Sarah Silverman takes her dog for walk in Los Angeles park after paying tribute to late Bob Saget
Sarah Silverman took her dog for a walk on Tuesday in Los Angeles after paying tribute to late comedian Bob Saget.
The 51-year-old comedian kept it casual in a grey hoodie over a green T-shirt along with denim shorts and black leggings.
Sarah also sported a cap with a tie-dye graphic and accessorized with sunglasses and a red bandana hanging from her back pocket.
Dog duty: Sarah Silverman took her dog for a walk on Tuesday in Los Angeles after paying tribute to late comedian Bob Saget
She completed her outfit with brown hiking shoes.
Sarah held onto a black leash while walking her cute black dog in a Los Feliz park.
The former Saturday Night Live writer and featured player took to Twitter on Monday to pay tribute to Bob who died on Sunday at age 65.
‘Usually when you say a comedian was really nice it’s a nice way of saying he wasn’t particularly funny. But Bob was hilarious AND a SuperMench. Kind, silly, funny, sardonic, so special,’ Sarah posted for her roughly 12.2 million followers.
Late comic: The 51-year-old comedian is shown with the late Bob Saget in May 2010 in Beverly Hills, California at a fundraiser
Casual style: Sarah kept it casual in a grey hoodie over a green T-shirt along with denim shorts and black leggings
Sarah and Bob both appeared in the 2005 documentary The Aristocrats about the famous dirty joke of the same name.
They both delivered two of the raunchiest versions of the joke in the documentary that featured top comics, including: Jason Alexander, Drew Carey, George Carlin, Phyllis Diller, Whoopi Goldberg, Gilbert Gottfried, Richard Lewis, The Smothers Brothers, Robin Williams and Steven Wright.
Bob was found dead on Sunday at the Ritz-Carlton Orlando in Florida with foul play and drug use being ruled out by authorities as a cause of death.
Really nice: The former Saturday Night Live writer and featured player took to Twitter on Monday to pay tribute to Bob who died on Sunday at age 65
His death prompted an outpouring of tributes on social media from his co-stars on Full House and his peers in the comedy world.
Sarah has a role in the Netflix satirical sci-fi film Don’t Look Up that was released on December 24 on the streaming service.
She can next be seen in the romantic musical Marry Me also starring Jennifer Lopez, Owen Wilson, Maluma and John Bradley.
Marry Me will be released by Universal Pictures on February 11 after being delayed for a year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Beloved comedian: The Laugh Factory in Los Angeles paid tribute to Bob with the marquee on Monday reading ‘Bob Saget, Rest In Peace, Make God Laugh’