It’s official! “Mork & Mindy” co-stars Robin Williams and Pam Dawber will be reuniting on Williams’ CBS comedy “The Crazy Ones” this spring!
But what's truly crazy is that when we asked Williams about the possibility of a reunion on his new show at a press event earlier this month, the 62-year-old hadn't even thought about it!
“I haven't talk to her in a while and I think the last time I saw her was about 10 years ago,” the actor admitted. “She looked exactly the same. She's gorgeous. I'll call her and see."
Clearly Williams took our reunion idea to heart!
Dawber is set to play Lily, a love interest for Williams’ ad agency exec Simon in an upcoming episode of "The Crazy Ones." The two will meet at a book signing for Lily’s latest travel memoir, “Ninety Countries, 90 Dances!”
“She's just wonderful,” Williams gushed about his former on-screen girlfriend. “She made my life amazing."
And the Oscar winner admitted that the brunette beauty dealt with a lot of his craziness during shooting.
“On that show, she was my rock, she's the one that kept it together, crazy as I was, she grounded it and gave it such heart and love, she was just amazing. And I was on everything but skates at that time,” he shared.
Williams and Dawber co-starred in the late ‘70s, early ‘80s sitcom for four seasons, before the series was canceled in 1982.
After it ended, Williams went on to find success in film, earning an Oscar for his role in the 1997 drama “Good Will Hunting.” Dawber has not acted since 2000’s drama, “I’ll Remember April.”