Bob saget on the dating game
His comic skills emerged at an early age, winning kisses from girls in kindergarten for making them laugh.Around the age of 9, Saget started making movies with a Super 8 camera. But his grades were lackluster and got even worse when the family moved from Philadelphia to Encino, California, while he was a teenager.Saget attended Temple University's film school, where he created Through Adam's Eyes, a black-and-white film about a boy who received reconstructive facial surgery and was honored with an award of merit in the Student Academy Awards. Then I had a gangrenous appendix taken out, almost died, and I got over being cocky or overweight." Saget talked about his burst appendix on Anytime with Bob Kushell, saying that it happened on the Fourth of July, at the UCLA Medical Center and that they at first just iced the area for seven hours before taking it out and finding that it had become gangrenous.Following a short stint as a member of CBS' The Morning Program in early 1987, Saget was cast as Danny Tanner in Full House, which became a success with family viewers, and landed in the Nielsen ratings' Top 30 beginning with season three.'I'm happier today, and I'm the youngest 61-year-old I know!
During the early 1990s, Saget worked both on Full House and AFV simultaneously.Born in 1956 in Philadelphia, Bob Saget has worked as a sitcom star, a TV host, and a stand-up comedian.Starting in 1987, after a short stint on The Morning Program, Saget played one of TV’s nicest, albeit wimpiest, dads on the sitcom Full House.He passed away this week at the age of 81 after suffering a heart attack, his wife Nancy tells the Associated Press. Lange, here are some of the famous faces who appeared on “The Dating Game.” Some were on because they were famous, like a young Sally Field, who was starring on “Gidget” in 1966.But the funniest ones are the pre-fame celebrities, like Farrah Fawcett, Bob Saget, John Ritter and Phil Hartman.