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Robin Williams, SuperStar –

Williams in INSOMNIA.

Robin's Photos * Williams' Posters


Robin Williams - High Energy
Super Star & Award Winner

An incredibly popular and likable star, Robin Williams has millions of fans around the world. Born in San Francisco, he first came to notice on TV's popular "Mork and Mindy" series in the 1970s. Williams' high energy, likable personality, and manic energy made him an audience favorite, sort of a thinking man's Jim Carrey.

Robin's defining role was as the title character in Mrs. Doubtfire. Notable films include: Dead Poets Society, JUMANJI, HOOK, THE BIRD CAGE, DECONSTRUCTING HARRY, INSOMNIA, DEATH TO SMOOCHY, and ONE-HOUR PHOTO. Robin Williams won a Best Supporting Oscar for his performance in GOOD WILL HUNTING.

Robin Williams was one of the few actors to appear in seven movies that made $100 million or more.

robin-williams Robin Williams, Best Supporting Actor 1997

Good Will Hunting Robin Williams won his Best Supporting Oscar playing a therapist, Sean Maguire, who helps the troubled janitor, Will Hunting turn his life around, allowing him to use his genius math abilities to improve his life.

About Robin Williams (1951 - 2014)

Robin Williams was born as Robin McLaurin Williams in Chicago. Tragically, he died on August 11, 2014 by his own hand, hanging himself in a closet in his home. He enrolled at Juilliard in New York to study theater under teacher John Houseman, who told Robin that he was wasting his talent at Juilliard, and should go out on the road as a stand-up comic.

In 1978, after a guest appearance on Happy Days, Robin Williams was offered the part of Mork, for a new series, Mork and Mindy, a role that brought him fame.

Many people know him as the Genie in the Disney classic, Aladdin, a hysterical part that added a lot of enjoyment to the feature cartoon.

Besides being incredibly gifted as a improvisational comic, Robin has proven to be a talented dramatic actor as well. Mrs. Doubtfire, Dead Poet Society, The World According to Garp, Patch Adams, Hook, and Jumanji offer the audience fine examples of his ability to make us laugh and care at the same time.

Robin Williams' film credits include:

Can I Do It... 'Til I Need Glasses?1977
The World According to Garp1982
The Survivors1983
Moscow on the Hudson1984
The Best of Times1986
Club Paradise1986
Seize the Day1986
Good Morning, Vietnam1987
The Adventures of Baron Munchausen1988
Portrait of a White Marriage1988
Dead Poets Society1989
Cadillac Man1990
Shakes the Clown1991
Dead Again1991
The Fisher King1991
FernGully: The Last Rainforest1992
The Timekeeper1992
Mrs. Doubtfire 1993
Being Human1994
In Search of Dr. Seuss1994
Nine Months1995
To Wong Foo, Thanks for Everything! Julie Newmar1995
The Birdcage1996
Aladdin and the King of Thieves1996
The Secret Agent1996
Fathers' Day1997
Deconstructing Harry1997
Good Will Hunting1997
What Dreams May Come1998
Patch Adams1998
Jakob the Liar1999
Bicentennial Man1999
Get Bruce1999
A.I. Artificial Intelligence2001
The Rutles 2: Can't Buy Me Lunch2002
One Hour Photo2002
Death to Smoochy2002
The Final Cut2004
House of D2004
The Big White2005
The Aristocrats2005
The Night Listener2006
Everyone's Hero2006
Man of the Year2006
Happy Feet2006
Night at the Museum2006
License to Wed2007
August Rush2007
World's Greatest Dad2009
Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian2009
Old Dogs2009
Happy Feet Two2011
The Big Wedding2013
The Butler2013
The Face of Love2013
The Angriest Man in Brooklyn2014
A Merry Friggin' Christmas2014
Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb2014
Absolutely Anything2015

Robin Williams' television credits include:

1977Sorority '62
1977The Richard Pryor Show
1977Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In
1977Eight Is Enough
1978America 2-Night
1978Happy Days
1978–82Mork & Mindy
1979Happy Days
1979Out of the Blue
1981–2010Saturday Night Live
1982E.T. and Friends: Magical Movie Visitors
1982Faerie Tale Theatre
1982SCTV Network
1982-83Mork & Mindy/Laverne & Shirley/Fonz Hour
1984Pryor's Place
1987Carol, Carl, Whoopi and Robin
1987Dear America: Letters Home from Vietnam
1990The Earth Day Special
1990–2012Sesame Street
1991Big Bird's Birthday Celebration
1991A Wish for Wings That Work
1992–94The Larry Sanders Show
1994Homicide: Life on the Street
1998One Saturday Morning
1999L.A. Doctors
2000Whose Line Is It Anyway?
2003Freedom: A History of Us
2003Life with Bonnie
2006Extreme Makeover: Home Edition
2006Mind of Mencia
2006Blue's Clues
2008Law & Order: Special Victims Unit
2009SpongeBob SquarePants
2013–14The Crazy Ones

The TV series Great Minds Think For Themselves and numerous Comic Relief shows. (1997)


Robin Williams in DEAD POETS SOCIETY (1987)