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Robin Williams: The comic's TV legacy from 'Mork' to present day
Robin Williams: The comic's TV legacy from 'Mork' to present day

Robin Williams, who was found dead on Monday in a suspected suicide, was discovered by much of America on TV through his attention-grabbing guest appearances as the alien Mork on the hit sitcom "Happy Days." He returned to TV again for his last major role before his death on the CBS comedy "The Crazy Ones." During the years between, Williams continually returned to the small screen for guest spots, even as his big screen career took off. Williams' TV career began inauspiciously as a writer and performer on "The Richard Pryor Show," which lasted just four episodes on NBC in 1977. Look carefully in the background of this presidential press conference sketch...

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