Robin Williams Uography + Photo

Robin McLaurin Williams (July 21, 1951 - August 11, 2014) was an American actor and comedian. He won the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor, the Golden Globe for Best Actor in a Musical or Comedy, the Saturn Award for Best Actor and a Grammy.

Original name: Robin McLaughlin Williams
Born: July 21, 1951 - Chicago, Illinois
Parents: Robert Fitzgerald Williams
Death: August 11, 2014 (age 63) - Tiboron, California
Location: Marine County, California
Nationality: United States of America
Profession: Actor
Years of activity: 1972-2014
Wife (s): Valerie Vallardi (1978-1988)
Marsha Grace Williams (1989-2008)
Susan Schneider (2011-2014)

Effects: Conan O'Brien, Frank Caliendo, Dot Fan, Jo Koy, Gabriel Iglesias, Alexei Sayle, Eddie Murphy

Affected (s): Peter Sellers, Richard Pryor, Jonathan Winters, George Carlin, Chuck Jones, Spike Milligan

Life
He was born in Chicago and raised in Michigan. His father, Robert Fitzgerald Williams, was of English, Welsh and Irish descent.
In October 1997, he was ranked 63rd on Empire Magazine's list of "Top 100 Stars in Cinema History." That same year, Entertainment Weekly named him "the funniest man alive in the world."

He, Robert De Niro and Francis Ford Coppola (a neighbor) own a Rubicon restaurant in San Francisco.

During the production of Schindler's List (1993), Steven Spielberg contacted him several times and put his voice on the speaker so that Williams could tell jokes to the actors and actors in his film and change their mood. Williams often uses his character in the cartoon Aladdin.

In March 2009, he successfully underwent open heart surgery and has since become a vegetarian.

In September 2006, he was discharged from the Alcoholism Rehabilitation Center in perfect health. He had already overcome his drug and alcohol addiction once in the 1980s.
James Lipton once asked him what he was asking God to do when he entered heaven, to which he replied, "A chair in the front row of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and Elvis Presley."
The comedic characters in his life were Jonathan Winters and Richard Pryor.

artistic life
Robin Williams worked mostly in film, television and theater. He rose to fame by starring in the television series The Stranger.

passed away
Williams' body was found at his home in Tiboron, California, around 11:55 a.m. on August 11, 2014, and his death was officially confirmed at 12:02 p.m. at the age of 63. California police have confirmed that Robin Williams died of suicide. Williams suffers from severe depression. He hanged himself in the villa where he lived with his wife. He has been suffering from depression for the past few years and has spoken openly about cocaine and alcohol, and has tried several times to quit drugs.

According to publisher Robin Williams, he suffered from depression before his death, although the publisher did not accept Williams' suicide reports. Forensic testing and toxicology testing are scheduled for August 12. One month ago, Williams reported himself to the Hazelden Addiction Treatment Center in Lindstrom, Minnesota, to continue his alcohol addiction. Robin Williams' wife, Susan Schneider, said she had Parkinson's at the time of her death. His wife Parkinson's disease was in its early stages, but she was not yet ready to publicly declare her illness.

Reactions to the death of this artist
In a Twitter message, US President Barack Obama lamented the death of Robin Williams: "He made us laugh. Made her cry. He was finally able to impress all the elements of the human soul.
Williams' wife, Susan Schneider, said: "I have lost my wife and my best friend, while the world has lost one of its most beloved and beautiful human beings. "I am completely heartbroken."

Celebrities paid tribute to Williams, including his comedian colleague Steve Martin, who wrote on Twitter: "I can not be more surprised that Robin Williams, the great talent, colleague and true spirit has been lost."

Golden Globe Awards
Winner of the Golden Globe Award for Best Actor in a Musical or Comedy

Honors
He has also won Oscars, Golden Globes and Grammys.

filmography

• Night at the Museum: The Battle of Smithsonian - (2009)
• Night at the Museum - (2006)
• RV - (2006)
• Robots - (2005)
• One Hour Photography - (2002)
• Insomnia - (2002)
Two Hundred-Year-Old Man - (1999)
• Patch Adams (1998)
• Good Will Hunting - (1997)
• Friends - (1997)
• Hamlet - (1996)
• Jumanji - (1995)
• Ms. Debtfire - (1993)
• Aladdin (Cartoon, Doubler) - (1992)
Death Again - (1991)
• Awakenings - (1990)
• Association of Dead Poets - (1989)
Garbage Sailor - (1980)
•             Trapping
• What dreams come true
• The King Fisherman
• The next president

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