Published on January 26, 2022, Updated on January 26, 2022
Bob Saget was a stand-up comedian, television personality, and actor recognized for his edgy and ‘in your face’ style. He received recognition for his major part in the American sitcom Full House, in which he played a widowed father with three young daughters. After that, he did a slew of television series, most of them focused on family and comedy.
Saget became the center of attention when rumors about his face surgery began to circulate.
Even though he never addressed or publicly admitted to receiving surgery, fans’ self-proclaimed gossip on his incisions couldn’t get much better.
When one of the most prestigious face and body surgery centers, Wang Plastic Surgery and Spa, shared images of Saget’s surgery, it quickly went viral. As a result, many people have assumed that Bob Saget had implants on his face ever then.
Furthermore, during his tenure at Temple University, he had filmed a youngster receiving plastic surgery, and as a result, many misread his need for cosmetic surgery. Plus, his photo being put on a prominent cosmetic surgery hospital had a significant role in spreading these rumors.
When comparing and contrasting his images, as well as studying the allegations, there is no indication that his cosmetic surgery was successful.
If the comedian had had the implants, it would be obvious to our eyes.
On Sunday, Jan. 9, 2022, Bob Saget was discovered dead in Orlando, Florida.
He was discovered unresponsive in a hotel room at the Ritz-Carlton Orlando, Grande Lakes, according to the Orange County Sheriff’s Office. The reason was unknown, but there was no evidence of foul play or drug usage, according to the sheriff’s office.
The news dropped like a bombshell as Saget, who was on tour, had played at Ponte Vedra Concert Hall in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida, southeast of Jacksonville just a day before.
He hailed the “appreciative crowd” in a tweet early Sunday.
For the rest of the season, “AFV,” the ABC series that Saget helped create in 1989, will pay tribute to its original host with a regular segment showing iconic moments from his tenure on the show.
In its Jan. 16 show, a week after Saget’s passing, “America’s Funniest Home Videos” paid tribute to its original host. However, executive producer Vin Di Bona concluded earlier this week that there was much too much good PG-rated Saget content in the vault from his eight-year reign to not show it.
(References from: variety.com | nytimes.com)