The sudden death of renowned director Mike Nichols is being felt immensely in Hollywood. Nichols — whose many accolades include The Graduate, Working Girl, Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, Closer, Charlie Wilson’s War, Annie, Spamalot and The Birdcage — passed away at age 83 on Wednesday. The award-winning director/producer is credited with launching Whoopi Goldberg’s career when he brought her one-woman show to Broadway. On Thursday’s The View, Goldberg broke down in sobs as she attempted to pay tribute to Nichols. Unable to speak, her co-host Nicolle Wallace chimed in, “This man meant the world to her.”
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