Robin WIlliams shares a laugh with actress Pam Dawber, his co-star on the old "Mork & Mindy" television sitcom, upon her arrival at New York's Waldorf-Astoria Hotel Thursday night, Feb. 23, 1995. Williams was the honoree at the American Museum of the Moving Image's annual gala.
86911 (BC-BPI-COPPOLA) & (BC-BPI-WILLIAMS) Robin Williams stars as Jack Powell, a 10-year-old kid with a big problem: he looks older than his age-way older, in Hollywood Pictures"'Jack." BPI DIGITAL PHOTO
497219 MRS. DOUBTFIRE: After his wife files for divorce, an out-of-work voiceover actor transforms himself into a 60-year old British nanny to spend time with his kids in an encore presentation of MRS. DOUBTFIRE Tuesday, May 6 (8:00-10:30 PM ET/PT) on "The FOX Tuesday Night Movie." (L to R, Sally Field, Robin Williams, Lisa Jakub, Matthew Lawrence and Mara Wilson). 1997 FOX BROADCASTING COMPANY
FILE--Robin Williams, left, and Matt Damon appear in a scene from the movie "Good Will Hunting." "Good Will Hunting" was nominated for Best Picture in the 70th Annual Academy Awards, announced Tuesday, Feb. 10, 1998 in Beverly Hills., Calif. Williams was nominated for best supporting actor and Damon was nominated for best actor.
"Good Will Hunting" co-stars Matt Damon, right, and Robin Williams arrive at the fourth annual Screen Actors Guild Awards held at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, Sunday, March 8, 1998. Williams went on to win Best Supporting Actor for his role in the film and Damon is nominated for Best Actor.
Robin Williams shows off his Oscar for Best Supporting Actor for "Good Will Hunting" at the 70th Academy Awards at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles Monday, March 23, 1998.
Comedian Robin Williams, left, hugs fellow comedian Billy Crystal during HBO's "Comic Relief 8" Sunday, June 14, 1998 in New York. Williams and Crystal co-hosted the comedy extravaganza with Whoopi Goldberg.
ABC2 (10/16/98) THE BIRDCAGE-- The comic brilliance of Robin Williams (right) combines with the gifts of Oscar-winning director Mike Nichols and talented Broadway star Nathan Lane (left), in a contemporary American version of the outrageous French comedy "La Cage aux Folles," in THE BIRDCAGE, from United Artists, airing THURSDAY, NOV. 12 (9-11 pm, ET) on the ABC Television Network. MORE PHOTOS ON 1998 NOVEMBER SWEEPS CD-ROM AND abcmedianet.com WEBSITE.
Actor Robin Williams looks toward photographers while dipping his hands in wet cement at the Mann's Chinese Theatre in the Hollywood area of Los Angeles Tuesday, Dec. 22, 1998. Williams wears a red nose which he wore in his new movie "Patch Adams."
1299301 (BC-BPI-COLUMBUS) Director Chris Columbus turned Robin Williams into a woman, with great success, in "Mrs. Doubtfire." Now Columbus ups the ante with "Bicentennial Man," in which Williams is transformed into a robot who wants to experience life as human. The film, which spans 200 years, is the most ambitious, technically demanding project Columbus and Williams have ever been a part of. But, the director says, it all comes down to good old-fashioned story telling. CAPTION: With the help of Little Miss (HALLIE KATE EISENBERG, right) Andrew Martin (ROBIN WILLIAMS, left) discovers what it truly meand to be a human being, in Touchstone Pictures /Columbia Pictures comedy, BICENTENNIAL MAN. The film is distributed by Buena Vista Pictures Distribution. BPI DIGITAL PHOTO TOUCHSTONE PICTURES and COLUMBIA PICTURES CR: PHIL BRAY
0802304 (BC-BPI-ROBINWILLIAMS) ROBIN WILLIAMS in "ONE HOUR PHOTO." BPI DIGITAL PHOTO. FOX SEARCHLIGHT PICTURES. CR: FRANCOIS DUHAMEL.
Comedian Robin Williams holds the Grammy for Best Spoken Comedy Album "Robin Williams - Live 2002" at the 45th Annual Grammy Awards, Sunday, Feb. 23, 2003, in New York.
Robin Williams, left, rides bikes with talk show host Ellen DeGeneres, right, during a taping of "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" at NBC Studios in Burbank, Calif. on Wednesday Oct. 13, 2004. This episode airs on Friday, Oct. 15, 2004.
Robin Williams accepts the Cecil B. DeMille Award for outstanding contributions to the world of entertainment during the 62nd Annual Golden Globe Awards on Sunday, Jan. 16, 2005, in Beverly Hills, Calif.
Actor Robin Williams performs during the Andre Agassi Charitable Foundation's 10th Grand Slam for Children at MGM Grand in Las Vegas, Saturday, Oct. 1, 2005, to benefit underprivileged children. The foundation has raised nearly $50 million since the first Grand Slam event.
Comedian and actor Robin Williams appears on MTV's Total Request Live, Thursday, April 27, 2006 at MTV studios in New York City. Williams stars in Columbia Picture's new movie "R.V." with JoJo, Jeff Daniels and Kristin Chenoweth.
Kids' Choice Awards host Jack Black, left, slimes actor Robin Williams at the Kids' Choice Awards, Saturday, April 1, 2006, in Los Angeles.
This undated studio photo provided by HBO shows comedians, from left, Robin Williams, Whoopi Goldberg and Billy Crystal, hosts of the cable network's "Comic Relief 2006," an all-star TV benefit to raise funds for Hurricane Katrina-related charities. It will air Saturday from 9 p.m. to midnight (live EST, tape-delayed PT), being simulcast on TBS as well as on HBO.
Actor and comedian Robin Williams poses during a press tour promoting his new movie "License To Wed" in Santa Monica, Calif., Friday, June 15, 2007.
In this film publicity image released by Twentieth Century Fox, Teddy Roosevelt, portrayed by Robin Williams, right, and Larry Daley, portrayed by Ben Stiller are shown in a scene from, "Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian."
** COMMERCIAL PHOTO ** In this photo taken by AP Images for State Farm, Army veteran Chad Jukes, right, from Utah is joined by actor Robin Williams, left, along with group of injured veterans during the inaugural State Farm "Sea to Shining Sea" 4,000 mile, 63 day bicycle ride across the United States on Saturday, May 22, 2010, in San Francisco. The ride will honor the courage of service men and women and challenge perceptions of how we view athletes. Follow the riders at www. s2ssbikeride.org. (Tony Avelar/AP Images for State Farm)
This film image released by The Weinstein Company shows Robin Williams as Dwight Eisenhower, left, and Forest Whitaker as Cecil Gaines in a scene from "Lee Daniels' The Butler." From "12 Years a Slave" to "The Butler" to "Fruitvale Station," 2013 has been a banner year for movies directed by black filmmakers.
Sarah Michelle Gellar and Robin Williams arrive at the CBS, CW and Showtime TCA party at The Beverly Hilton on Monday, July 29, 2013 in Beverly Hills, Calif. (Photo by Jordan Strauss/Invision/AP) ORG XMIT: CAJS121
In this July 29, 2013 photo, actor Robin Williams participates in the "The Crazy Ones" panel at the 2013 CBS Summer TCA Press Tour at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, Calif.