Sharing laughs. Bob Saget opened up about how comedy helped him out of dark times during his final TV interview before his death.The 65-year-old actor taped a conversation with CBS News’ chief medical correspondent Dr.
Jon LaPook in December 2021. The sit-down aired on CBS Mornings on Friday, January 14, days after he passed away.“I would dance in the living room and just start dancing stupid to make anybody laugh, just like silent film stars,” Saget said of his passion for comedy, which began at an early age. “I knew some jokes but it wasn’t really jokes, it was just like, ‘I’ve gotta perform, I’ve gotta make people laugh.’ … I know it’s healing for people.”The Full House alum confessed: “It was a defense mechanism and it truly helped me survive.
It helped keep me mentally alive rather than letting it destroy me.”Saget was found unresponsive in his Florida hotel room on Sunday, January 9, one day after performing a live show. “Loved tonight’s show @PV_ConcertHall in Jacksonville,” he tweeted on Saturday, January 8. “Appreciative audience.Read more on usmagazine.com