A renowned stand-up comedian, actor and television host, Bob Saget, died suddenly in January. He was found dead in his hotel room at the Ritz-Carlton Orlando Grande Lakes. At the time of his death, he was on tour. The Orange County Sheriff's Office said he was unresponsive when they arrived at the hotel. However, the autopsy revealed he had died from a head injury.
The actor's sudden death was heartbreaking to his family and friends. His parents, Rosalyn "Dolly" and Benjamin Saget, were worried about the situation. They were also concerned that the cause of death was unknown. As a result, their family attorney released new police records. Some media outlets have also requested a copy of the autopsy, but so far, no autopsy records have been released.
The actor, who starred on the hit TV series Full House, died at the age of 65. According to his family, he had been performing in Jacksonville, Florida, the day before. When he failed to check out of his room, a security worker was called. After he was not found, the worker entered the room and checked his body. Eventually, he found Saget on his bed with an arm resting beside him.
While Bob Saget was a star on the small screen, he began his career in the late 1970s. He appeared in minor roles in several movies. In 1978, he received a student academy award for his role in Through Adam's Eyes. Also, he hosted America's Funniest Home Videos from 1989 to 1997.
After his work on Full House ended, Saget took a break from acting to focus on his comedy career. But he made occasional guest appearances on the show, including in the fourth season of the "Masked Singer," when he played the Squiggly Monster. During the pandemic in the United States, he dabbled in podcasts. During that time, he was rumored to have a serious heart condition.
Saget was a fan favorite, especially for fans of Full House. He had a great relationship with his co-stars, including Tanner and his wife Kelly Rizzo-Saget. It was also reported that the star had three daughters from a previous marriage.
Despite his career, the star had a very down-to-earth personality. As a child, he lived in Encino, California, and attended school in Philadelphia. There, he was inspired by his high school English teacher. Once he graduated from Temple University in 1978, he started his career in stand-up comedy.
In 2005, he appeared in the hit TV show, How I Met Your Mother. It was a successful show, with a wide audience. In addition to his work on the show, he was known for his raunt comedy shows. Many people assumed that he was suffering from a drug addiction.
Bob Saget's death was reported by TMZ and other media. Despite his absence on television, his fans continue to mourn his loss. On Monday, Jan. 14, his funeral was held in a private ceremony in Los Angeles.