Remembering ROBIN WILLIAMS 1951–2014

Robin McLaurin Williams 1951–2014

Hollywood and the rest of the world are in shock of the sudden loss of the accomplished actor and comedian Robin Williams. He and his skills will be greatly missed. Our hearts are with his Family and loved ones.

Robin Williams as Teddy Roosevelt in Night at the Museum

Robin Williams was undoubtebly know for his roles in many of our favorite films dating back to 1970’s.Some of his more popular films, Mrs.Doubtfire, Good Will Hunting, Good Morning Vietnam, Dead Poet’s Society, Hook, Birdcage, Jumanji, Patch Adams, Flubber, August Rush and Night of the Museum to name just a few. Robin was recently in the fall 2013 TV Series but has since been cancelled The Crazy Ones, which he co-starred with Sarah Michelle Gellar. My first introduction to Robin was in 1978 when he played Mork from Ork in the hit TV Show Mork & Mindy, which at the time was my favorite show.

Robin as Mork from Ork in the 1970’s TV Series Mork & Mindy

Robin was an Academy Award nominee who recieved the Best Supporting Actor Oscar for his performance in Good Will Hunting in 1997, but was nominated and won countless other awards. This year Williams had three films out or soon to be released, reprising his role as Teddy Roosevelt in Night an the Museum:Secret of the Tomb due in December, The Angriest Man in Brooklyn and Merry Friggin Christmas released this past spring. William’s was in talks to reprise his role in the sequel for the popular ’90s film Mrs. Doubtfire.

What is your FAVORITE Robin Williams film?

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