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To be fair to him, the premise was ridiculous.
In his prime (1960s-80s) Byner was a real live wire in his own right: mercurial, improvisational, mimic, jokester. Importantly though, always “in on the joke.” I think he would have nailed the role, filmed before a live audience, but it might have been “Byner, playing Mork.” Williams was a whole new alien species of funny, he *was* Mork
TIL that “Mork and Mindy” was a spin-off from “Happy days”
Wild. I just happened to see Byner on an old episode of The Carol Burnett Show last night and was wondering else he’d done since he was way before my time. I hadn’t looked him up so this was a great coincidence. Thank you, Lone Ranger(sband)!
Was Mork before or after the shark jump?
Do you mean Mork n Mindy?