Robin Williams R.I.P

R.I.P – Keep the spirit of Robin alive “You’re only given a little spark of madness. You mustn’t lose it”

Born: 21st July 1952
Birthplace: Chicago
Died: 11th August 2014
Cause of death: Suicide

Robin Williams R.I.P

Robin Williams R.I.P – 21st July 1951 – 11th August 2014

Young Robin Williams was an impressive manic comic with a bizarre but hilarious way of putting things across.

He was a writer and performer for The Richard Pryor Show which was a sketch comedy show that lasted just four episodes back in 1977 before being pulled by NBC.

Then in 1978 Robin Williams made a guest appearance on Happy Days where he played the part of a space alien called Mork from Ork. This was the start of big things to come and soon he developed his own sitcom which was called Mork & Mindy.

Night at the Museum 3

One the last films Robin has worked on was the Night at the Museum 3 with Ben Stiller.

NIGHT AT THE MUSEUM 3 Trailer (Ben Stiller - Movie Trailer HD)

Robin Williams Television Apperarances:

  • The Crazy Ones Simon Roberts (2013-14)
  • Mork and Mindy Mork from Ork (1978-82)

Robin Williams as an Actor in 2014:

  • The Angriest Man in Brooklyn (23-May-2014)

Actor in 2013:

  • The Face of Love (12-Sep-2013)
  • Lee Daniels’ The Butler (5-Aug-2013)
  • The Big Wedding (26-Apr-2013)

Actor in 2011:

  • Happy Feet Two (17-Nov-2011) – The voice of Lovelace

Actor in 2010:

  • Who Is Harry Nilsson (And Why Is Everybody Talkin’ About Him?) (2010)

Actor in 2010:

  • Old Dogs (25-Nov-2009) – Dan
  • Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian (14-May-2009) – Teddy Roosevelt
  • World’s Greatest Dad (25-Apr-2009) – Lance
  • Shrink (5-Feb-2009)
  • Believe: The Eddie Izzard Story (2009)

Actor in 2008:

  • Harlan Ellison: Dreams with Sharp Teeth (May-2008)

Actor in 2007:

  • August Rush (20-Oct-2007)
  • Mr. Warmth: The Don Rickles Project (13-Oct-2007)
  • License to Wed (3-Jul-2007)
  • Certifiably Jonathan (1-Mar-2007)

Actor in 2006:

  • Night at the Museum (21-Dec-2006)
  • Happy Feet (16-Nov-2006) [VOICE]
  • Man of the Year (13-Oct-2006)
  • Everyone’s Hero (15-Sep-2006) [VOICE]
  • R. V. (28-Apr-2006)
  • The Night Listener (21-Jan-2006)

Actor in 2005:

  • The Big White (13-May-2005) – Paul
  • Robots (10-Mar-2005) [VOICE]
  • The Aristocrats (Jan-2005)

Actor in 2004:

  • House of D (7-May-2004) – Pappass
  • The Final Cut (11-Feb-2004) – Alan Hakman

Actor in 2002:

  • Robin Williams: Live on Broadway (14-Jul-2002)
  • Insomnia (3-May-2002) – Walter Finch
  • Death to Smoochy (28-Feb-2002)
  • One Hour Photo (13-Jan-2002) – Seymour Parrish

Actor in 2001:

  • America: A Tribute to Heroes (21-Sep-2001)
  • Artificial Intelligence: AI (26-Jun-2001) [VOICE]

Actor in Pre-1999:

  • Bicentennial Man (13-Dec-1999)
  • Jakob the Liar (24-Sep-1999)
  • Get Bruce (24-Jan-1999)
  • Patch Adams (21-Oct-1998)
  • What Dreams May Come (28-Sep-1998)
  • Good Will Hunting (5-Dec-1997)
  • Flubber (26-Nov-1997)
  • Deconstructing Harry (26-Aug-1997)
  • Father’s Day (9-May-1997)
  • Hamlet (25-Dec-1996)
  • Aladdin and the King of Thieves (13-Aug-1996) [VOICE]
  • Jack (9-Aug-1996)
  • The Birdcage (8-Mar-1996)
  • Jumanji (15-Dec-1995)
  • Nine Months (12-Jul-1995)
  • Being Human (6-May-1994)
  • Mrs. Doubtfire (24-Nov-1993)
  • It’s the Monty Python Story (1993)
  • A Spinal Tap Reunion: The 25th Anniversary London Sell-Out (31-Dec-1992)
  • Toys (18-Dec-1992)
  • Aladdin (11-Nov-1992) [VOICE]
  • FernGully: The Last Rainforest (10-Apr-1992)[VOICE]
  • Shakes the Clown (13-Mar-1992)
  • I’m From Hollywood (1992)
  • Hook (11-Dec-1991)
  • The Fisher King (13-Sep-1991)
  • Dead Again (23-Aug-1991)
  • A Wish for Wings That Work (1991) [VOICE]
  • Awakenings (20-Dec-1990)
  • Cadillac Man (18-May-1990)
  • Dead Poets Society (2-Jun-1989)
  • The Adventures of Baron Munchausen (8-Dec-1988)
  • Good Morning, Vietnam (23-Dec-1987)
  • Dear America: Letters Home from Vietnam (Oct-1987) [VOICE]
  • Seize the Day (9-Sep-1986)
  • Club Paradise (11-Jul-1986)
  • The Best of Times (31-Jan-1986)
  • Robin Williams: Live at the Met (1986)
  • Moscow on the Hudson (6-Apr-1984)
  • The Survivors (22-Jun-1983)
  • The World According to Garp (23-Jul-1982)
  • Popeye (12-Dec-1980)
  • Can I Do It ‘Till I Need Glasses? (Aug-1977)

Robin Williams Official Website

This truly amazing life came to an end August 11th 2014, Robin Williams was found unresponsive at his home in California. He was pronounced dead at the scene and current information provided by Marin County’s coroner’s office is that the probable cause of death was asphyxiation.

Other Inspiring quotes

“No matter what people tell you, words and ideas can change the world!” – Robin Williams
“You will have bad times, but they will always wake you up to the stuff you weren’t paying attention to” – Robin Williams