So sad to hear about the death of Robin Williams at 63. I'm respecting the wishes of his wife and family: bypassing how he died to celebrate his life.
Aside from his great film work, I always thought he was at his funniest on talk shows. Here's two amazing appearances.
2009 with David Letterman
This was just last year with Craig Ferguson. Just a warning, this one's a bit naughtier as it's late late night.
And then there was this unforgettable appearance on "Inside The Actor's Studio" (if you can find the full video watch it if you can)
I've been in radio since 1981, starting on Cape Cod, and in Boston, Massachusetts where I grew up. (when The Sox and Patriots both broke everyone's hearts, and the Celtics ruled. Funny how things change.)
After 3 years in Las Vegas in the late 80's, early 90's I was looking for work and luckily found myself here in Cleveland in 1991, through some mutual radio friends. I got to play the hits as Jammin 92's Night guy until 1999.
After watching my former company screw up the "Jammin' Oldies" thing for a couple of years, I settled in at what would eventually become iheartmedia, and iHeartradio, playing people's classic favorites... the best decision I ever made!