The Limited Times

Now you can see non-English news...

"My heart is heavy": a year after his surprising death, the widow of the "Sorrow of Raising Daughters" star misses her - voila! culture


The widow of comedian Bob Saget, who passed away exactly one year ago, published an emotional post in his memory: "How come I haven't spoken to or seen my beloved husband in a year?"

Thriller "The Sorrow of Raising Girls - The Next Generation" (Netflix)

The widow of comedian Bob Saget, who passed away exactly one year ago, released an emotional video and post on Instagram in memory of her husband on the one year anniversary of his death.

The widow, 43-year-old Kelly Rizzo, wrote about Saget (65), who was her husband of four years and died in a hotel in Orlando, Florida after being hit in the head: "A year has passed. Our hearts are so heavy. How could I not have spoken to my beloved husband or seen him for a whole year?"

Kelly also wrote that she is slowly digesting the news of his death, "but when I see pictures or videos of him when he is full of life, it still seems unreal to me."

With Ben Folds' song "The Luckiest" playing in the background, the widow added and wrote: "There is one thing that I carry with me every day, thanks to which I manage to survive. I am the luckiest. The luckiest to be his wife, the luckiest to live with the warmth, the laughter , his wisdom and love."

"People can live 1,000 times and not feel as full a life as he did. You truly earned this life, my love. That's why I will always be grateful for the endless love he gave me until the day I die."

View this post on Instagram

A post shared by Kelly Rizzo (@eattravelrock)

Saget became famous mainly for his role as the father of the family Danny Tanner in the series "The Sorrow of Raising Girls", and six years ago he also appeared in its sequel, "The Sorrow of Raising Girls - The Next Generation".

In addition to this, he had many other roles.

Among other things, he hosted the popular show "America's Funniest Home Videos" from the late 1980s to the late 1990s and voiced the future Ted Mosby in "How I Met Mother".

In 1998 Saget directed the film "Dirty Work", which starred, among others, the comedian Norm McDonald, who passed away a few months ago.

In this film, as the name implies, the actor tarnished the image that stuck to him because of his role in a sweet series like "The Sorrow of Raising Girls".

He also did this in his stand-up shows and in other roles, for example a guest appearance in the series "The Entourage", participation in the crude doco "The Aristocrats" and of course his roast on Comedy Central.

Saget was a member of a Jewish family, and participated in "The Good Cop", an American adaptation of an Israeli series of the same name.

Comedian Don Rickliss even once defined him as "the Jewish Clark Kent."

You will also be interested:

this horror film is the biggest hit in cinema.

The reason for this is delusional,

how did it happen?!

The embarrassing prank that everyone missed in "Emily in Paris"

More in Walla!

Shachel's TripleSafe - 3 devices that can save lives, and now - one as a gift

Served on behalf of Shachel

Saget and Kelly (photo: screenshot, Instagram)

Bob Saget's family issued a press release several weeks after his death, revealing what led to his death.

"In the weeks since Bob's passing, we have been overwhelmed by the incredible outpouring of love from his fans, which has been a great comfort to us and for which we are forever grateful," they wrote.

"Now that we have the final conclusions from the authorities' investigation, we felt it was only appropriate that the fans hear those conclusions directly from us. The authorities determined that Bob suffered head trauma. They concluded that he was accidentally hit by something in the back of the head, thought nothing of it and went to sleep. There were no Drugs or alcohol are involved."

Since the publication of the announcement, medical experts in the United States have clarified that this is not a simple blow.

CNN Chief Medical Correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta, a neurosurgeon by profession, released the details of the report, saying: "I think what it reveals most is that this was not some kind of simple blow to the head... When you read Du "H That dissection ... it was a very significant blow to the head," Dr. Gupta added, pointing out that the skull fractures were extensive enough to stretch from the back of Saget's head to his right ribcage — and that's in addition to cracks in the front of his skull.

"For that to happen," Dr. Gupta said, "when I first saw it, if I didn't know anything else about what happened, you'd think maybe it was someone who fell down the stairs and got a couple of blows to the head, or wasn't belted in a car accident.

I mean, that was the measure of strength."

"Whatever happened here," he concluded, "we may never know exactly, like how he fell or what happened, but it was a significant blow that caused it, and probably bleeding on the brain as well...unfortunately, it led to him losing consciousness. And then die."

  • culture

  • on the agenda


  • Bob Saggett

Source: walla

All tech articles on 2023-01-10

Trends 24h


© Communities 2019 - Privacy

The information on this site is from external sources that are not under our control.
The inclusion of any links does not necessarily imply a recommendation or endorse the views expressed within them.