Robin Williams

Robin Williams

Portrait Robin Williams, Archiv KinoTVActor - USA
Born July 21, 1952 in Chicago, Illinois, USA
Died August 11, 2014 in Tiburon, California, USA

Mini-Biography:
Robin Williams was born under the given name Robin McLaurin Williams on July 21, 1952 in Chicago, Illinois, USA. He was an American Actor, known for Club Paradise (1986), Dead Poets Society (1989), The World according to Garp (1982), Robin Williams's first movie on record is from 1980. Robin Williams died on August 11, 2014 in Tiburon, California, USA. His last motion picture on file dates from 2009.

FilmographyFilmography [Auszug]
2009: Old Dogs (Cast: Dan), Directed by Walt Becker, with , Kelly Preston,
2007: August Rush (Cast: Maxwell 'Wizard' Wallace), Directed by Kirsten Sheridan, with , Keri Russell,
2006: Night at the Museum (Cast: Teddy Roosevelt), Directed by Shawn Levy, with Dick Van Dyke, Mickey Rooney,
2006: The Night Listener (Cast: Gabriel Noone), Directed by Patrick Stettner, with Toni Collette, Joe Morton,
2005: The Big White (Cast: Paul Barnell), Directed by Mark Mylod, with Holly Hunter, Giovanni Ribisi,
2002: Insomnia (Cast: Walter Finch), Directed by Christopher Nolan, with Paul Dooley, Larry Holden,
2002: One Hour Photo (Cast), Directed by Mark Romanek, with Erin Daniels, Clark Gregg,
2002: Death to Smoochy (Cast: Rainbow Randolph), Directed by Danny DeVito, with Edward Norton, Catherine Keener,
2000: Bicentennial Man (Cast), Directed by Chris Columbus, with Embeth Davidtz, Sam Neill,
1998: Patch Adams (Cast: Hunter Patch Adams), Directed by Tom Shadyac, with Irma P. Hall, Philip Seymour Hoffman,
1997: Jakob the Liar (Cast), Directed by Peter Kassovitz, with Scott Wilson, Bob Balaban, Zoltán Barabás,
1997: Good Will Hunting (Cast: Sean Maguire), Directed by Gus van Sant, with Matt Damon, Ben Affleck,
1997: Father's Day (Cast: Dale Putley), Directed by Ivan Reitman, with Bruce Greenwood, Charlie Hofheimer,
1996: Jack (Cast: Jack Powell), Directed by Francis Ford Coppola, with Fran Drescher, Brian Kerwin,
1996: Birdcage (Cast), Directed by Mike Nichols, with Christine Baranski, Calista Flockhart,
1995: Nine Months (Cast), Directed by Chris Columbus, with Mia Cottet, Joan Cusack,
1995: Jumanji (Cast), Directed by Joe Johnston, with Laura Bundy, Patricia Clarkson,
1994: Being Human (Cast: Hector), Directed by Bill Forsyth, with Iain Andrew, Lorraine Bracco,
1993: Mrs. Doubtfire (Cast: Daniel / Mrs. Doubtfire), Directed by Chris Columbus, with Sally Field, Harvey Fierstein, Polly Hollyday,
1992: Toys (Cast: Leslie Zevo), Directed by Barry Levinson, with , Joan Cusack, Michael Gambon,
1991: Hook (Cast: Peter Banning / Peter Pan), Directed by Steven Spielberg, with Phil Collins, David Crosby,
1991: Dead again (Cast: Dr.Cozy Carlisle), Directed by Kenneth Branagh, with Christine Ebersole, Andy Garcia,
1990: Awakenings (Cast), Directed by Penny Marshall, with Alice Drummond, John Heard,
1990: Cadillac Man (Cast: Joey), Directed by Roger Donaldson, with Zack Norman, Pamela Reed,
1990: The fisher king (Cast), Directed by Terry Gilliam, with Michael Jeter, Amanda Plummer,
1989: Dead Poets Society (Cast: John Keating), Directed by Peter Weir, with Gale Hansen, Ethan Hawke,
1988: The adventures of Baron Munchhausen (Les aventures du baron de Münchhausen) (Cast: König vom Mond), Directed by Terry Gilliam, with Winston Dennis, Eric Idle,
1987: Good Morning, Vietnam (Cast: Adrian Cronauer), Directed by Barry Levinson, with , Bruno Kirby, Cu Ba Nguyen,
1986: Club Paradise (Cast), Directed by Harold Ramis, with Joanna Cassidy, Jimmy Cliff,
1986: The best of times (Cast: Jack Dundee), Directed by Roger Spottiswoode, with Carl Ballantine, Kirk Cameron,
1986: Seize the Day (Cast: Tommy Wilhelm), with Joseph Wiseman, Katherine Borowitz, William Duell,
1983: Moscow on the Hudson (Cast: Vladimir Ivanoff), Directed by Paul Mazursky, with Elya Baskin, Cleavant Derricks,
1983: The Survivors (Cast: Donald Quinelle), Directed by Michael Ritchie, with Marian Hailey, Walter Matthau,
1982: The World according to Garp (Cast: Garp), Directed by George Roy Hill, with Glenn Close, Mary Beth Hurt,
1980: Popeye (Cast: Popeye), Directed by Robert Altman, with Paul Dooley, Shelley Duvall,

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