Bob Saget has died according to a report by TMZ.

Multiple sources connected to the famed comedian and actor — most notably for his starring role as Danny Tanner in Full House – tell us he died Sunday at the Ritz-Carlton in Orlando.

Around 4 PM ET, the hotel’s security staff discovered Bob in his room, and a sheriff’s department and fire department unit were dispatched. We’re told he was pronounced dead on the scene, but the details of his passing are still unclear.

Bob has been traveling the nation recently, stopping at a lot of places in Florida, including Orlando, which began in September and was supposed to run through May.

Last Saturday night, he was in Jacksonville doing a show at the Ponte Vedra Concert Hall. He did, after all, call out the audience early Sunday morning while he was there.

Saget said, “Loved tonight’s show @PV_ConcertHall in Jacksonville. Appreciative audience. Thanks again to @RealTimWilkins for opening. I had no idea I did a 2 hr set tonight. I’m happily addicted again to this shit. Check for my dates in 2022.”

From 1987 until 1995, Judd played the patriarch on the successful ABC comedy, landing the lead star part in ’87 and completing its first run in ’95, opposite John Stamos, Dave Coulier, of course… not to mention his TV daughters Candace Cameron (Jodie Sweetin), Jodie Sweetin (Mary-Kate Olsen).

While his trademark portrayal of a typical family man is what most people will recall him for, Saget was actually quite raunchy in his stand-up comedy. BS’s Comedy Central roast, which aired several years ago and included numerous of his long-time comedic pals skewering him kiddingly and with affection, was an excellent illustration of that

He proved to be a good sport, taking jabs from stars such as Gilbert Gottfried, Norm Macdonald, Greg Giraldo, Jon Lovitz, Jeff Ross, Brian Posehn, and others. He also had some of his own bits ready to go; these made for one of the most memorable roasts in the Comedy Central vaults –

In addition to his comedic and “Full House” celebrity, he will be remembered as a fan favorite on “America’s Funniest Home Videos,” where he served as host from 1989 to 1997, concurrent with his stint on “Fuller House.” Speaking of Mr. Tanner … in 2018, Netflix revived the franchise with the sequel series “Fuller

Bob has also acted in numerous feature films and TV series, including … a recurring part on HBO’s ‘Entourage,’ during which he played a zany version of himself, the narrator’s voice of CBS hit comedy ‘How I Met Your Mother,’ another show he was featured in named ‘Raising Dad,’ one of the penguins in “Far

He’s been getting back to his roots lately with a podcast series called “Bob Saget’s Here for You,” and he was even a celebrity guest on “Masked Singer” not long ago.

The previous time we saw him was in late 2019, when he was having fun with the public and paps outside of Craig’s in West Hollywood … while also taking photographs and signing autographs.