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Here's Who Inherited Robin Williams' Estate After He Died

The world lost one of its great talents when actor and comedian Robin Williams took his own life in 2014. In the wake of this tragic loss, his family found itself at odds over who would inherit what. According to The New York Times, the comedian's estate was worth about $100 million at the time of his death. The document clearly stated that his three children — son Zak from his first marriage to Valerie Velardi and daughter Zelda and son Cody from his second marriage to...

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    Here's Who Inherited Robin Williams' Estate After He Died

    Here's Who Inherited Robin Williams' Estate After He Died

    The world lost one of its great talents when actor and comedian Robin Williams took his own life in 2014. In the wake of this tragic loss, his family found itself at odds over who would inherit what. According to The New York Times, the comedian's estate was worth about $100 million at the time of his death. The document clearly stated that his three children — son Zak from his first marriage to Valerie Velardi and daughter Zelda and son Cody from his second marriage to Marsha Garces Williams — would inherit the estate through a trust (via Rolling Stone). Williams also included instructions for provisions to be made for his third wife, Susan Schneider Williams, and her two children.

    Disturbing Details Discovered In Robin Williams' Autopsy Report

    Disturbing Details Discovered In Robin Williams' Autopsy Report

    Robin Williams was one of the most beloved comedians of all time. He entertained generations of audiences on stage and in the movies through a body of award-winning work that spanned more than four decades, and his big personality was dwarfed only by the size of his generous heart. So it was as shocking as it was heartbreaking when Williams was found dead by suicide on August 11, 2014, in his home in Tiburon, California. He was battling Parkinson's disease when he died, but his autopsy showed that's not all.

    The Truth About Robin Williams And Pam Dawber's Relationship

    The Truth About Robin Williams And Pam Dawber's Relationship

    Robin Williams and Pam Dawber became good friends while they worked together on the set of the TV show "Mork and Mindy," a "Happy Days" spin-off that ran from 1978 to 1982, according to IMDb. Williams played a character named Mork from Ork, a space alien who had landed on Earth to observe and report back to Ork about human society. He ends up meeting Dawber's character, Mindy. She takes him in and lets him live in her attic. Comedy ensues.

    The Untold Truth Of Robin Williams

    The Untold Truth Of Robin Williams

    You'd be hard-pressed to find any celebrity more beloved than Robin Williams, the guy who could switch from irreverent radio DJ to cross-dressing single dad to ancient genie in the blink of an eye. No matter what role he played, Williams was always genuine, always heartfelt, and always memorable. When he died, the entire world mourned the loss, with The Verge reporting that a tunnel in San Francisco was renamed in his honor, and then-U.S. President Barack Obama commenting that Williams was "one of a kind," according to the Huffington Post. However, despite being one of the most prominent public figures of the 20th century, Williams was a man of many hidden layers, who possessed strong beliefs and an immense passion for his chosen art form.

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