Who is Sherri Kramer?
American author, screenwriter and director Sherri Kramer, was born in the USA on 8 August 1956, so Leo’s her zodiac sign. She’s probably only known for being a former wife of the late American stand-up comedian and actor Robert Lane ‘Bob’ Saget, while it’s also believed that she was behind some of his best comedy specials, however, this remains unconfirmed.
Education and early life
Sherri was raised in the US by her parents, and although she hasn’t shared many details about them, it’s believed that her mother was a housewife, and her father a screenwriter. Sherri hasn’t spoken of having siblings, and is thus believed to have none.
She studied at a local high school, and during her time there became interested in creative writing and acting, appearing in a couple of plays as a member of her school’s drama club. She matriculated in 1974 and then enrolled at a prestigious college, from which she graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in 1978; it’s widely believed that Sherri went on to graduate with a Master’s degree, as well, but neither this nor the institutions have been confirmed.
It’s widely believed that Sherri wrote a lot of her former husband Bob’s comedy, but she’s only been credited with writing his 1990 TV special “Bob Saget: In the Dream State”.
She’s today living in Los Angeles, California and is working as a licensed marriage and family therapist.
Love life and husband
Sherri and Bob exchanged vows on 16 May 1982, in a large ceremony attended by more than 300 of their friends and family members, but it remains unknown for how long they had dated prior to marrying.
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On 15 February 1987, Sherri gave birth to their first daughter Aubrey, their second daughter Lara Melanie followed on 16 October 1989, and on 18 November 1992, she gave birth to their third daughter Jennifer Belle.
Sherri and Bob’s divorce was finalized on 10 November 1997, and although she hasn’t spoken of the men whom she’s perhaps since dated, it’s widely known that Bob married his second wife, American TV presenter Kelly Rizzo in 2018, and they remained together until he passed away on 9 January 2022.
Sherri seems to be unattached as of March 2023, was once married to the late Bob Saget, and shares three daughters with him.
Interesting facts and hobbies
Sherri’s still a huge fan of stand-up comedy, and her favorite comedian is the late Robin Williams, while she’s also a fan of George Carlin and Richard Pryor.
She’s a philanthropist and has donated money to a number of charity organizations, mostly to those that aim to help the elderly and underprivileged children.
Sherri was once an avid tennis player, but she rarely plays the sport nowadays.
Some of her favorite actors are Matt Damon, Al Pacino and Keanu Reeves, and her favorite movies include “The Martian”, “Jason Bourne” and “Contagion”.
Height, eyes and wealth
Sherri’s age is 66. She has brown eyes and black hair, is 5ft 4ins (1.62m) tall and weighs around 110lbs (50kgs).
Sherri’s net worth’s been estimated at over $1 million, as of March 2023, while her former husband’s net worth at the time of his death, was estimated at more than $50 million.
Who was Bob Saget?
Robert Lane ‘Bob’ Saget was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania USA, on 17 May 1956, so his zodiac sign was Taurus. He appeared in 65 movies and TV series, and is perhaps still remembered best for portraying the main character Danny Tanner in the hit family comedy series “Full House”, which Jeff Franklin created, and which also starred Dave Coulier and John Stamos. The series follows three girls who are being raised by their widowed sportscaster father, it aired from 1987 through 1995, and won 16 of its 36 award nominations.
Bob was raised in Philadelphia by his Jewish parents; his father Benjamin Saget was a supermarket chain executive, and his mother Rosalyn a hospital administrator. The family moved to Norfolk, Virginia where Bob attended Lake Taylor High School, while they eventually moved to Los Angeles, California where Bob enrolled at Abington Senior High School, matriculating in 1974; his initial plan was to become a doctor, and it was his teacher of English language who noticed his creative potential and encouraged him to pursue acting.
Bob continued his education at Temple University, at which he created his first movie “Through Adam’s Eyes”; he simultaneously attended college and performed stand-up comedy at Catch a Rising Star and The Improv. Bob graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1978.
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His debut film role was playing Therapy Patient in the 1980 short drama “Devices”, and the following year saw him make his debut TV series appearance, playing Bob the Comic in the episode “The Show Must Go On” of the comedy “Bosom Buddies”. It was only in 1987 that Bob began attracting attention, when he appeared in “The Morning Show”, while the same year saw him cast to star in “Full House”, which made him popular in both the US and Canada.
From 1989 through 1997, Bob hosted the comedy show “America’s Funniest Home Videos”, while the year 1996 saw him direct the drama movie “For Hope”, based on his sister Gay Saget’s life, who died from scleroderma in 1993. In 2001, he starred in the comedy series “Raising Dad”, and from 2005 through 2010 played a supporting character in the comedy series “Entourage”.
Bob published his autobiography, “Dirty Daddy” in 2014, and then toured around the US to promote it. Also in 2014, Bob performed stand-up comedy in Australia for the first time, with the show entitled “Bob Saget Live: The Dirty Daddy Tour”. From 2016 through 2020, Bob portrayed Danny Tanner once again in the sequel “Fuller House”; his final appearance was in the show “Welcome Home Nikki Glaser” in 2022.
Bob won two of his four award nominations: a 1978 Merit Award for Documentary, for “Through Adam’s Eyes” and a 2022 Impact Award.
It was on 9 January 2022 that Bob was found unresponsive at a Ritz-Carlton Hotel; he failed to leave the hotel on time, and his family became worried after he didn’t answer their calls. Autopsy revealed that he had accidentally hit his head, probably from a fall, which then caused a subarachnoid hemorrhage and subdural hematoma, and it’s believed that Bob died peacefully from these injuries in his sleep.