2001 Alumni Hall of Fame Honoree

Radio, Television and Film, 1978

Actor, Director, Producer

Throughout his 20-year career, Bob Saget has successfully cultivated an extensive and impressive repertoire of stand-up comedy, acting, directing and production work. Perhaps best known for his television roles as “Danny Tanner” on Full House and the host and writer for America’s Funniest Home Videos, Saget set precedent as the first actor to simultaneously star in two primetime series. He executive produced and directed the critically acclaimed ABC telefilm For Hope, directed the MGM feature film Dirty Work, and currently stars in the WB television series Raising Dad. Saget is on the Board of Directors for the Starlight Children’s Foundation and dedicates much of his time to the Santa Barbara-based Scleroderma Research Foundation.