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Yes, Bob Saget has starred in many successful television shows, including two of the most family-friendly shows network TV has ever produced (“Full House” and “Americas Funniest Home Videos”) but he’s also an out of his mind, Grammy-nominated standup comedian for over thirty years. From his HBO special “That Ain’t Right” to his scene-stealing cameos in “Entourage,” and “The Aristocrats,” it’s always effective as Saget embraces his dark side.
From directing MGM’s cult favorite feature film “Dirty Work,” to directing and producing the highly acclaimed ABC television movie, “For Hope,” to starring in the critically acclaimed, Paul Weitz off-Broadway play, “Privilege, to starring on Broadway in the Tony Award winning play of 2007, “The Drowsy Chaperone,” Bob Saget shows no signs of stopping. Ever.
January 2016, Bob finished a very fulfilling and successful 9-week run on Broadway in the Tony-nominated play, “Hand To God,” playing the part of a Lutheran minister, Pastor Greg. That year he also co-starred in a film “A Stand-Up Guy,” and finished his run on the first, second and third seasons of the mega-hit Netflix series, “Fuller House,” which is shown on Netflix worldwide. Season 4 of “Fuller House” is presently shooting and Bob is once again having a great deal of fun with his TV family.
Bob’s new hour stand-up special ZERO TO SIXTY was shot in Brooklyn at the Williamsburg Hall of Music back in May. ZERO TO SIXTY, premiered worldwide November 14th on multiple digital platforms including Amazon Prime, iTunes, Vimeo, Comcast, AT&T, Charter, DirecTV, Dish, Google Play and many others. It’s available in movie form as well as a comedy album including Vinyl LPs as well as streaming and downloads for all forms.
He just started adding new standup tour dates presently now in 2018 throughout North America into the coming year as well.
Bob is currently directing a documentary about Legendary Comedian, Actor, Writer, and above all, Artist, MARTIN MULL, Produced by Kevin Bright.
Presented by the Count Basie Center for the Arts