Robin Williams Height, Weight, Net Worth, Age, Birthday, Wikipedia, Who, Nationality, Biography

Robin McLaurin Williams, prominently known as Robin Williams was an amazing American entertainer and jokester. He is viewed as perhaps the best entertainer ever. He fired his vocation as a professional comic during the 1970s and rose to noticeable quality after he played the outsider Mork in the sitcom, Mork and Mindy from 1978 to 1982. He later proceeded to star in various movies, television series, and sitcoms, to be named perhaps the best jokester ever. For his commitments, he has gotten various distinctions and acknowledgments.

Unfortunately, Williams ended it all in August 2014. It was subsequently affirmed that Williams combat with Lewy body sickness. He died at 63 years old.

Celebrated Name Robin Williams
Age 70 Years
Nick Name Robin Williams
Birth Name Robin McLaurin Williams
Birth Date 1951-07-21
Gender Male
Profession Comedian
Place Of Birth Chicago, Illinois
Nationality American
Birth Nation United States
Famous For Considered one of the greatest comedians of all time
Father Robert Fitzgerald Williams
Mother Laurie McLaurin
Siblings 2
Brothers Robert and McLaurin (half-brothers)
Ethnicity White
Horoscope Cancer
School Elementary School, Deer Path High School
High School Detroit Country Day School, Redwood High School
College / University Claremont’s Men’s College, College of Marin, Juilliard School
Debut Television Show/Series Laugh-In (1997)
Debut Movie Can I Do It…’Til I Need Glasses? (1997)
Awards 1 Academy Award, 2 Primetime Emmy Awards, 5 Golden Globe Awards, 5 Grammys among others
Marital Status Married Until his death
Wife Valerie Velardi (1978-1988), Marsha Garces (1989-2010), Susan Schneider (2011-his death in 2014)
Cause Of Death Suicide
Death Date 2014-08-11
Height 1.7 m (5 ft 7 in)
Weight 170 lbs (77 kg)
Body Shape Average
Eye Color Blue
Hair Color Salt and Pepper
Shoe Size 10(US)
Sexual Orientation Straight
Net Worth $50 million

Robin Williams was born on 21 July 1951. His original name was Robin McLaurin Williams. His origin is Chicago, Illinois in the United States. He held an American ethnicity. He was born to a dad, Robert Fitzgerald Williams, and a mother, Laurie McLaurin. He had two senior stepbrothers: fatherly relative Robert and maternal relative, McLaurin. He had English, French, German, Scottish, Irish, and Welsh lineage. He had a place with white identity. His zodiac sign was Cancer. His mom was an expert of Christian Science, yet he was brought up in his dad’s Episcopal confidence.

With respect to instructive foundation, he went to Gorton Elementary School and Deer Path Junior High School. He conquered his bashfulness after he engaged with his secondary school show office. He went to the private Detroit Country Day School after his dad was moved to Detroit in 1963. He was class president there and was in the school’s wrestling crew. The family moved to Tiburon, California after his dad resigned. He was 16 years of age at that point. He went to Redwood High School and moved on from that point in 1969. He was casted a ballot “In all likelihood Not to Succeed” and “Most clever” by his schoolmates.

Following his secondary school graduation, he went to Claremont Men’s College, where he studied political theory. Notwithstanding, he exited school to seek after acting. He studied venue for a very long time at the College of Marin in Kentfield, California. He then, at that point got a full grant to the Juilliard school in 1973, where he studied until 1976. He was schoolmates with William Hurt and Mandy Patinkin and flat mates with Franklyn Seales. He was dear companions with Christopher Reeve until Reeve’s passing in 2004. Reeves paid a significant number of Reeve’s hospital expenses and gave monetary help to his family.

He filled in as a table attendant at The Trident in Sausalito, California during the summers of 1974, 1975, and 1976. He left Juilliard during his lesser year in 1976.

Beginning from 1976, Robin Williams started performing stand-up in the Francisco Bay Area.

