Inspiring quotes by Bob Saget

Top 10 most inspiring quotes by Bob Saget

  • Like with any good art form, if you can entertain people and make them think, it’s an honor. It’s just an honor to be a comedian.
  • I think things just happen to people. That’s healthier, I feel, than believing there’s some grand scheme where your story is already inscribed in the Book of Life. Books get rewritten.
  • It’s still a soft R, but when I watch other people’s standup, I’m dumbfounded that people call me dirty. That’s only because I did family television.
  • One of the first things I ever did was ‘Critical Condition.’ That was before ‘Full House.’ It was a Richard Pryor movie. I didn’t have a giant part, but I was in it throughout. I loved the heck out of it.
  • Now I’ve literally become neighborhood watch. I call 911 on people. I’m the old man driving 25-miles-per-hour down Sunset.
  • The whole thing for me is that I did ‘Full House’ and ‘America’s Funniest Home Videos,’ and I look like a dentist, and I’m a dad. Being known as a dirty comedian turned into this weird thing. It’s people’s image of me.
  • There’s just something about the audiences in Detroit that I’ve always felt connected to. Detroit is different.
  • I had enough therapy to know when I broke it down, it became clearer to me: Yes, comedy was kind of a cleansing thing for me to do.
  • I have a couple of jokes that are politically oriented, but it just sickens me to do them.
  • I wasn’t the first choice for the role of Danny Tanner. Betty White was. Not true, but there was another actor whom they had shot the pilot with.

Bob Saget, born on May 17, 1956, in Philadelphia, is an American comedian, actor, and television host. Best known for his role as Danny Tanner on the popular sitcom “Full House,” which aired from 1987 to 1995, Saget became a household name for his wholesome on-screen persona.

In contrast to his clean-cut image on “Full House,” Saget’s stand-up comedy is known for its dark and often explicit humor. He began his career in stand-up comedy in the 1980s and gained recognition for his irreverent style. Saget’s ability to seamlessly transition between family-friendly roles and more mature comedic performances showcases his versatility as an entertainer.

Aside from his work on “Full House,” Saget hosted the hit reality show “America’s Funniest Home Videos” from 1989 to 1997. He also had a recurring role on the sitcom “How I Met Your Mother.” In addition to his acting career, Saget is an accomplished director and has directed several episodes of television, including episodes of “Full House” and the HBO series “Entourage.”

Throughout his career, Bob Saget has maintained a multifaceted presence in the entertainment industry, leaving a lasting impact with his diverse talents and contributions to both family-friendly and adult-oriented content.

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