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Jamie Costa’s “Wow” Robin Williams Impersonation Makes Fans Hungry for Biography

File Photo: Actor Robin Williams will be on stage during MTV’s Total Request Live at MTV Times Square Studios on April 27, 2006 in New York City.
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(NEXSTAR) — Robin Williams’ “mysterious” impression puts people on the floor online.

“Oh my god! This gave me a goose bump!” One person posted on Twitter.. “There may have been tears.”

so 5 minute video Actor Jamie Costa, shared on YouTube on Monday, plays the role of the late Williams in a scene where she learns that her friend comedian John Belushi has died. The scene is performed on the set of “Mork & Mindy,” which starred Williams as an alien moke in 1982.

In a clip titled “ROBIN Test Footage Scene,” Pam Dawber, played by Sarah Murfrey, interrupts Williams while practicing his lines to announce Belushi’s death.

Belushi, the star of The Blues Brothers, died in 1982 at the age of 33 from an overdose of cocaine and heroin.

Comedian Scott Nevins Written on twitter Impersonation is “incredible”. He said Costa had previously been notorious for his “wow” Williams impression.

This clip prompted social media speculation about a previously unknown biography of Williams, who died at the age of 63, who apparently committed suicide in 2014.

PopCultureUncovered Tweets In the case of casting, Hollywood doesn’t have to look beyond Costa to play Williams, saying, “I would agree that the role belongs to him.”

Someone else Tweet: “This is absolutely breathtaking !!! I felt like I was looking at Robin. Jamie perfectly captured every aspect of him.”

And yet another commented on the video. “One thing that resembles a person is that he sounds like him and his manners and expressions are very impressive. I hope this movie is made. Still feels his loss. “



Jamie Costa’s “Wow” Robin Williams Impersonation Makes Fans Hungry for Biography

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