Fans of Robin Williams can celebrate his comedic talents in the coming months, thanks to several unreleased films. Here is what Williams had in the works:
Not long before his death, Robin Williams spent time in a Minnesota rehab facility to keep his sobriety in check.
“Extra’s” Renee Bargh was with the stars of “Expendables 3” Monday night at the L.A. premiere, where they expressed their thoughts on the death of Robin Williams.
UPDATE: A family friend told GossipCop.com that reports Williams was struggling with finances were “inaccurate” and “not fair.”
As fallout from Robin Williams’ suicide continues, new reports say the comic actor was facing some serious financial issues at the time of his death.told RadarOnline.com, “All he could talk about were serious money troubles. There were clearly other issues going on and Robin sounded distant during the telephone conversation. Robin was known for being so generous to his friends and family during the height of his success, and would help anyone out that needed it.”
A few years back, “Inside the Actors Studio” host James Lipton asked guest Robin Williams what he hoped God would say when he arrived at the pearly gates.Williams had the students giggling with his answer.
UPDATE: Law enforcement confirmed at a press conference that Williams hung himself with a belt, adding that he also cut his wrists. A pocket knife was found nearby. The investigation is ongoing and toxicology results are expected in two to six weeks.
New details have surfaced about Robin Williams’ apparent suicide on Monday.asphyxia listed as the suspected cause of death.
“Extra” remembers the incredible career of Robin Williams, who was found dead in his Marin County home on Monday at age 63.
“Mork and Mindy” (1978 to 1982)
Robin starred in the hit “Happy Days” spinoff as Mork, an alien who arrives to Earth in an egg-shaped spacecraft on a mission to observe human behavior. He quickly befriends a young woman named Mindy, who allows him to move into her attic. Mork’s alien antics made for plenty of laughs.