There is no evidence that foul play or drug use is linked to the death of comedian Bob Saget, best known for his role as Danny Tanner in the ’90s sitcom. full house and long time host America’s Funniest Home Videos, who died on Sunday at the age of 65 after being found in a hotel room in Florida.
On Monday, an autopsy was performed on Saget, according to which the District 9 Medical Examiner’s office said it may take 10-12 weeks to get the final result. NBC News, although Chief Medical Examiner Joshua Stephanie reiterated that there was no sign of drugs or foul play, which the Orange County Sheriff’s Department had previously said a tweet Sunday.
Police were called on Sunday to Saget’s hotel room in Orlando’s Ritz-Carlton for “an unresponsive person,” later identified as Saget, and pronounced dead at the scene.
Saget was performing on his “I Don’t Do Negative” stand-up tour in Florida—on Saturday, he performed a show in Jacksonville, after which he said that instagram That he is “loving every moment of it.”
They performed early on Saturday and Sunday mornings. tweeted that he “likes the tonight show” and “thanks”[a]
Appreciating audience,” saying, “I didn’t know I did a 2-hour set tonight. I am happily accustomed to this mess again.”
Saget is survived by his wife, Kelly Rizzo, whom he married in 2018 and has three children.