From the wackiness of Mork, through Popeye and a Russian defective in Moscow on the Hudson, King of the moon and a grown Peter Pan. An English teacher in Dead Poets.. to “English teacher” and Radio DJ in Good morning Vietnam, an insane genie and a kid lost in a board game. An absent-minded professor to a goodhearted psychiatrist, an emotional android to Teddy Rosevelt just to name a few, Williams’ career has brought us laughter upon laughter and heartfelt performances that’s shaken us through our very core. An actor. A comedian. An entertainer like no other, Robin Williams was without a doubt one of a kind. He was the kind of celebrity you felt you knew, even though you didn’t, and I would lie if I say I didn’t shed a few tears when I heard of his passing. I grew up watching his antics on screen and on stage, and I have learned a lot from his words during my years. He was a friend and a parent, and no matter a good or bad mood, emotional struggle and everything in between, I could always turn to him to make me feel good again. People say that he was a great comedian, I say he was a great entertainer. Just as he brought us laughter, his stints in drama was just as strong at heart. But in addition to being a fantastic actor and comedian, he was just an amazing person outside the entertainment business, being involved with charity work at organizations as the Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation and the St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital among others. In short, he was a magnificent man and he will not easily be forgotten! I am not writing this about his loss, I’m writing this about his memory.”Number one!” I bow down to you, Robin Williams, in reverence of what you accomplished. Through your legacy you shall forever be remembered as one of the Great Ones!