He gave his first presentation at the Holy City Zoo in San Francisco, where he additionally functioned as a barkeep.

Williams moved to Los Angeles, where he kept performing stand-up at clubs.

He made his TV debut from network show, Laugh in 1977. Television maker George Schlatter saw him and offered to work.

He played out a show at the L.A. Comedy for Home Box Office in 1977.

He kept performing stand-up at parody clubs.

He handled a job in Happy Days spin-off, Mork and Mindy in 1978. It turned into his leap forward and showed up on the sitcom until its decision in 1982.

He featured in HBO parody specials, Off The Wall, An Evening with Robin Williams, and A Night at the Met during the 1980s.

He won a Grammy Award for Best Comedy Album for the recording of his 1979 live show, Reality…What a Concept.

He began utilizing medications and liquor because of the pressure of performing hold up.

He kept performing stand-ups until 2002.

He was casted a ballot thirteenth on Comedy Central’s rundown “100 Greatest Stand-ups of All Time”.

He required 6-year break from stand-up and returned in August 2008.

He declared a 26-city visit, Weapons of Self-Destruction. His visit began in September 2009 and finished in December 2009.

He showed up on syndicated programs, The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson and Late Night with David Letterman for more than 50 times.

He has visitor showed up on a few TV series and sitcoms.

He featured leading the pack job in the CBS series, The Crazy Ones of every 2013. The show was dropped after one season.

Robin Williams made his film debut in a minor job in the low-spending satire film, Can I Do It…’Til I Need Glasses? in 1977.

His first film ahead of the pack job is in Popeye in 1980.

He made his forward leap in films after he featured in the 1987 film, Good Morning, Vietnam. He was designated for the Academy Award for Best Actor for his job.

Robin Williams films during the 1980s: The World According to Garp, The Survivors, Moscow on the Hudson, The Best of Times, Club Paradise. Hold onto the Day, Good Morning, Vietnam, The Adventures of Baron Munchausen, Portrait of a White Marriage, and Dead Poets Society.

His motion pictures during the 1990s: Cadillac Man, Awakenings, Shakes the Clown, Dead Again, The Fisher King, Hook, Toys, Mrs. Doubtfire (Also maker), Being Human, Nine Months, To Wong Foo, Thanks for Everything! Julie Newmar (Uncredited Cameo), Jumanji, The Birdcage, Jack, The Secret Agent (uncredited), Hamlet, Father’s Day, Deconstructing Harry, Flubber, Good Will Hunting, What Dreams May Come, Patch Adams, Jakob the Liar (additionally a chief maker), Bicentennial Man.

His films during the 2000s: One Hour Photo, Death to Smoochy, Insomnia, The Rutles 2: Can’t Buy Me Lunch, The Final Cut, House of D, Noel (Uncredited), Robots, The Big White, The Night Listener, RV, Man of the Year, Night at the Museum, License to Wed, August Rush, World’s Greatest Dad, Shrink, Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian, and Old Dogs.

His films during the 2010s: The Big Wedding, The Butler, The Face of Love, Boulevard, and The Angriest Man in Brooklyn.

He had voice jobs in films, Happy Feet, Happy Feet Two, Everyone’s Hero, Robots, A.I. Man-made brainpower, Aladdin, Aladdin and the King of Thieves, and FernGully: The Last Rainforest.

He made his Broadway acting presentation in Rajiv Joseph’s Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo in 2011.

He had showed up in Off-Broadway, Waiting for Godot in 1988.

He facilitated a television show for Audible. It was debuted in April 2000.

His last TV work was The Crazy Ones, where he showed up in the job of Simon Roberts.

His films A Merry Friggin’ Christmas, Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb, and Absolutely Anything, were delivered post mortem.

Won Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor for Good Will Hunting in 1998.

He had procured 3 Academy Awards designations for Best Actor for Good Morning, Vietnam (1988), Dead Poets Society (1990), and The Fisher King (1992).

