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American actor
Born: May 17, 1956, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
Died: January 9, 2022, The Ritz-Carlton Orlando, Grande Lakes, Florida, United States
Height: 1.92 m

Spouse: Kelly Rizzo (m. 2018–2022), Sherri Kramer (m. 1982–1997)
Children: Aubrey Saget, Jennifer Belle Saget, Lara Melanie Saget
Siblings: Gay Saget, Andrea Saget
Birthday: May 17, 1956 (Taurus)

Born In: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
Died At Age: 65
Spouse/Ex-: Sherri Kramer (M. 1982–1997)
Father: Benjamin Saget

Mother: Rosalyn Saget
Siblings: Andrea Saget, Gay Saget
Children: Aubrey Saget, Jennifer Belle Saget, Lara Melanie Saget
Born Country: United States

Height: 6’4″ (193 cm), 6’4″ Males
Died On: January 9, 2022
Place Of Death: Unincorporated Orlando, Florida, United States
U.S. State: Pennsylvania

City: Philadelphia
Education: Temple University, Abington Senior High School, Rockbridge County High School, University Of Southern California

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Bob Saget 10 Fast Facts, Biography, Wiki

Saget married Sherri Kramer in 1982. They had three daughters. The couple divorced in 1997.

In 2018, Saget married Kelly Rizzo, host of Eat Travel Rock TV.

Saget was a board member of the Scleroderma Research Foundation. His scleroderma efforts benefited celebrities like Scary Movie star Regina Hall.

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.

Bob Saget was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, to Benjamin Saget and Rosalyn Saget. His father was an executive at a supermarket and mother was a hospital administrator.

Saget went to the Abington Senior High School and wanted to be a doctor but one of his teachers, after seeing his creative talent, pushed him towards pursuing a career in movies.

He went to the Temple University to pursue film studies. It was during this time that he created Through Adam’s Eyes. It was a black and white film for which he got the Student Academy Award.

After graduating from the Temple University, he went to study film at the University of California but he did not attend much of it and finally dropped out.

In 1983, Saget got married to his high school sweetheart Sherri Kramer. They had three daughters together: Aubrey, Lara Melanie and Jennifer Belle. The marriage worked out only for 15 years. They parted ways in 1997. In 2018, he married blogger Kelly Rizzo.

Bob Saget was found dead by the hotel staff at the Ritz-Carlton Orlando, Grande Lakes in Orange County, Florida, on January 9, 2022. The authorities did not find any foul play or drug use. He was 65 at the time of his death.

His favorite pastimes included reading and traveling.

Bob initially desired to become a doctor, however, his Honors English teacher, Elaine Zimmerman, noticed his creative potential and suggested him to make a career in films.

He was one of the board members of the Scleroderma Research Foundation (SRF) since 2003. After his demise in January 2022, Saget was honored with several donations and help offers for his favorite charity Scleroderma Research Foundation (SRF).

According to a statement made by the executive director of the Scleroderma Research Foundation on January 13, 2022, they received donations from more than 1500 people from all over the world. The donations totaled more than $90,000.

In addition, the charity was also awarded a donation of $1.5 million by one of its board members in form of a grant in memory of Saget.

The Comedy Store in Los Angeles on January 31, 2022, hosted a tribute event for Bob Saget. The program was hosted at the venue where Bob started his career as a comedian 40 years ago.

His wife, Kelly Rizzo, also appeared on the platform and shared a few fond memories of her with Bob. She shared a few pictures from the event on her Instagram account and wrote,

So remember when I said you’ll never see me do standup?? Well, I guess I got a couple of jokes in but paying tribute to my legendary and incredible husband on stage at @thecomedystore where his career began over 40 years ago was the honor of my life.”

He was fondly referred to as America’s Dad after his role as Danny Tanner on the ABC sitcom Full House.
Bob followed a non-vegetarian diet.

A month prior to his death, Bob Saget shot for his final interview (on December 6, 2021) with CBS Mornings in which he mainly talked about the loss of his sister Gay Saget in 1993 due to scleroderma, a connective tissue disorder.

In the interview, he also talked about the healing power of comedy. While talking about the incident he said,

We were all in the room when she let out her last breath, and I don’t know how to explain it, and I’m going to go woo here, it felt like the soul going past us, literally felt my hair kinda move.

You know being an actor, that’s a very important thing if your hair gets out of place.” The interview was aired on CBS on January 14, 2022.

Saget shared a great bond with the American actress Dana Delany, Canadian actress Alan Thicke, and American actor Daniel Morton.

He was overweight until the age of 22. Bob shed a lot of weight and became normal (weight) when a gangrenous appendix was taken out from his body. The appendix was taken out on the fourth of July at the UCLA Medical Center.

Describing himself as a bulky man in an article by Glenn Esterly in the 1990 Saturday Evening Post. Bob said,

I was a overweight twenty-two-year-old. Then I had a gangrenous appendix taken out, almost died, and I got over being overweight.”

Bob Saget owned Rodney Dangerfield’s pot pipe after his (Rodney’s) death. The pot pipe was gifted to him by Rodney’s widow Joan Dangerfield.

Bob had regrets about starring in ‘Full House’ despite the fact that the role of ‘Danny Tanner’ made him a huge star. During an interview, while talking about it Bob said,

I was working 80 hours a week between ‘Full House’ and ‘America’s Funniest Home Videos.’ I was going nuts. I felt like I was funny but didn’t feel funny on the shows. But then I just went, ‘Shut up. It’s like the giving tree. You’re lucky, and this is a good job.”