As we mourn the death of Hollywood legend Robin Williams, we are looking back at our very first sit-down interview with beloved comic after performing at 'Catch a Rising Star Comedy Club' in 1982.
"It's like a combination comedy club and sauna tonight, but it's nice to lose weight and perform at the same time," Robin joked after his performance at the famed New York venue.
In 1982, Williams had just made his dramatic debut in the movie The World According to Garp and gained some insight on the experience telling us, "I learned that I want to have a family of my own. It's something I really strongly desire."
His popular sitcom Mork and Mindy had recently come to an end, but instead of looking back, Robin looked up telling us, "I feel wonderful, and I feel real happy with my life and the people I'm surrounded with and brother [Christopher] Reeves and friends."
Robin Williams will always be remembered for his candid personality and ability to make everyone laugh. Check out the video to see ET's very first sit-down interview with the comedy legend in 1982.