Won two Primetime Emmy Awards for Outstanding Individual Performance in a Variety or Music Program for Carol, Carl, Whoopi, and Robin (1987), ABC Presents A Royal Gala (1988).

Won Golden Globe Award for Best Actor in a Television Series – Musical or Comedy for Mork and Mindy in 1979.

Won Golden Globe Award for Best Actor in a Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy for Good Morning, Vietnam in 1988.

Won Golden Globe Award for Best Actor in a Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy for The Fisher King in 1992.

Respected with Special Golden Globe Award for Vocal Work in a Motion Picture for Aladdin in 1993.

Won Golden Globe Award for Best Actor in Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy for Mrs. Doubtfire in 1994.

Respected with Cecil B. DeMille Award in 2005.

Won Grammy Award for Best Comedy Album for Reality…What a Concept in 1980.

Won Grammy Award for Best Comedy Album for A Night at the Met in 1988.

Won Grammy Award for Best Comedy Album for Good Morning, Vietnam in 1989.

Won Grammy Award for Best Children’s Album for Pecos Bill in 1989.

Won Grammy Award for Best Spoken Word Comedy Album for Robin Williams Live – 2002 out of 2003.

Won Kids’ Choice Award for Favorite Movie Actor for Mrs. Doubtfire in 1994.

Won two MTV Awards for Best Comedic Performance in a Movie for Aladdin (1993) and Mrs. Doubtfire (1994).

Won Saturn Award for Best Film Supporting Actor for Aladdin in 1993.

Won Saturn Award for Best Film Lead Actor for One Hour Photo in 2003.

Won Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble Cast in a Motion Picture for The Birdcage in 1997.

Won Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Supporting Role in a Motion Picture for Good Will Hunting in 1998.

Won Jupiter Award for Best International Actor for Dead Poets Society in 1990.

Won National Board of Review Award for Best Actor (imparted to Robert De Niro) for Awakenings in 1991.

Won Awards Circuit Community Award for Best Supporting Actor for Good Will Hunting in 1998.

Robin Williams was hitched multiple times. He wedded his first spouse, Valerie Velardi in June 1978. They shared a child, Zachary Pym “Zak” Williams. The couple separated in 1988. He was already in a live-in relationship with entertainer Elayne Boosler, which fizzled.

He began dating Marsha Garces in 1986. They got hitched in April 1989. They shared two kids, Zelda Rae Williams, and Cody Alan Williams. The couple separated in 2010.

Williams then, at that point wedded his third spouse, Susan Schneider in October 2011. She is a visual originator. The two had been living in a Sea Cliff, San Francisco, California. They stayed together until his passing by ending it all in 2014.

Williams fell into medication and liquor enslavement during the last part of the 1970s and mid 1980s. He went to exercise and cycling to conquer his enslavement. He attributed cycling to save his life at that point. He began drinking again while chipping away at a film in Alaska in 2003. He registered himself with a restoration place in 2006. He neglected to keep up with temperance however never utilized medications (cocaine). He was hospitalized because of heart issues in 2009. He went through fruitful medical procedure to supplant his aortic valve, fix his mitral valve, and right his unpredictable heartbeat in March 2009. He conceded himself into the Hazelden Foundation Addiction Treatment Center in Minnesota to beat liquor abuse in 2014.

Williams ended it all by hanging at his home in Paradise Cay, California on 11 August 2014. An examination report uncovered that Williams had diffuse Lewy body dementia. He had been calm however was determined to have beginning phase Parkinson’s sickness. It added to his downturn and self destruction. The last examination report presumed that he “died of asphyxia because of hanging”. No liquor or medications were found in his body. His body was incinerated at Monte’s Chapel of the Hills in San Anselmo. His remains were dispersed over San Francisco Bay.

Robin Williams remained at a stature of 1.7 m for example 5 feet and 7 inches tall. He had a bodyweight of 170 lbs for example 77 kg. He had a normal body assemble. His eye tone was blue and his hair tone was salt and pepper. His shoe size was 10(US). His sexual direction was straight. He had a total assets of $50 million at the hour of his demise.