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Bob Saget

Bob Saget was that rarest of comedians -- one who was beloved by families and the foul-minded alike. Saget became a household name through his role as Danny Tanner on the sitcom Full House, which ran from 1987 to 1995 and propelled him into hosting America's Funniest Home Videos in the '90s. Once his time on Home Videos wrapped up in 1997, he returned to stand-up comedy, where he specialized in blue humor. He released his first comedy record, That's What I'm Talkin' About, in 2013. A native of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Saget abandoned plans to be a doctor so he could pursue a career in show business. He started out as a film student at Temple University but gravitated toward comedy. His first big break arrived in early 1987, when he was hired to be part of the cast of CBS' The Morning Program, but daytime TV wasn't a good fit. He was soon cast as Danny Tanner on ABC's family-friendly Full House, and it became an enduring hit, leading to Saget hosting ABC's franchise America's Funniest Home Videos in 1989. He stayed with both shows into the mid-'90s. Full House wrapped up production in 1995 and he stepped away from Funniest Home Videos in 1997 to pursue a career as a director. His first film was the 1996 TV-movie For Hope, which was a tribute to his late sister. In 1998, he released his feature film debut: the Norm MacDonald vehicle Dirty Work, which also featured Artie Lange. Saget retreated from directing in the 2000s, preferring to take a series of bit parts in TV and movies. In 2005, he had a recurring role as a satirical version of himself on HBO's Entourage. That year, he also landed a voice-over part on How I Met Your Mother, appearing as the narrator for the sitcom. Between 2006 and 2008, he served as the host of the game show 1 vs. 100, and once it went off the air, he had a 13-episode run on the sitcom Surviving Suburbia in 2009. Saget released his first comedy album, That's What I'm Talkin' About in 2013; it was nominated for a Best Comedy Album Grammy. In 2016, he was part of Netflix's revival of Fuller House. Saget released his second comedy album, Zero to Sixty, in 2017. Bob Saget died on January 9, 2022 while staying at a hotel in Orlando, Florida; he was 65 years old.
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