Robin Williams Tribute Page


Robin Williams was one of the last comedians who was funny. Actually, he was more than funny. He was hilarious. He was one of my favorite actors. He never seemed to fade away like many other actors have. He was so talented. I think he had so much more to offer us still. Unlike so many so called fans, I’m not going to judge Robin for what he did. He had depression for decades. I think we’re lucky we had him around as long as we did. Too make matter worse, his TV show The Crazy One’s was canceled in May 2014 after only one season, his last couple of movies he did The Angriest Man in Brooklyn and The Face of Love were only released in limit cities and apparently got horrible reviews and he was recently diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease. All Robin wanted to do was perform and the Parkinson’s diagnoses probably meant his career was over or at least limited. I wish he had been able to deal with the Parkinson’s on top of his depression but unfortunately, he couldn’t.

Robin Williams July 21, 1951 to August 11, 2014

We love you and we miss you. Rest In Peace.


One response

  1. I was watching Bicentennial Man and realized how much loved Robin William’s work. It brought me to tears to think that he will no longer be gifting us with his great talent.
    Leon a life long fan,

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