Bob Saget death: Police release 911 call audio revealing actor had 'no pulse'

Officials have released audio of the 911 call made by a hotel security team member after actor Bob Saget was found unresponsive at his hotel room

The person who placed the call from the Ritz-Carlton in Orlando can be heard telling the operator they have an "unresponsive guest" in one of the rooms. 

"[He's] not responsive, not breathing and there's no pulse," the individual says in the audio. 

According to Fox News, an incident report also released by the Orange County Sheriff's Office stated that Saget was found in a "supine position on his bed", and there were no signs of trauma. 

"His left arm was across his chest while his right arm was resting on the bed," the report said. 

Hotel security advised responding officers that the Full House star was "cold to the touch, yellow and clammy".

The 65-year-old star was due to check out of the hotel on Sunday (US time), and his family had become worried when they were unable to contact him. He was later pronounced dead on the scene. 

In a statement from the sheriff's office confirming Saget's death, detectives advised they found "no signs of foul play or drug use" in this case. 

Saget, a father of three, had been touring around the United States and played a show in Jacksonville the night before his death. 

In the early hours of the morning after the gig, he tweeted about the "appreciative audience" and said he was "happily addicted again" to performing live. 

Emotional tributes from a plethora of celebrities have poured in for Saget following news of his death, including heartbroken messages from Full House alumni John Stamos and Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen. 

"I am broken. I am gutted. I am in complete and utter shock," Stamos tweeted. "I will never ever have another friend like him. I love you so much Bobby." 

Meanwhile, the Olsen twins said they were "deeply saddened" by the loss, dubbing Saget "the most loving, compassionate and generous man".