As fans continued to mourn the loss of Robin Williams, new stories about the comedian continue to surface.
Who was Robin William's comedy hero? Head over to the New York Times to read Robin's own essay on his hero, Jonathan Winters.
“Extra” spoke with Sly Stallone on Thursday at an event to celebrate his DuJour magazine cover, where “The Expendables 3” star opened up about the death of Robin Williams.
“Mrs. Doubtfire” actresses Mara Wilson and Lisa Jakub posted poignant blog entries this week, remembering their co-star and champion, Robin Williams.wrote, "Everybody grieves in their own way. When I heard about Robin’s death, I was shocked, confused angry, regretful, and above all, sad. All I wanted was to talk to my family and friends and cry. While Robin and I had not talked in a few years, there is no question he had a great impact on my life. He was as warm and talented as everyone says, and a joy to be around. It’s as if my favorite teacher died."
Fans were stunned to learn that Robin Williams’ was in the early stages of Parkinson’s disease, and so was his friend, Michael J. Fox.
Comedian Robin Williams’ widow, Susan Schneider, released a statement to “Extra” on Thursday, revealing Robin was suffering from Parkinson’s disease when he committed suicide.
“Extra’s” Renee Bargh was with Pierce Brosnan at the L.A. premiere of his film “The November Man,” where the actor shared his fondest memory of working with longtime friend Robin Williams on “Mrs. Doubtfire.”
In one of the late Robin Williams’ last films, the dark indie comedy “The Angriest Man in Brooklyn,” the actor plays a curmudgeon who mistakenly finds out he has 90 minutes to live and tries to reconcile with his family and friends.