RIP Robin Williams

Robin Williams. He was one of the first actors whose names I learned when I was a kid, and one of my all-time favorite actors as well. Being born and growing up in the ’90s meant that movies like Mrs. Doubtfire, The Hook, Flubber, Jumanji, Alaadin were must-watches! Other works of his that I enjoyed were Jack, The Bicentennial Man, License to Wed, Night in the Museum, and recently, The Crazy Ones. Geller and Williams were brilliant together.

The one closest to my heart will always be Mrs. Doubtfire, probably ’cause that’s one of the first movies of his that I watched.

I have been wanting to watch for a long time Patch Adams, Dead Poets Society and Good Will Hunting but it wouldn’t happen. I hope to do it soon.

I still can’t believe Robin Williams is no more. And that the police are suspecting suicide, that’s an even big shocker. My humble words aren’t enough to pay tribute to a man of that stature. All i can say to conclude is that we’ve loved this man as an actor, a comedian, a star, a standup, and above all the genuine and  beautiful soul that he is; that be he’ll always be, ’cause the soul doesn’t die, right?

Finally, I want to share with you guys a list of 13 Must Watch Robin Williams Appearances.


Rest In Peace, Robin. I hope you’re happy wherever you are. We all do.

P.S. A couple of thoughts more.




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