Room for Improvement: Robin Williams’ Legacy

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (WIAT) — Many continue to mourn the loss of Robin Williams, the iconic comedian who was found dead on Monday. The 63-year-old took his own life after years of battling depression. His loss has caused a big impact for many who have grown up watching his films and specials.

On Tuesday, members of the Birmingham improv comedy troupe Ugly Baby, Mike Cunliffe, Arik Sokol, and Chris Davis, stopped by the Room for Improvement to discuss the life, career, and lasting legacy of Robin Williams. While the actor’s final moments very tragic, the three guys can’t help but smile when they think of all the joy Williams has given to people over the years. So join Ugly Baby, Josh Zavadil, and Sebastian Posey in this look back at Robin Williams’ body of work.

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