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American stand-up comedian (1956–2022)

Bob Saget is ...

Born 17 May 1956 in Philadelphia
Died 9 Jan 2022 in Orlando
Age65 years, 7 months
Height1.92m (6 ft, 3 in)
Bob Saget
Bob Saget
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About Bob Saget

Robert Lane Saget born on 17 May 1956 in Philadelphia. He is a citizen of United States of America. Bob Saget was educated at Temple University, Abington Senior High School, Rockbridge County High School and University of Southern California. He died on 9 January 2022 in Orlando at age 65 years, 7 months.

He was an American stand-up comedian (1956–2022).

Bob Saget has had two spouses: Sherri Kramer Saget and Kelly Rizzo.

Bob Saget has worked as a stand-up comedian, actor, film director, film producer, screenwriter, television presenter, voice actor and comedian.

His height is 1.92m (6 ft, 3 in). His eyes are Avellana.

He is also known as Robert Saget and Robert Lane Saget.


On January 9, 2022, Saget was staying at the Ritz-Carlton Orlando, Grande Lakes, south of Orlando, Florida, near Williamsburg. He was on a stand-up tour and had performed in Ponte Vedra Beach the previous evening. Saget was found unresponsive in his room by hotel staff about 4 p.m. Eastern Standard Time (EST). He had missed his scheduled check-out time, and family members had grown concerned after being unable to contact him. Emergency responders pronounced him dead at the scene; he was 65. No cause of death was immediately announced; foul play and drug use were ruled out by the sheriff and the medical examiner. News of Saget's death broke during a broadcast of America's Funniest Home Videos in the Eastern and Central time zones, and ABC interrupted the program to announce it. A tribute video was posted on the show's official YouTube channel, and a dedication for Saget was added before the credits of the following episode.

Saget has been honored with donations and offers to help the charity Scleroderma Research Foundation (SRF) whose board of directors Saget served on since 2003. According to a statement made by the foundation's executive director on January 13, 2022, the foundation has received donations from more than 1,500 donors from all over the world, totaling over $90,000. Additionally, a donation of $1.5 million was awarded to the charity by one of its board members in the form of a grant, which will match every donation made in honor of Saget.

His funeral took place on January 14, 2022, and he was buried at Mount Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery.