Where are the Full House stars now? Heath Ledger’s connection, his prison sentence, and his untimely death

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Where are the Full House stars now? Heath Ledger’s connection, his prison sentence, and his untimely death

Full House is one of the most popular sitcoms on television, catapulting actors like Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen to stardom. However, the series’ lead actor, Bob Saget, passed away recently.

With eight seasons and 192 episodes between September 22, 1987, and May 23, 1995, Full House became one of the most popular sitcoms on television, alongside classics like Friends.

It followed Danny Tanner, a widowed father who lives in San Francisco with his three daughters, as well as his brother-in-law and best friend.

The series also propelled Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, who alternated as young Michelle Tanner, to the pinnacle of Hollywood fame as child actors.

Following the tragic death of lead actor Bob Saget at the age of 65, Brinkwire goes back in time to see what happened to the rest of the cast.

Danny, a widowed father whose wife Pam was killed in a car accident on the show, was played by Bob Saget.

Following the show, stand-up comedian Saget went on to have a thriving career on both the stage and screen.

For his 2014 comedy special, That’s What I’m Talkin’ About, the 65-year-old was nominated for a Grammy Award.

Bob also appeared on Broadway in the musical The Drowsy Chaperone, but you might know him as Ted Mosby, the voice of Ted Mosby on the CBS sitcom How I Met Your Mother, which ran from 2005 to 2014 and has a sequel coming out starring Hilary Duff.

However, in the sequel Fuller House, he reprised his famous role of Danny Tanner.

Bob proposed to TV host Kelly Rizzo while the two were watching Stranger Things in 2018, and the couple married in a Santa Monica ceremony in October of that year.

At the age of 65, the actor was tragically discovered dead in his hotel room while on tour in Florida, with the cause of death still unknown.

Soon after hearing the news, his co-stars paid tribute, with John Stamos writing that he was “heartbroken and gutted,” and Candace Cameron Bure adding that he was “one of the best human beings.”

Bob’s previous marriage to Sherri Kramer produced three children.

On the show, John Stamos portrayed Elvis-obsessed Uncle Jesse, a gifted musician with some seriously attractive hair.

Following his departure from Full House, John has gone on to appear in a number of films.

The news is summarized by Brinkwire.

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