Bob Saget, comedian, actor and star of the television sitcom “Full House” and Netflix’s sequel “Fuller House”, died Sunday night at a hotel in Orlando, Fla., Police confirmed.
The Philadelphia-born star was 65.
Reaction to the news of his death started pouring in on Twitter when the news broke on Sunday night.
‘FULL HOUSE’ STAR BOB SAGET FOUND DEAD AT HOTEL DE LA FLORIDA AT 65
Saget’s “Full House” co-stars Candace Cameron Bure and John Stamos have spoken, both expressing how much they love the late star.
“Bob was so special to me and I will be sad on this day forever,” Artie Lange told Fox News Digital in a statement. “Please be kind as Bob always has been and consider donating to the National Scleroderma Foundation. It would mean everything to him.”
“Bob was at my house in October interviewing me for a documentary. He was crisp, dark and funny as always and we were going to meet over coffee when he was done going upstairs and now I’m crying F – K”, Patton Oswalt wrote on Twitter.
“RIP mate. Life can turn to shit in an instant. My heart is aching for everything [family] .In an often ruthless business, he was historically not only hilarious, but most importantly one of the nicest human beings I have ever met in my career, “Richard Lewis tweeted.”
“He was one of the few comedians who couldn’t care less about upsetting anyone. He said what he wanted to say without regret,” Greg Gutfeld told Fox News Digital.
“Sad day for the comedy world,” comedian Steve Martin tweeted.
Comedian Jim Gaffigan tweeted: “OMG! RIP. What a warm, kind man we have lost. The world has lost one of the nicest.”
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