Bob Saget, America’s favorite TV father, died Sunday at the age of 65.
The star of ABC’s “Full House” and Netflix’s spinoff “Fuller House” did not respond early Sunday in their hotel room at The Ritz-Carlton in Orlando, Florida. Police said, And he was pronounced dead at the scene.
The comedian’s family said in a statement Sunday that they were “devastated” to confirm the star’s death.
“Our beloved Bob died today,” the statement said. “They were all around us and we want you to know how much they love their fans, performing live and bringing people from all walks of life together with a laugh.”
This time the family asked for privacy but invited fans to “join us to remember the love and laugh that Bob brought to the world.”
From 1987 to 1995 as the quirky widow father Danny Tanner in “Full House”, Saget stole the hearts of the people, and from 1989 to 1997, he became an intelligent host of “American Fun Home Videos”.
Bob Saget died: 65 years of comedian and beloved TV father in ‘Full House’ and ‘Fuller House’
The “Full House” and “Fuller House” co-stars paid tribute to the late comedian on social media, like other celebrity friends.
Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, who shared the role of Michelle, Saget’s charismatic TV daughter, said in a statement that she was “a very loving, compassionate and generous person.”
“We are deeply saddened that he is no longer with us but we know he will be by our side to guide us as gracefully as he always has,” Mary-Kate and Ashley continued. “We are thinking of his daughters, his wife and family and sending our condolences.”
John Stamos plays the nephew of the fluffy Uncle Jesse and Danny. Expressed condolence His friend, he writes, is “broken” and “gutted.”
“I’m in complete and utter shock,” Stamos tweeted. “I’ll never have another friend like him. I love you so much, Bobby.”
Saget stars Lori Loughlin (as Aunt Becky), Dave Collier (Uncle Joey) and her TV daughters Candace Cameron (DJ), and Jody Sweetin (Stephanie).
“My mind is broken,” Collier wrote on Twitter. “I love you, Bob.”
“Your eternal brother, Dave,” Collier signed his tribute.
Candace Cameron Burer said there were “no words” on social media.
“I don’t know what to say,” She wrote on Twitter. “I have no words. Bob was one of the best humans I’ve ever known in my life. I loved him so much.”
In 2016, Cameron Burer reprized her role as DJ for “Fuller House” following her life as a widowed mother with her sister Stephanie. Stamos, Collier and Saget appeared throughout the series.
Kat Dennings, who starred alongside Saget in the 2001 sitcom “Rising Dad,” recalled “his TV daughter for a season” and how “kind and protective” the actor was. “Sorry for his family,” she called him “a loving man.”
“I can’t believe it!” The actress wrote in another tweet. “What a wonderful person. He always went out of his way to make me comfortable and was constantly talking about his children. Such a loss.”
“Seinfeld” actor Jason Alexander Shared on Twitter: “I know people lose loved ones and good people every day. Nobody gets a pass. But Bob Saget’s loss is deeply striking. If you didn’t know him, he was kind and loving and deeply concerned about people. He goes away. ”
Television writer and director Norman Lear Has been written Saget “is just as funny as he is.”
“And to my mind, he was hilarious. We were close friends and I couldn’t love him more.”
Whoopi Goldberg paid tribute to the comedian and sent her condolences.
“Sail on my friend Bob Saget,” Goldberg Wrote on social media, Lauded for his “huge heart and unsightly insanity.”
Billy Crystal Has been written Saget: “I am shocked and sad to learn that Bob Saget has passed away. He is a good friend and one of the funniest and sweetest people I know.
“Just kidding and fine …” Written by comedian John Stewart.
Comedian George Wallace reflected on them “Four Decades of Friendship” With Saget.
“We had Thanksgiving with Bob once when he was coming in. He cooked turkey but didn’t know you had to take the inside out. We lost it completely,” he recalled. “I love you, my friend.”
Television presenter Written by Andy Cohen: “He had a big heart and wore it on his sleeve. He was very generous with his feelings. A Mensch.”
Howie Mandel wrote of Segate’s death: “Comedy and tragedy are so close and they collide today.” “I love you @bobsaget.”
Gilbert Gottfried, with the 2005 documentary / stand-up comedy “The Aristocrats,” wrote Saget, who is “still in shock” on the news.
“I talked to Bob a few days ago.” He added. “We were always on the phone to laugh at each other. RIP to friend, comedian and fellow rich Bob Saget.”
Jim Carrey Called Saget is “handsome” on social media, sharing a black-and-white photo of the two of them in their younger days.
“He had a big, big heart and a wonderful distorted comic mind,” he wrote. “He brought a lot of joy to the world and lived his life for good.”
Magician and actor Penn Gillette said he wanted to “tweet something out in a really funny and bad taste”.
“I can’t do that,” He added. “I’m so sad. Bob is amazing every step of the way and we all miss him.”
Actress Jamie Lee Curtis Did the salutation In the early 90s, @TheRichardLewis went to downtown with @DaveCoulier and Saget on the limo saying, “To the actor, reflecting on one of the funniest nights of my life.
“People laugh wherever they go!” She wrote.
Comedian Joel McHale said he was “shocked” to learn of Saget’s demise.
“He’s one of the most gracious and thoughtful people I’ve ever met and he’s one of the funniest people on the planet.” Written by McHale. “I miss you so much Bob. Love you dear friend.”
For CBS’s “How I Met Your Mother,” Saget voices the anchor, grown-up Ted (played by Josh Radner).
Radner mirrored the old wise ‘I’ for nine years (HIMYM), calling him “kind, loving, funny, very supportive.”
“Easy to be around,” Radner wrote in a lengthy Twitter thread. “A Mensch Between the Menstrual Cycle.”
Radner recalled the imposter syndrome he experienced when he started performing and how Saget helped him overcome those struggles. “This guy has been happy to cheer me up on TV for years. Let me know I have the right to be there … I can’t overemphasize how meaningful his talk is.” He said.
“There are people who leave the land and you are haunted by all the things you didn’t tell them. Not all love was expressed,” Radner continued. “Fortunately for Bob, it didn’t. We worshiped each other and we told each other.”
“I am infinitely grateful that HIMYM has brought Bob Saget into my life. For the rest of my life I hear his voice in my head,” he concluded his thread, with a photo of the two smiling together.
In a statement to ABC Network, he said: “We are deeply saddened by the sudden loss of our friend and colleague, Bob Saget. He has always been a member of the ABC family.”
“Whether acting as a loving father at Full House or hosting the early years of ‘America’s Fun Home Videos’ with his signature wit and charm, Bob always knew how to connect with families by heart and humor,” the statement continued. “Our thoughts are with his family as we mourn the demise of such an incredibly talented comedian and talent.”
Warner Bros. Television, which produced both “Fuller House” and Fuller House, said in a statement that they are “mourning the tragic loss of our dear friend.”
“Bob was a father to many around the world,” the statement read.