Bob Saget

Bob Saget

About Bob Saget’s

Bob Saget was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, the son of Anne Brodzinsky and Joseph Saget. His family is Jewish.

He grew up in the Willingboro Township in New Jersey, where he knew fellow comedian/actor Jim Gaffigan when they were teenagers. He attended Temple University briefly from September 1979 to May 1980. His father was an executive at KYW-TV in Philadelphia during channel 3’s early years. Saget attended Temple University’s film school for four semesters until February 1984 and left without earning a degree. For two seasons, beginning in 1990, Saget hosted America’s Funniest Home Videos on ABC network (and co-hosting with Daisy Fuentes on the Spanish language version for Telemundo, (Un Homenaje al Corazon – An Tribute to the Heart)). He also played Dr. Peter Venkman in the animated series The Real Ghostbusters (1986-1991). Saget was nominated for several Emmys, and won four times. He appeared in Denny’s “night court” commercials as a defendant shown before Judge Reinhold represented by attorney Clarence Odbody (played by Stephen Furst) who got his guilty verdict overturned.

Saget succeeded Tom Bergeron as host of America’s Funniest Home Videos in 2001 after Bergeron left due to a contract dispute with ABC.In 2000 he co-starred on the CBS sitcom **Dharma & Greg** as the titular character’s father and appeared in one episode of Law and Order, SVU (he would later play a murder suspect on an episode of Law and Order: Criminal Intent).

Saget directed the 2006 TV Land sitcom pilot **Retired at 35** that starred Fran Drescher. It was not chosen for production; instead, Saget went back to concentrating on AFV. He has since made guest appearances in numerous TV series such as Boston Legal (appearing alongside former co-star Conchata Ferrell), How I Met Your Mother  Two and a Half Men, The War at Home  Entourage, CSI: Miami and Law and Order: Criminal Intent.

He is the host of **The Gong Show with Dave Attell** on Comedy Central. Reruns of this show are now airing on GSN TV (Game Show Network), with new commentary from Saget. Another game show he hosted was called Minute to Win It, which ran during 2010-2011 on NBC; this show was also rerun by GSN in 2012.

Saget provided the voice for the character Danny on **Danny Phantom, an animated series on Kids’ WB, alongside David Faustino (who plays his son). He is currently starring as Frankie’s dad, Robert “Bobby” Munson, in FX’s Sons Of Anarchy, and has shot a pilot for a new ABC sitcom called **The Knights of Prosperity**.

Saget was the star of and executive producer of Farce of the Penguins, which was released direct-to-video on April 4, 2006. It is a spoof of March Of The Penguins. He has also starred in several films such as Lovers and Other Strangers (with Mark Linn-Baker), Dirty Work (co-starring Artie Lange and Norm MacDonald) with Adam Sandler in 1999, Scary Movie 4 , The Aristocrats , and both **Dirty Dancing: Havana Nights**  and Disney’s **The Country Bears**. In 2005 he played a dramatic role in the film **Over The Hedge** as a scheming boss, Mr. Weenie. 

Many of his roles are in comedies with R-rated content, however he has also done dramatic work. His most famous dramatic role is that of the powerful, yet humble District Attorney in **The Defenders (2004).

Saget directed “Farce of the Penguins”, which was produced by Happy Madison Productions and New Line Cinema.On March 4, 2006 Saget made an appearance at American University alongside Ken Jeong where they both joked about their careers.

Bob Saget’s net worth

TODAY — Pictured: Bob Saget on Tuesday, April 23, 2019 — (Photo by: Nathan Congleton/NBC/NBCU Photo Bank)

Bob Saget’s estimated net worth is more than $110 million as of February 2022. He has appeared in a number of films and television shows. He has also guest-starred on many television shows and been present in the entertainment industry from an early age. He was interested in cinema right when he was a student.

Bob Saget is one of the most popular actors in the world. He didn’t achieve success by becoming a cast member on Full House. He also doesn’t usually appear on Make Me Laugh. Saget has ventured into theatre production and was seen in The Drunken Chaperone, which debuted in 2007. The actor continues to amaze us with his brilliant acting performance.

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Bob Saget is a stand-up comedian, director, producer and actor. He has starred in several television series and feature films including “Full House,” “America’s Funniest Home Videos,” and “Entourage.” In 1982 he married Sherry Kramer. They have three daughters, Jennie Beller, Lara Melanie, and Aubrey. He divorced Kramer in 1997. He is not on the board of Scleredema Research Foundation.

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Bob Saget death

In the year 2022 it is now a macabre trend to die. In the past two months alone, actor Betty White and comedian Bob Saget have passed away. What’s even more shocking about these celebrity deaths is that they died peacefully in their sleep! That’s right, Hollywood stars are now going out with a whimper rather than a bang!

Bob Saget, the comedian best known for his role as Danny Tanner in the popular ABC sitcom Full House, died on Wednesday at the age of 61. Though an official cause of death has yet to be determined, police are investigating the possibility that Saget succumbed to complications from COVID-19, as he had recently revealed that he had battled the virus and recovered. Our thoughts and prayers are with Saget’s family and friends during this difficult time.Heart attacks and strokes may be more likely following recovery from COVID-19.

The actor was staying at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel in Orlando the night of his death and was “tucked in bed” when his body was discovered by the hotel staff around 4 pm EST, according to TMZ. A source told People that Bale had been suffering from a serious illness for two years. 

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