Bob Saget talked about mortality and helping others in a podcast before his death
Bob Saget had dreams he was looking forward to fulfilling.
The comedian & "Fuller House" star, who died at 65 in January, appeared on the podcast" Till This Day with Radio Rahim" months before his death and said he was" just getting started" with his career.
" I actually believe I am just starting, because I have not made a film that I feel hit everybody, and I want to do a couple of those," he said in the podcast, released Thursday
"And some people spend their whole life doing many pictures."
Saget talked of directors he respected who he said were at" the top of the mountain."
"I want to do a couple of those pictures," he said." I know I've it in me."
He also talked over mortality, and talked about how at his age and after remedy, he was living life else.
" We are all redefining what we said 20 times agone , 10 times agone, four times agone," Saget said."
I am not indeed redefining it, I just do not have the same way of doing humor or discussion."
His 60th birthday party, thrown for him by his stylish friend and" Full House
"Fuller House" costar John Stamos, made Saget realize how important he'd affected others' lives.
"It's like( the film)' It's a awful Life,'( the character) George Bailey. wants to kill himself.
The movie starts, he is on a ground. He is going to kill himself," Saget said."
And also an angel takes him through his life and shows him what would've happed had he not was.
And I know for a fact that I've helped people."
That came clear incontinently after his death, when there was an outpour of affection from fans and other comedians about Saget's kindness and influence.
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