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Robin Williams, the street performer

Robin Williams' start as a street performer in San Francisco is an important part of his early career. In the mid-1970s, Williams moved to San Francisco and began performing on the city's streets and in local comedy clubs. He quickly gained a following for his unique style of improvisational comedy, which often involved impersonations and physical humor.

One of Williams' most famous street performances took place in San Francisco's Union Square, where he would often attract large crowds with his comedic antics. He would use props such as a hat, a cane, and a coat to transform himself into different characters and personas. Williams also became a regular performer at the city's Comedy Club and other local venues, where he honed his craft and developed his signature style.

It was during this time in San Francisco that Williams was discovered by television producer George Schlatter, who saw him perform at the Comedy Club and invited him to appear on "The Richard Pryor Show." This led to other television and film roles, and Williams' career took off from there.

Throughout his career, Williams remained connected to San Francisco and often returned to perform in the city where he got his start. He also remained an active supporter of local charities and causes, and was beloved by many in the San Francisco community.




  





















     
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