More than a month after his passing, Robin Williams' death is still difficult for friend and fellow comedian Paul Rodriguez to talk about.
Having both done stand-up at LA's The Comedy Store, the 59-year-old remembers the Oscar winner as a "kind" and "thoughtful" man.
"The Robin I knew was a guy that needed an audience more than perhaps the audience needed him," Paul says in an exclusive clip from Mario Lopez One-on-One.
"He was doing big movies, but he’d still go to The Comedy Store at 2:00, 3:00 in the morning. He had to make somebody laugh…he was addicted to the laughter."
Getting choked up at the mention of the actor's suicide on Aug. 11, Paul admits, "It's the way he left that hurts."
Watch the rest of the emotional clip below and tune in tonight, Sept. 18, at 10 p.m. on NUVOtv to catch the rest of Paul's interview with Mario:
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