Good Morning Vietnam is number one, followed by Mrs. Doubtfire, then the one where he play a poetry teacher, can't recall the name right now
That's it, thank you
As far as Comics turned Actors... he is no Steve Martin.
He is actually touring, playing music, (Bluegrass) ... he was on Letterman last week.
Williams was Julliard trained... comedy was just a by product of the coke
For the record, I've loved him since the very beginning with his standup routines.My fave movies: Mrs. Doubtfire, Goodmorning Vietnam, & Insomnia, . He's an awesome comedian & actor. I simply like him. He makes me laugh till it hurts!!
I liked him in Awakenings--but I like him in almost everything. But he annoys me on talk shows.
Too many to choose from, he's a proper actor, he's capable of doing anything. I've much respect for him.
"Awakenings" was awesome. And I have a secret love for "Hook" as well.
I TOO LIKE ALL OF HIS MOVIES, I USTO REALY ENJOY HIM IN MORK AND MINDY
The World According To Garp
He is pretty amazing, and mostly in his serious roles. My favourites are 'What Dreams May Come' and 'Dead Poets' Society'.
Awakenings. The interaction between Williams and DiNiro are awesome. Plus, the fact that it is ba<x>sed on a true story makes it even better. Yes, Williams is an amazing actor.<br />
I've never seen him in a decent movie......he was crap.
He was crap but whenever somebody dies we all have to pretend they were great for some reason
Night at the Museum (as Teddy Roosevelt)