Bob Saget

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January 27, 2022

Robert Lane "Bob" Saget (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, May 17, 1956 - January 9, 2022) is an American stand-up artist, comedian, actor, and presenter. He is best known for his situational comedy Judge-Lak and the funny reality of America’s Funniest Home Videos. Also, in her sitcom, That’s How I Went with Your Mom, Ted Mosby’s original voice in 2030. Her 2014 stand-up album, "That's What I'm Talking About," was nominated for a Grammy Award. Life and career Saget was born in Philadelphia. His father, Benjamin, was a supermarket manager, and his mother, Rosalyn, was a hospital administrator. Saget lived in Norfolk and then Encino before moving back to Philadelphia. He originally wanted to be a doctor, but his English teacher saw the opportunity in it and suggested that he try to get a job as an actor. He applied to Temple University, where he shot his first short film, "Through Adam's Eyes," about a boy undergoing restorative surgery. The film received a Student Academy Award. Saget completed her undergraduate degree in 1978, although she began her master's degree at the University of Southern California, but stopped a few days later. It also played a role in the fact that he became unexpectedly ill and had to undergo surgery for his appendix. . In 1989, he hosted America’s Funniest Home Videos, which he ran until 1997. He worked on the two series simultaneously in the early 1990s, and then returned to the show in 2009 for the duration of a broadcast. In 1996, he directed the film "Ray of Hope," a drama based on and in memory of his brother who died of scleroderma. In 1998, he staged the comedy Bérbosszú Bt., Which was negatively received by the audience and the critics. Later, however, he went to cult status in America, in which one of the protagonists, Artie Lange, later became the protagonist of The Howard Stern Show. In 2001, she starred in the one-season situational comedy "Raising Dad," and from 2006 she was the host of the "One Against a Hundred" contest for two years. From 2005 to 2014, the protagonist Ted Mosby’s future self as a narrator was the voice of the series How I Went with Your Mother. In 2007, he unveiled HBO's full-night comedy show "That Ain't Right," which he dedicated in memory of his father, who died of a heart attack at the age of 89. Between 2005 and 2010, he also appeared on HBO in the series Fractures, recurring his own parody in a few episodes, as well as in the 2015 film release. In 2007, he staged a documentary parody of the Penguin Show. He starred in the "Surviving Suburbia" series, which ended unexpectedly soon in 2009, after which he mainly performed as a stand-up comedian, and in 2014 he toured with his book Dirty Daddy, accompanied by Snoop Dogg, among others. His most recent work is Netflix-resurrected Bir-Lak, in which he hid in the skin of Danny Tanner again after nearly twenty-five years and appeared in the series Father, Son, Grandson with his series colleague John Stamos. He was found dead on January 9, 2022, in a room rented at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel in Orlando, Florida. Charitable work Saget is a determined supporter of the Scleroderma Research Foundation since her sister died of the disease at the age of 47. This happened after being mistreated countless times before.

Movies

Telihold Gimi (1981) Opportunity to give birth to a doctor (1987) Bír-lak (1987-1995) Quantum Leap - The Time Traveler (1992) Head to Grandma (1992) The Larry

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