Comical legend Bob Saget has passed on. The star's demise comes only a day after announcing that he was super excited to be making a come-back to stage after a long hiatus.
Bob Saget was an American comical genius, majorly recognized for his stand-up comedy and acting roles as Danny Tanner on "Full House" and Ted Mosby's voice-over on "How I Met Your Mother."
He ran a sitcom named "Raising Dad" starring Jerry Adler, Brie Larson, and Kat Dennings. Over the years, the star had moved up the rungs to become one of the most adored comedians.
Bob Saget visits Build to chat about the new season of "Fuller House" at Build Studio on September 18, 2017 | Photo: Getty Images
EXCITED ABOUT RETURNING TO THE STAGE
His impact in the industry impacted many far and wide, as did his death, a mere 24 hours after he posted an emotional message sharing his excitement about being able to return to the stage.
In the post, Saget shared that he'd performed at the Hard Rock Live in Orlando and praised his audience for being positive, fun, and appreciative.
He also disclosed that returning to stage felt like he was 26 all over again. He said that he had been loving every moment of his new performances.
HIS UNFORTUNATE DEMISE
Barely a day after his joyful post, the "Dirty Work" actor was found dead in his hotel room at the Ritz-Carlton. The cause of his death remains unknown.
Details surrounding his unfortunate demise remain scanty as the police say there were no apparent signs of drug use or foul play. Saget's demise comes amid his cross-country stand-up tour, which took off in September 2021.
The star is believed to have been healthy, having just gotten his COVID booster shot a month back. The family says they are devastated by the loss.
In a statement to Page Six, his family asked for privacy to mourn their loved one but asked everyone to join them in celebrating the laughter and love that Saget brought people worldwide.
During his final interview with News4JAX anchor Bruce Hamilton, the star, initially known for his profane and raunchy comedy, disclosed that he loved how much he had evolved over the years.
Saget told Hamilton that he'd been blue when he first started. However, his style of comedy has since changed. He said he no longer talked about politics or religion. DailyMail reports him to have said in the interview:
"I just want to make people have a good time and have a good night out, I'm getting ready to do a new special, so we got to go on the road."
Saget leaves behind his wife Kelly Rizzo, children Jennifer Belle, Lara Melanie, and Aubrey, and a legacy that will carry on long after his departure.