BOB Saget talked openly about “there are many deaths in my family” in interviews almost ten years before he was found dead at the age of 65.
In 2013’s chilling comments, the Full House star spoke about the loss of four siblings and how he would use humor to cope with his heartache.
Saget, who was found dead in a Florida hotel room on Sunday, told news.com: “There have been many deaths in my family.
“My parents lost four children, and we dealt with death and hardship with strange, painful humor. My dad just happened to have a weird sense of humor, and I inherited it and brought it up to a professional level.
“He was able to use humor to help us survive. I like to joke that he touched a lot of people and now they all press charges. “
DEATH OF SISTERS
Sageta Gay’s sister died of chronic scleroderma when she was only 47 years old.
As he explained in Today 2016 article: “Scleroderma is an incurable chronic disease, which means” hard skin “.
“In some patients, scars form in the lungs and skin that change the person’s appearance.”
“In other patients, the blood vessels are predominantly affected, resulting in profound loss of lung function over an extended period of time,” he added.
“She needed help so badly,” he said in a 2019 interview. NIH Medline Plus Magazine…
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“It is incredibly painful when a loved one experiences such a state. This is a very painful disease. I still have PTSD in my family.
“I don’t know how my parents took it.”
Saget also lost another sister, Andrea, who suffered a cerebral aneurysm in 1985 when she was only 32 years old.
He and his family also reportedly lost their twin brothers at the time of their birth, although few details are known.
Saget’s father Benjamin died in 2007 of heart failure and its complications, and his mother Rosalyn died of abdominal cancer in 2014.
Comedian Saget was found dead in a Florida hotel on Sunday.
He performed at a stand-up show just hours before his death.
The Sheriff’s Department and Fire Department responded to the Ritz-Carlton in Orlando around 4:00 pm after hotel security found Saget in his room.
He was pronounced dead at the scene, but the circumstances of his death are currently unknown.
NO SIGNS OF WRONG PLAY
“Earlier today, MPs were called at the Ritz-Carlton Orlando, Grande Lakes over an unanswered man in a hotel room,” the Orange County Sheriff’s Office said on Twitter.
“The man was identified as Robert Saget and was pronounced dead at the scene. The detectives did not find any signs of foul play or drug use in this case. “
The actor and comedian toured the country recently, visiting several locations in Florida.
He played a gig in Jacksonville on Saturday night and stayed there until Sunday morning.
“Enjoyed today’s @PV_ConcertHall show in Jacksonville. Grateful audience. Thanks again @RealTimWilkins for opening. ” tweeted Saget around 3am on Sunday.
“I had no idea I had a two-hour set today. I’m happily addicted to this shit again. Check out http://BobSaget.com for my 2022 dates. ”
Saget was best known for his role as Danny Tanner, patriarch of the Tanner family in Full House. He played the role alongside John Stamos and Dave Couler.
His television daughters were played naked by Candice Cameron, Jody Sweetin and the twins Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, who played little Michelle Tanner.
Many remember Saget as the family father of three children, whom he portrayed on the screen. In fact, he was known in the comedy world as an incredibly lewd man.
His unforgettable growth in Comedy Central has allowed him to star in other iconic comics such as Norm MacDonald, Gilbert Gottfried, John Lovitz, Jeff Ross and others.
Saget also hosted America’s Funniest Home Videos from 1989 to 1997, which aired concurrently with his Full House.
He reprized an iconic role in Netflix’s reboot, Fuller House, which ended in 2020 after four years in the making.
His other roles included a recurring role in Entourage, where he played a fictional version of himself. He was also the narrator in How I Met Your Mother and the star of Raising Dad.
He started a podcast series called Bob Saget’s Here For You and was a guest celebrity guest on Masked Singer.