Robin Williams career in film industry
Robin Williams was a comedian and American actor born on 21 July 1951 and died at the age of 63. He is accredited with leading the San Francisco comedy renaissance in the 70s as a standup comedian at a time when San Fransisco was the center of drugs, hippies, the sexual revolution, and rock music. Williams went ahead and established a career in film and standup comedy because of his improvisation skills. Robin William starred in film comedies such a Popeye 1980, The Birdcage 1996, The World According to Garp 1982, and Night at the Museum 2006 among others. Robin won the following awards; six Golden Globe awards, two Primetime Emmy Awards, two Screen Actors Guild Awards and in 1998 he won the Academy Award for best-supporting actor.
Robin Williams in a TV interview on Inside the Actors Studio he credited her mother as the influence of his sense of humor. Robin said he tried to make her mother laugh to gain her attention. At deer path High schools and Gorton elementary school where he described himself as a shy student not until he later joined the drama department in high school that is when he overcame his shyness. Robin married three times to different women who he had with children.
The period leading to his death Robin had anxiety and Parkinson disease that he was never ready to share with the public. On 11 August 2014 after suffering Lewy body dementia and severe depression, Robin Williams committed suicide by hanging himself. He was cremated, and the ashes spread at the San Francisco Bay. Robin Williams got a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame where is recognized as a national treasure due to his outstanding abilities on stage and film. Williams had a special way to work his personal issues together with comedy. He was always open about his life and had an unusual freestyle form of comedy. Robin Williams’ film roles always influenced all people those in and out of the movie industry.