US comedian Bob Saget dies aged 65, The Full House Cast Pays Tribute

Bob Saget, the entertainer and comic generally popular for his job in the much-adored 80s sitcom Full House, has passed on at 65 years old.

The Orange County sheriff’s office affirmed Saget’s passing on Twitter on Monday, saying he had been observed inert in his lodging at the Ritz-Carlton in Orlando, Florida on Sunday. The sheriff’s office condfirmed that death cause is not determined, saying in an statement there were no indications of treachery or medication use.

Saget was halfway through a standup visit and had played out a show in Jacksonville on Saturday night.

Comedians and entertainers hurried to offer recognition on Monday. Jon Stewart recollected that him as “just the nicest and funniest”, while podcaster Marc Maron tweeted: “Truly one of the nicest guys and so funny. Very sad” Comedian Drew Carey stated: “Well this one hurts. I loved Bob Saget. He gave me so much encouragement when I first started out. He was a real friend to me too. Not just a mentor. I always looked up to him. He was SO damn funny and so kind.” Comedian Kathy Griffin expressed: “You couldn’t find a nicer or sharper wit than Bob Saget. Shocked and devastated.”

Saget was additionally the host of America’s Funniest Home Videos from 1989 to 1997, played a spoof of himself in both Entourage and Louie, and gave the voice of things to come Ted Mosby on sitcom How I Met Your Mother for very nearly 10 years. He played another widower, this time in sitcom Raising Dad, somewhere in the range of 2001 and 2002. Entertainer Kat Dennings, who played his girl on the show, referred to him as “the loveliest man”.

“I just can’t believe it. What a wonderful guy. He always went out of his way to make me comfortable and talked nonstop about his kids. Such a loss” Dennings composed on Twitter.

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