One of the greatest comedians and actors ever. You will be missed, R.I.P.
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This is truly sad for me. Williams seemed to be one of those people you either loved or hated, but I never understood why people hated him. First thing I saw him in was "Good Morning Vietnam," and I loved him in it. I haven't seen his more dramatic roles (outside of Dead Poets' Society), but I do love everything I've seen him in. I even loved him (and the entire ensemble cast) of "The Big Wedding," which a lot of my other friends really disliked, as it was a largely formulaic comedy. I laughed constantly throughout it, and Williams' priest character was a big reason for it. In "The Butler", I thought he played Ike very well. And I loved his one-season sitcom "The Crazy Ones." I didn't like the name of the show, but I loved everything else about the show. It was great. I loved his spastic humor, and sympathized with the sadder, darker sides of his characters that he portrayed. I will indeed miss his wit and genius.