Bob Saget, comic and star of Full House, passes away aged 65 – CNET
Bob Saget, popular American funnyman, star and television host, was discovered dead in his hotel space in Orlando, Florida, on Sunday. TMZ was very first to report the news.
Saget was most popular for playing Danny Tanner on the ABC comedy Full House, and hosted America’s Funniest Home Videos in between 1989 and1997 According to TMZ, he was discovered by cops in his hotel space around 4 p.m. ET and pronounced dead quickly later.
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The Orange County Sheriff’s Office validated the news through Twitter. There’s no validated cause of death since yet however, according to the tweet, investigators discovered “no indications of nasty play or substance abuse.”
Saget remained in the middle of a stand-up trip called the I Don’t Do Negative trip. He tweeted as just recently as early Sunday early morning, commemorating a program in Jacksonville.
Tributes have actually currently started streaming in from surprised fellow entertainers and fans. “Truly among the best men therefore amusing,” fellow comic Marc Maron tweeted. Included Jon Stewart, “Just the funniest and best.”
John Stamos, who starred opposite him on Full House likewise left a homage. “I am broken. I am gutted,” he stated. “I remain in total and utter shock. I will never ever have another good friend like him. I enjoy you a lot Bobby.”
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