Robin Williams - famous dyslexic

Robin Williams - famous dyslexic

Robin Williams: actor .
Born: July 21, 1952

Quick taking, wise cracking Robin Williams was once a shy little boy just trying to blend in at school. It was not until he joined his high school drama department that he found his inner funny man.

What’s right is what’s left if you do everything else wrong.

Today his name is a household word, synonymous with funny. Depending on one’s age, he might be Mork, Mrs. Doubtfire or the Dad. But not matter who he is, he is always funny.

You’re only given a little spark of madness. You mustn’t lose it.

When he does the stand up comedy that made him famous, he works without a script so as not to have to struggle with reading while on stage. He has done a number of comedy tours with the USO and sees laughter as a weapon.

Oh, big time. It’s a great defense, and an offense too. Usually the recipient isn’t too happy about it, but the people around are laughing.

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