby"[36][37]
2018 The Good Cop Richie Knight Episode: "Did the TV Star Do It?"[89]
2018 Shameless Father D'Amico Episode: "Face It, You're Gorgeous"[36]
2019 Videos After Dark Himself/Host 2 episodes[36][37]
2019 Historical Roasts Abraham Lincoln Episode: "Abraham Lincoln"[37]
2019 Nashville Squares Himself/Host 10 episodes[37]
2019–2021 To Tell the Truth Himself 3 episodes[42]
2020 The Masked Singer Squiggly Monster Eliminated after second appearance[14][44]
2021 Nickelodeon's Unfiltered[90] Himself Episode: "Dreaming of an Awful Waffle!"
2022 Phat Tuesdays: The Era Of Hip Hop Comedy Himself Documentary series; posthumous release
2022 Welcome Home Nikki Glaser? Himself Episode TBD; posthumous release

Book

Saget, Bob. Dirty Daddy: The Chronicles of a Family Man Turned Filthy Comedian. 2014: It Books. ISBN 978-0-062-27478-6.

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External links

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