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Robin Williams was indeed the man of the hour at the 2012 Comedy Central Comedy Awards in NYC as he received the Stand-Up Icon Award on Saturday night, while other great comedic works of the year such as Bridesmaids and Parks and Recreation got their time in the spotlight, as well!

OK! NEWS: STARS GET A LAUGH AT THE COMEDY AWARDS IN NYC

Ace Showbiz reports that the Mrs. Doubtfire actor accepted his award on stage in true comedic fashion calling himself, “one of the luckiest ******* in show business, with the possible exception of Ryan Seacrest.”

Funny woman Melissa McCarthy was awarded Performance by an Actress in Film for her laugh-out-loud work in Bridesmaids, which also won for Comedy Film, Comedy Screenplay and Comedy Director in Film for Paul Feig.

On the TV front, Parks and Recreation took home the honor for Comedy Series and Performance by an Actress in TV for star Amy Poehler, while Ty Burrell won Performance by an Actor in TV for Modern Family.

Check out a full list of winners from the chuckle-worthy show at the Hammerstein Ballroom, set to air May 6 on Comedy Central with appearances by Jon Stewart, Tina Fey, Kristen Wiig and more!

OK! NEWS: MODERN FAMILY WINS BIG AT 2011 EMMY AWARDS

Stand-Up Icon Award: Robin Williams

Johnny Carson Award: Don Rickles

Comedy Film: Bridesmaids

Animated Comedy Film: Rango

Performance by an Actor in Film: Jean Dujardin, The Artist

Performance by an Actress in Film: Melissa McCarthy, Bridesmaids

Comedy Director in Film: Paul Feig, Bridesmaids

Comedy Screenplay: Bridesmaids

Comedy Series: Parks and Recreation

Sketch/Alternative Comedy Series: Louie

Animated Comedy Series: Archer

Performance by an Actor in TV: Ty Burrell, Modern Family

Performance by an Actress in TV: Amy Poehler, Parks and Recreation

Late Night Comedy Series: The Daily Show With Jon Stewart

Comedy Writing in TV: 30 Rock

Comedy Directing in TV: Louie

Comedy Special of the Year: Louis C.K. Live at the Beacon Theater

Stand-Up Tour: Louis C.K.

Club Comic: Hannibal Buress

Breakout Performer of the Year: Donald Glover

Best Viral Original: Songify This-Winning-A Song by Charlie Sheen

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