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Discussion in 'Films, TV, Music, Books, Etc.' started by GRColin, Aug 11, 2014.
I am truly sad to see him go I grew up on his movies will forever be one of my favorite actors
He was a comic icon and a great dramatic actor. He will be missed greatly.
I was dreading the thought that this day would come. I saw this on the news at the airport. It's been a rough day.
Oh no... oh no no no no! That can't be true! I'm really crying over here! He was one of my inspiration when i was growing up... still is even to this day!
And for me, this was his best performance of all.
He liked to play video games. He named his daughter after zelda, and I think he liked to smoke weed.
Very sad. RIP. Incredible talent.
Her twitter account this morning:
https://twitter.com/zeldawilliams/statu ... 40/photo/1
I follow her. She's pretty cool and actually responds to some of my tweets. I donated to her fundraising team few weeks ago, while her teammate was streaming. Even got myself a shoutout. Here's the link to anyone interested. http://fundraising.stjude.org/site/TR/P ... r_id=20860
I like St. Jude, because it shows comedians do love the children. This was founded by Danny Thomas and years later Robin Williams supported St. Jude.
Didn't know about naming his daughter Zelda. That's awesome.
I don't see how anyone could have NOT been fan. Obviously didn't know him personally, but by all accounts he was as amazing a person in real life as he seemed to be on the surface. Will surely be missed by millions.
The ultimate troll:
Doing it before it was cool
I think i'm still in shock, honestly. this is one death that I am having issues dealing with.
Rest in peace indeed, Mr. Williams.
This is probably the funniest and saddest thing I've read regarding Robin Williams. And it came from Norm MacDonald
http://uproxx.com/webculture/2014/08/no ... ones-loss/
Norm MacDonald is an incredibly funny dude, check out his Bob Saget roast, comedic brilliance