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Robin Williams leaves behind four upcoming films

Robin Williams died suddenly Monday, leaving behind a still-active film career. This holiday season, moviegoers will be able to see him reprise his …

The Many Faces of Robin Williams

From Mork to Patch Adams to Teddy Roosevelt, the actor was as versatile as they come.<p>Robin Williams, who died today at 63, worked as an entertainer for more than 40 years. A graduate of Juilliard, he was a master of dialects and voices: He could imitate, it seems, nearly anything and anyone. For …

8 Wonderful Robin Williams Movies That Defined Your Childhood

Williams seemed so often to play characters we all wished we had in our lives for real.<p><b>1. Jumanji</b><p>Only your favorite children's books come to life! Robin played Alan, the man trapped in the board game Jumanji for 26 years before being unleashed by a couple of kids who then have to <i>not</i> get killed by …

Robin Williams dies at 63 of apparent suicide

Robin Williams, a comic and sitcom star in the 1970s who became an Oscar-winning dramatic actor, died Monday at 63 in Marin County. The Marin County Sheriff's Office said he appears to have committed suicide.<p>The news of the beloved actor's death rocked the nation. Channels broke into their usual …

Robin Williams

Robin Williams remembered: 'A remarkable performer, a brutal shock'

Robin Williams was a superb, mercurial standup comic with a staggering talent for improv and verbal riffing, though his movie career finally evolved into an intriguing split – sugary sentimentality or an ambiguous, menacing darkness. Something similar happened with Steve Martin and Jerry Lewis. The …

Memories of Mork: Robin Williams, RIP

Robin Williams, of course, didn’t belong to me alone. At the peak of <i>Mork & Mindy</i>’s success — when he made the cover of TIME his first season — over …