Bob Saget
Bob Saget

Board Member, 2003-2022
Actor, Comedian, Writer, Director, and Producer

In Memoriam

Bob Saget was an acclaimed actor, comedian, director, writer, and producer. He starred in many successful television shows, including two of the most family-friendly shows network TV has ever produced (“Full House” and “America’s Funniest Home Videos”). For over thirty years, he was also a stand-up comedian and earned a Grammy-nomination in 2014 for his stand-up special, “That’s What I’m Talkin’ About.” Bob directed and starred in the independent film “Benjamin” and was the host, writer, and Executive Producer of the ABC series “Videos After Dark.”

Most importantly, Bob wrote and directed the film, “For Hope,” chronicling his sister’s struggles with scleroderma. He joined the SRF Scleroderma Research Foundation Board of Directors in 2003 and was a key figure in organizing and producing SRF’s annual signature event, Cool Comedy • Hot Cuisine.

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