We’re super sad that the much-loved actor and comedian Robin Williams passed away on yesterday afternoon. Best known for his uncanny impressions and quick humour, Williams was born in Chicago on the 21st
William’s success continued throughout the 90’s, where he obtained some his best-loved roles and bemused many of our childhoods with Jumanji, Hook, Aladdin and of course, Mrs Doubtfire. His line of triumphs continued before he finally acquired his first Oscar in 1998 for Good Will Hunting, where he took on more serious roles but also continued to work on family favourites such as Night at the Museum and Happy Feet.
A sequel to Mrs Doubtfire had been rumoured to start taking place, however we will still have the chance to see William’s extraordinary talent in the third Night at the Museum later this year, as well as Christmas film Merry Friggin’ Christmas.
Here’s our favourite clips from Robin Williams:
Good Morning Vietnam
Good Will Hunting
Dead Poets Society
Words: Kayla Joleen