NOLA.com/Times-Picayune movie critic and Hollywood South reporter Mike Scott joined 99.5 WRNO Tuesday morning to talk about the death of Robin Williams.
Scott told Gerry V, "He was a true original. He was one of a kind. There was nobody quite like him before him and nobody really like him now."
In talking about some of Williams' most notable roles in "Aladdin" and "Good Morning Vietnam", Scott said what made both remarkable was Williams' ability to ad-lib.
"He brought that motormouth, manic energy that really set him apart from everybody else and that quick wit to those roles...A lot of that wasn't scripted at all, that was just him being Robin Williams."
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