Bob Saget was “not breathing” and had “no pulse” when he was found unresponsive in his Florida hotel room, according to the 911 audio released Monday.
A security guard from the Ritz-Carlton in Orlando alerted authorities on Sunday around 4 p.m. after an employee found Saget lying in his hotel bed, the Orange County Sheriff’s Office said.
“We have an unresponsive guest in the room. My officer is telling me there’s no pulse,” the guard said in the 911 audio obtained by The Post.
“Unresponsive, not breathing and no pulse.”
According to a death investigation report, the 65-year-old comedian was found lying on his back in bed with his left arm across his chest and his right arm resting on the bed.
The hotel staff who made the grim discovery told cops Saget was “cold to the touch, yellow and clammy.”
The “Full House” star’s belongings were on the nightstand, TV stand, closet and bathroom — and the room was “orderly,” the report said.
Saget’s family had called the hotel to check on him after they were unable to reach him that day, authorities said.
His body was discovered about an hour after he was meant to check out of the hotel.
There were no signs of disturbance or trauma, and investigators said they had found “no signs of foul play or drug use in this case.”
The Medical Examiner is still trying to determine the official cause of death.
Saget had been staying at the hotel for several days while he performed his stand-up “I Don’t Do Negative Comedy Tour” nearby.
Authorities said he used his key to enter the hotel room at about 2.15 a.m. after performing a show Saturday night.
He tweeted a selfie at 3:45 a.m. about how great his set had gone, saying: “Loved tonight’s show… Appreciative audience.”