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Bob Saget revealed that mortality had ‘happily changed’ him in an interview months before his death


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Bob Saget spent time reflecting on mortality months before his death.

Saget sat down for an interview with “Til This Day with Radio Rahim” in May 2021. The interview is now published by Luminary in three parts.

In the interview, Saget talks about her growth, according to insight obtained by People magazine.

“I’m proud of myself because I’m onto a new thing,” Saget told Radio host Rahim. “At 65, I’m different than I was. We all rethink what we said 20 years ago, 10 years ago, four years ago. I don’t even rethink it, I just didn’t not the same way of making humor or conversation.”

Bob Saget spoke about mortality in an interview recorded eight months before his death.

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“I guess the therapy, having three kids, seeing people die in the last few years, the mortality, all of that thankfully changed me,” he added. “My kids tell me, ‘Dad, you’re different. It’s so nice to see you grow up.'”

Saget lost several members of his family during his life, including his uncles, aunts, cousins ​​and sisters.

“[The deaths] started when I was about 7, and then every two years someone died,” he explained.[I had] a cousin died – she died at 23 of cancer after giving birth to her child – and then a lot of cousins ​​went through a lot of hardship so I was like 9, 10, 11, 12, 14 It was a lot. And then I lost my two sisters.”

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Bob Saget revealed that mortality had ‘happily changed’ him in an interview months before his death

Saget lost many family members throughout his life, including uncles, aunts, cousins, and sisters.
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“There’s so much pain, and my parents couldn’t deal with it,” he continued. “And every time they finally started trying to regroup, something else terrible happened. And then one of my sisters [Gay] contracted this disease, scleroderma, in 1994.”

Saget died on January 9 at the age of 65. He was found unconscious in a hotel room in Orlando, Florida.

The Orange County Sheriff’s Department confirmed Saget’s death on social media, saying they found no signs of foul play or drug use.

His autopsy report was later released to the media and revealed the comedian had suffered several fractures before his death. The Orange County Medical Examiner’s Office concluded that Saget likely struck “the back part of his head” in an unwitnessed fall.

Saget was buried in a private session funeral January 14. The comedian was buried in Los Angeles surrounded by his family and friends.

His wife, Kelly Rizzo, shared a tribute to Saget after the funeral on his Instagram.

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Bob Saget revealed that mortality had ‘happily changed’ him in an interview months before his death

Saget married Kelly Rizzo in 2018.

“After a lot of thinking this week, I’m trying, really, not to think that I’ve been robbed of my time. But rather to think: how lucky I was to be the one who married THE MAN. MOST INCREDIBLE ON EARTH,” Rizzo began in the caption.

Saget and Rizzo tied the knot in 2018. The comedian proposed to Rizzo while they were watching an episode of “Stranger Things,” according to People magazine.


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