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Bob Saget Passes Away At Age 65

The Full House star was sadly found dead in his Orlando hotel room.

Bob Saget Dead Age 65
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According to a TMZ report, beloved ‘Full House’ actor and America’s Funniest Home Videos host Bob Saget has passed away. The cause of death, at this time, is unknown but the fire department and local Orlando Sheriffs found him in a Ritz-Carlton hotel. They have not released any more details regarding what happened to him.

Saget was best known for his role as Danny Tanner in ‘Full House’ where he played the patriarch of the family for eight years. But others know him well as the long-time host of America’s Funniest Home Videos. He hosted ‘AFV’ from 1989-1997 on ABC and it was a hit with families throughout America.

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Saget was recently touring the country doing stand-up comedy. His comedy style is hilarious and wildly different than the role he portrays on ‘Full House’. He also spent more time focusing on his podcast, Bob Saget’s Here For You.

The world tragically lost a legend in comedy and American television today. Everywhere you look and everywhere you go there’s a heart to hold onto. Although Bob Saget passed away, he will always be remembered as one with a big heart.

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