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About Bob Saget

Bob Saget is known worldwide for his television roles and set a precedent by simultaneously starring in two top-ten primetime series -- the eight-year-run sitcom "Full House" and "America's Funniest Home Videos." He was also seen on NBC in the Quiz Show (from the producers of "Deal or No Deal") "1 VS. 100."

Bob also wrote, directed and produced (with producer David Permut) "Farce of the Penguins," an R-rated parody of the hugely successful, Academy Award-winning other "penguin movie," this time narrated by Samuel L. Jackson, and starring the voice-over talents of Lewis Black, Mo'Nique, Tracy Morgan, and scores of guest cameos from other comedy stars.

He has directed the college cult favorite feature, "Dirty Work," and directed and executive produced the critically acclaimed and powerful ABC telefilm "For Hope," starring Dana Delany in a story loosely based on the life and struggle of Saget's sister, Gay, who passed away in 1994 from Scleroderma.

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Bob Saget is known worldwide for his television roles and set a precedent by simultaneously starring in two top-ten primetime series -- the eight-year-run sitcom "Full House" and "America's Funniest Home Videos." He was also seen on NBC in the Quiz Show (from the producers of "Deal or No Deal") "1 VS. 100."

Bob also wrote, directed and produced (with producer David Permut) "Farce of the Penguins," an R-rated parody of the hugely successful, Academy Award-winning other "penguin movie," this time narrated by Samuel L. Jackson, and starring the voice-over talents of Lewis Black, Mo'Nique, Tracy Morgan, and scores of guest cameos from other comedy stars.

He has directed the college cult favorite feature, "Dirty Work," and directed and executive produced the critically acclaimed and powerful ABC telefilm "For Hope," starring Dana Delany in a story loosely based on the life and struggle of Saget's sister, Gay, who passed away in 1994 from Scleroderma.

In March of 2005, Saget completed his run in the hit off-Broadway show, "Privilege," written by Paul Weitz, writer and director of "In Good Company" and "About a Boy," and directed by Peter Askin, of "Hedwig and the Angry Inch." "Privilege" was sold out, received rave reviews and ran for over seventy performances.

Bob guest-starred on the first season of the Showtime series "Huff," starring Hank Azaria, Oliver Platt and Blythe Danner. Bob received kudos for his comedically controversial performance on the second season of HBO's hit series, "Entourage." He can also be seen as a guest star on "Law and Order: SVU," playing a passive-aggressive computer programmer.

Saget was seen in the documentary feature film "The Aristocrats," where his appearance received raves from The New York Times, The New York Observer and Entertainment Weekly, the latter of which said, "...this is the host of America's Funniest Home Videos as you've never seen him before."

Bob Saget's stand-up has grown exponentially -- headlining the House of Blues and Caesar's Palace in Las Vegas, headlining theaters, colleges and other concert venues -- as his packed-housed audiences, all of which grew up watching him, love to see his adult stand-up, which completely blows up his TV image from the past and leaves them rolling in the aisles.

Saget was also featured on "Blowin' Up," an MTV series starring his friends, Jamie Kennedy and Stu Stone, Bob's music video "Rollin With Saget" , aired originally on MTV, and since then has spun out of control on YouTube and Funny or Die.

Bob is very proud to be an active member of the board of directors of the Scleroderma Research Foundation, and he is also on the board of the Starlight/Starbright Children's Foundation. He hosts and co-produces three major fund-raising events every eighteen months for the Scleroderma Research Foundation: in New York, Los Angeles and the organization's base city, San Francisco. Through these events, he and the board he is so proud to be part of fund the top research centers in the country, in the quest to drive scleroderma into remission, and to help find a cure for its hundreds of thousands of victims.

Bob resides in Los Angeles and is the extremely proud father of three daughters.