Actor, Voice Actor, And Stand-Up Comedian.
Robin McLaurin Williams (July 21, 1951 – August 11, 2014) was an American actor and comedian. Starting as a stand-up comedian in San Francisco and Los Angeles in the mid-1970s, he is credited with leading San Francisco's comedy renaissance. After rising to fame as Mork in the...Wikipedia
Age: 63 (age at death)
Born: 21st July, 1951, Chicago, Illinois, United States
Died: 11th August, 2014, Paradise Cay, California, United States
Height: 5' 7" (170 cm)
Claim to Fame: Mork On Mork & Mindy (1978-1982) , Airman Second Class Adrian Cronauer In Good Morning, Vietnam (1987), John Keating In Dead Poets Society (1989).
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Freud: If it's not one thing, it's your mother.
Men wearing pants so tight that you can tell what religion they are.
A group of eccentric aliens confer a human being with the power to do absolutely anything, as an experiment.
He has expressed interest in getting Australian citizenship when he retires from an active movie schedule.
Though he is highly regarded for his ability to perform numerous different voices, he only has lent his voice to five animated features: FernGully: The Last Rainforest (1992), Aladdin (1992), Aladdin and the King of Thieves (1995) (V), Robots (2005), and Happy Feet (2006). However, he did have the occupation of doing voice-over work for a cartoon on Mrs. Doubtfire (1993), played a small role in the TV animated short A Wish for Wings That Work (1991) (TV), and has done narration for different rides and attractions at Disney World. He has also done the voice for the character "Dr. Know" in the movie Artificial Intelligence: AI (2001), which is in itself not a animated movie.
Almost six months after Robin Williams’ death, his widow Susan Schneider and his three kids, Zak, Zelda, and Cody Williams, are fighting over the late actor’s estate.
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According to TMZ, Schneider, whom Williams married in 2011, has filed court documents claiming items belonging to the late actor were stolen from their home days following his August 2014 death.
However, Zak, Williams’ 31-year-old son with his first wife Valerie Velardi, and Zelda, 25, and Cody, 23, Williams’ kids with ex-wife Marsha... Read More
Posted by Queenoftab 4 weeks ago
For Zak Williams, the grief is always there, but the memories come in waves – sometimes small, sometimes tidal.
It has been more than four months since his father, comedian Robin Williams, took his own life at age 63.
Since that awful day on Aug. 11, "I miss him all the time," Zak, 31, tells PEOPLE.
"Often I see something, or if I'm watching a film, I think, 'Oh, man, he would have appreciated this' or 'He would have gotten a laugh out of this.'
"There's not a day that goes by that we don't think about our... Read More
Posted by Queenoftab 2 months ago
The Marin County Sheriff's Office Coroner Division confirms to Us Weekly on Friday, Nov. 7, that Robin Williams' cause of death was asphyxia due to hanging. TMZ also reports that Williams was also suffering from anxiety and Parkinson's Disease in the days leading up to his suicide.
In documents obtained by the site, Williams, who took his own life on Aug. 11, had placed several watches in a sock and given them to an unnamed recipient because he was worried about their safe keeping. The Oscar winner's autopsy report also lists that he had four drugs... Read More
Posted by Queenoftab 3 months ago
Marian Seldes, Broadway’s Quiet Lioness, Is Dead At 86
by Jeremy Gerard
October 7, 2014 1:00pm
UPDATE, TUESDAY AFTERNOON: Broadway will dim the lights in memory of Marian Seldes on Wednesday October 8 at 7:45 p.m.
Five-time Tony nominee Marian Seldes began her Broadway career at age 17 in 1947, performing in John Gielgud’s staging of Medea with Dame Judith Anderson. She became an enduring stage legend through her performances in Equus and Deathtrap opposite such stars as Anthony Hopkins, Richard Burton and John Wood and enjoyed a resurgent career... Read More
Posted by eviltwins 4 months ago
Lurid coverage of suicides, police alerting media to a search of a celebrity's home – all this was supposed to be behind us
One morning last week, I woke to the solemn tones of the right-wing commentator Anne Atkins on Radio 4, offering her reflections on the suicide of the actor Robin Williams.
Atkins opened with an anecdote from 1806, describing how a man consulted a doctor in London and asked for help with depression. The doctor's advice was simple: go and see the great clown Grimaldi, who was appearing in pantomime in Covent Garden. According to Atkins,... Read More
Posted by Dianab 6 months ago