Tim Allen shared a fantastic photo of celebrities who have passed away and Jon Lovitz.
Allen posted a photo with legendary comic stars Bob Saget, Rodney Dangerfield, Lovitz, Robin Williams, and himself.
Allen Posted Tribute After Saget’s Death
The “Home Improvement” and “Last Man Standing” star was grieving after hearing the news of Saget’s death on Saturday.
Tim Allen posted a touching tribute to Saget in a late-night Tweet.
Another fan, Matt Howser, posted a photo of the five stars together to respond to Allen.
Lovitz Could Just Be Acting
Or maybe “it’s just acting!”
Lovitz played a “Saturday Night Live” character in the 1980s that was called the “Master Thespian.” Lovitz’s character on the show was flamboyant and would often dazzle other characters by saying, “That’s acting” in a loud voice.
Quite possibly, Lovitz could become the next Abe Vigoda. The longtime star died in 2016 at 94.
Vigoda’s running joke was that the man was a repeated victim of celebrity death hoaxes. News reports kept reporting his death, but the star was still really living. That is, until 2016.
Allen Back On The Road Performing
In Bob Saget’s final Instagram post on Saturday, the star talked about how much he loved performing his comedy on the road again.
Saget had a successful career and loved getting back to the basics while hearing the crowd laugh.
“I’m back in comedy like I was when I was 26. I guess I’m finding my new voice and loving every moment of it,” Saget said.
Well, Tim Allen’s back on the road too.
In fact, in an eerie coincidence, Allen came to Jacksonville to perform Saturday. Saget performed in the area the same night in Orlando and Ponte Vedra Concert Hall in Jacksonville.
After his “Last Man Standing” show wrapped up for a second time after getting canceled, Allen hit the road again.
In a recent Twitter post, Allen said the favorite part of his pre-standup concert check was working “with the tech to design the stage look.” The comic said he “loved lighting” and “of course, making y’all laugh.”
The star is on a break now but has a massive February lined up. He performs two shows at the Mirage in Las Vegas to start the month. After that, he goes to Tulsa, Okla., to perform on Feb. 18. The next day, Allen jets down to Tempe, Ariz., for his next show. Whew. Rest up, funnyman! Talk about a busy month.