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|Who is Bob Saget?
He's God, Silly!!!
|Besides being Lord of all the known Universe, Bob Saget has had a very
distinguished career in Hollywood as well...
Bob Saget is best known as the star of ABC's "Full House" for eight seasons and as
the host of "America's Funniest Home Videos." Unfortunately, these shows were not
able to show Lord Saget for who he really is: the dirtiest and, by far, funniest man
alive (as anyone who has ever seen his stand-up routine can surely vouch). It
was only because of Lord Saget's Godly powers that the Olsen Twins were able to
become as popular as they are today; for without the guidance of a supreme being,
they would probably be working the pole at some strip club!
Saget also executive produced and starred in "Father and Scout" in 1995, a
presentation of "The ABC Family Movie." In 1990, he wrote, directed and starred in
the one-hour special, "In the Dream State," which earned him a Cable ACE
nomination for directing. Saget also directed the movie "Dirty Work," a hilarious
movie starring Norm Macdonald. He has also made numerous TV appearances,
including "The Tonight Show," "Late Show With David Letterman," "Saturday Night
Live", "The Larry Sanders Show," "Late Night," and "Comic Relief," a cause that is
very close to his heart. He has also made cameo appearances in movies such as
"Dumb and Dumber" and "Half Baked," in which he played a dick sucking coke head
(surely one of his better roles).
Raised in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Norfolk, Virginia; Encino, California, and, of
course, Heaven, Saget built his foundation in entertainment by performing and
writing stand-up comedy, which he has pursued for almost 30 years. He supported
himself during the early days of his career with stand-up gigs at The Comedy Store
and The Improv, studying with acting coach Darryl Hickman for five years and
spending a year with the Groundlings Workshops. He also toured with many top
musical acts, playing at such venues as Carnegie Hall and the main showrooms of
Las Vegas, Lake Tahoe and Atlantic City.
After moving to New York in 1987, he began a six-month stint as co-host of "The
Morning Program," with Mariette Hartley and Rolland Smith, where he produced and
directed his own videos daily. In 1986, Saget co-starred in the Richard Pryor film,
"Critical Condition," directed by Michael Apted.
Saget began making eight-millimeter movies from age nine through graduation from
Temple University's film school in 1978. Before coming to Los Angeles, he earned a
Student Academy Award for writing, directing and editing the documentary short,
"Through Adam's Eyes." Later that year, the short was exhibited at FILMEX, the Los
Angeles Film Festival.
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