I never expected that the laughter
would die down for in all my years
that I had never been a fan of
Robin Williams or his huge range
of acting in many of his big-
screen movies that are made with
comical hilarity or heartwarming
drama. He was good of doing
I realise I grew up seeing some of
his movies in memories of my childhood.
Recently, he was found dead at the age of 63 in August 11th. I have previously reviewed only three of his hit movies (minus 'Happy Feet Two'). To see the passing of one of the great comedians, a man with such talent who was able to make us cry with laughter, cry with sadness and cry with joy with his multitude of diverse selection of roles in his movie smash hits. All I have to tell you is that he became an comedian in the early 70s, he immediately moved to television and his first movie role was when he appeared as himself in 1977's 'Can Do It 'Till I Need Glasses'. In 1978, Williams was casted by writer/producer Garry Marshall as the alien Mork in a episode of the hit TV series 'Happy Days' after seeing him in NBC's short-run of 'The Richard Pyror Show'. This alien character Mork that he had improvised with much of his comedy antics such as dialogue or even physical slapstick which lead his Mork to be popular with the viewership. Robin would later play his character again on his new show of 'Mork & Mindy' and would run its airtime on the waves until 1982. That same period from 1978 to the 80s, Williams began doing his professional stand-up comedy and then had his three compilations of his comedic performances aired on the HBO cable network.