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Barely before he turned 40, Bob Saget became not only a household name but a landmark figure in the history of American comedy. It all started when he played Danny Tanner, the TV father on Full House.
In 2014, his book Dirty Daddy was released, in which he writes about his career, comedy influences, and experiences with life and death. He embarked on a small tour in support of the book, including the Pemberton Music Festival, where he introduced Snoop Dogg prior to performing his own set. In the same year, he toured Australia for the first time, with a stand-up show called Bob Saget Live: The Dirty Daddy Tour. The show was performed in the major cities of Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, and Perth.
www.goodhousekeeping.com)“I have the head of the sea pappy, and I almost got in trouble for stealing this on the night of the final show,” Jodie told Bob in the interview. “I took that and I took this [a framed needlework piece] and it says ‘Love is all we need.’ And this was hanging in the kitchen. And the first episode back, I noticed it and said, ‘I want that when it’s done.’” (Source:
Bob Saget is best known for his role as Danny Tanner in "Full House." The obsessively clean, slightly overbearing yet loveable father of three held together the popular sitcom for eight seasons of growing pains, family drama, and "You got it, dude"s. If it's hard to imagine "Full House" without Bob Saget (which actually almost was the case), it's even harder to fathom the actor-comedian ever landing himself in hot water — he just plays the wholesome dad so effortlessly. But Saget's comedy career after "Full House" was in fact extremely vulgar, and it was later revealed that he always had a crude streak — he was just good at hiding it on screen.
www.looper.com)Roasts are often irreverent, but the 2008 Comedy Central Roast of Bob Saget went well beyond just featuring the occasional politically incorrect remark. With each new comedian taking the stage, the jokes, questions, and even allegations (albeit lighthearted) of Bob Saget's sexual misconduct mounted. Comedian Brian Posehn joked that, "Bob has done a lot for this country. For eight seasons, half an hour a week, 'Full House' kept pedophiles off the street. In fact, three of them were on the show!" (Source: