Remembering Robin Williams On-Screen


With the sudden passing of Robin Williams at 63-years-old on Monday, we're taking a look at some of the most memorable roles the late actor played in his over three decade long career.

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Robin got his start in Hollywood on the small screen with Happy Days and Mork& Mindy. His film debut was in 1980's Popeye, where he sang and danced playing the spinach eating sailor. 

He went on to star in dozens of classics including Good Morning Vietnam, Dead Poets Society, Hook and even was the man behind the voice of the Genie in Disney's Aladdin. Many will remember Robin from 1993's comedy, Mrs. Doubtfire, where the actor dressed as a woman and played a nanny.

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Robin's roles were so dramatically different throughout his acting career, winning an Academy Award for his role in Good Will Hunting in 1998.

Check out this video to see some of our favorite lines from the actor's films.

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