A trip to Robin's film journey?
Robin Williams, American actor and stand- up comedian breathed his last at his California residence at around 12.00 p.m. on Monday. The Oscar- winning actor died suddenly at age 63. As per the reports, Williams was alright on Sunday. The entire Hollywood family is shattered hearing this news.
William, who played many roles and carved a niche for himself returned to television in the show ‘The crazy ones’. He was recently seen in an entertainer ‘ Angriest Man in Brooklyn’ opposite Mila Kunis. His upcoming film ‘Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb’ is all set to hit the theatres in the month of December.
Let's click on the slide, go on a time travel to see some epic movies of this great actor.
Williams gave his magnetic voice to the Genie avatar which won the Academy award in the animation category. He bagged a special award at the Golden Globe award in 1993.
The movie was scripted on the basis of a Novel penned by, Isaac Asimov & Robert Silverberg. Williams starred as a Humanoid Robot starts to express human expressions.
The movie directed by Mike Nichols, Willaims starred as Armand Goldman, a gay cabaret owner. The movie went on to make $200 million worldwide.
Dead Poets Society
In this entertainer, Williams played an English teacher who encouraged his students to take up poetry as a subject and follow their hearts. He was nominated for an Academy Award for this role.
Williams starred in a serious role with actor Matt Damon and Ben Affleck in this much acclaimed movie. This was the first time Williams was noticed for playing an intense role with depth, breaking the cliché as a comic. He won the Academy Award for his outstanding role as Dr Sean Maguire in the movie.
Like Aladdin, Williams rendered his voice for the lead characters in this animated movie for Ramon & Lovelace. Happy Feet bagged an Academy award in the animation category.
Steven Spielberg's adventure film marked William as, Peter Pan and the movie earned five Oscar Nominations.
A psychological thriller directed by Christopher Nolan, and Williams played a crime novel writer, Walter Finch. Al Pacino & Hilary Swank also were a part of this Norwegian remake.
A comedy drama illustrated Willaims as a boy who ages four times as fast as normal as a result of a disease, Werner syndrome, a form of progeria.
A worldwide famous movie Robin Williams dons the character as Alan Parrish, a man trapped in Jumanji for twenty-six years.
Williams again bagged a prestigious Golden Globe Award for his amazing dual role in this movie. His character as an elderly housekeeper named Mrs. Doubtfire dressed in a prosthetic makeup was one of the hilarious roles played ever by an actor till date. Williams played both the housekeeper and a stranded husband with effortless ease.
Night at the Museum
Williams played as Teddy Roosevelt, who explains the unique nature of the museum in the late evenings and the comedy adventure went on to become a highly profitable venture all over the world. The third sequel of the film will be released by this December.
What Dreams may come true
A fantasy drama film in which Williams played the role of a physician and the movie was derived from a novel.
Robin Williams has almost covered all the genres and carried all the roles with ease. Many of his roles went to become an inspiration for people across the world. We might have missed few movies on this list, you're most welcome to point out the same and highlight his roles.