Die at 65 years Bob Sage, Actor of Forced Parents

The American actor Bob Sage, well known to interpret the Father of Television Comedy forced Parents (1987-1995), died on Sunday at 65. Saget (Philadelphia, U

Die at 65 years Bob Sage, Actor of Forced Parents

The American actor Bob Sage, well known to interpret the Father of Television Comedy forced Parents (1987-1995), died on Sunday at 65.

Saget (Philadelphia, USA, 1956) died at a hotel in Orlando (USA) where he was found without life by the authorities, pointed out the Orange County Sheriff's office in Florida.

There is still not the cause of his death, but that county sheriff's office clarified that there were no signs that it was a violent death and no drugs were found in the place.

Sage had acted the night before at the Auditorium Ponte Vedra Concert Hall (Jacksonville, USA) as part of his monologue tour.

After that comedy show, the actor published a message on Twitter with a picture of him in which he said he had loved his show that night and in which he thanked his audience.

With a long trajectory dedicated to humor, Saget was very popular for his role by Father Viudo Danny Tanner in the great television family of forced parents.

In the cast of this famous comedy series also appeared other interpreters such as John Stamos, Lori Loughlin and the Sisters Ashley Olsen and Mary-Kate Olsen (they alternated giving life to the smallest daughter of the house).

After the nearly 200 episodes of forced parents, Saget also participated as Danny Tanner in the Netflix series that gave him continuity, "Fuller House" (2016-2020).

In the United States, Saget was also well known for being the presenter of the Television Humor Program "America's Funniest Home Videos" between 1989 and 1997.

In addition, Saget had a long career as a monologuist and comedian that took him to travel the country with his shows.

On the small screen it was also the voice in the future of Ted Mosby (Josh Radnor on the screen) that narrated the popular comedy "How I Met Your Mother" (2005-2014).

Behind the cameras, Saget was director of several humor films such as "Dirty Work" (1998), the false documentary "Farce of the Penguins" (2006) or "Benjamin" (2019).

Numerous figures of cinema and television shared their pain in social networks for the death of the actor.

"I'm destroyed, I'm destroyed, I'm completely and total shock, I'll never have a friend like him, I love you so much, Bobby," he wrote on Twitter John Stamos about who was his partner in 'forced parents'.

Updated Date: 09 January 2022, 22:25

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