Today (August 11) marks 5 years for the reason that dying of Robin Williams, who died by suicide at his residence in Paradise Cay, California. His dying left a mark the world over and folks grew to become extra open to discussing their psychological well being.
Williams was born in Chicago, Illinois on July 21, 1951. He rose to fame with by way of his stand-up comedy and talent for improvisation, showcased in movies comparable to Popeye, Hook, Aladdin and Mrs. Doubtfire.
However, he additionally had a severe aspect, which bolstered his appearing credibility. He starred because the antagonist in Insomnia, enjoying a suspected assassin, and as a person obsessive about a household in One Hour Photo. He additionally took on roles comparable to a dad who misplaced his son to suicide within the World’s Greatest Dad and a married man coming to phrases together with his sexuality in Boulevard.
Towards the tip of his life, Williams was recognized with Parkinson’s Disease and his post-mortem revealed that he suffered from Lewy Body Dementia. His spouse, Susan Schneider, attributed his dying by suicide to his analysis.
To mark August 11 as an unofficial Robin Williams Remembrance Day, Newsweek has pulled collectively the place you may watch a few of Williams’ finest performances on Netflix, Amazon Prime and Hulu, in addition to on dwell TV.
August 10, 2019
August 11, 2019
Unfortunately, Aladdin (1992) shouldn’t be out there to stream or lease on these platforms. You can rent it for $3.99 or buy it on iTunes for $19.99.