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Bob Saget is a hit whether he's playing a TV show role like Danny Tanner on "Full House," host of "America's Funniest Home Videos" or doling out the zingers LIVE doing stand-up! Buy your Bob Saget theater tickets now!
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Bob Saget Theater Tickets

To most people, Bob Saget is simply family man Danny Tanner on the classic TV show "Full House," but they most likely haven't seen his stand up show. Outside of the sitcom world, Saget has made a name for himself with his proactive - often raunchy- sense of humor on stage. Once you separate the man from his TV character, picking up Bob Saget tickets is an easy decision.

The country's first introduction to Saget was not just on "Full House" but also as the host of "America's Funniest Home Videos." But after his run on those two shows ended, his place in pop culture did not wane. He has made the rounds on a number of TV shows, including a guest spot as a parody of himself on HBO's "Entourage." He also served as the narrator on the sitcom "How I Met Your Mother."

Over the last several years, however, his biggest work has been done on stage. Saget's act appeals to a wide audience who grew up with him on TV. He has filmed a number of specials including 2007's "That Ain't Right," which helped solidify his place in the comedy world.