I always saw RW as Mork from "Mork and Mindy". But later in life I did come to regard him as a "great" actor. Now some would say that putting "great" on him as a comedian is worthy, and putting "great" on him as an actor is a stretch. But the already mentioned films, GMV, Mrs. Doubtfire, and such showed off his humerous side, he was also great in movies where he never cracked a joke. One role I really loved him in was August Rush as "Wizard". He really did channel a half crazed musician in search of "something". I always saw that role as someone a little like myself (aside from the mania), talented but not gifted when it comes to music. The other kids Wizard had in his stable were all talented, but Wizard himself seemed to lack the gift that the others had naturally. He was really about the only piece of that movie that I really liked. And the other role I would throw out there. RW starred in an episode called "Authority" on Law and Order Special Victims Unit. He played an audio engineer who had a chilling side to his psyche. I never once in watching that episode see him as Mork from Ork. RW did indeed have quite the range as an actor and probably deserves more respect in that aspect of his career.