A one in a million actors for decades is Robin Williams and he had set an example for being an incredible artist to the emerging generations.
He made his debut in 1978 when he appeared with rainbow-striped suspenders to portray an alien Mork alongside Pam Dawber in television in the series “Mork and Mindy.”
With his performance, he captivated the hearts of fans within a short span. Some of his notable performances were witnessed in “Night at the Museum playing Teddy Roosevelt to the humorous character of Genie in Aladdin.”
In memory of the ace actor and comedian who passed away on August 11th, 2014, here are some of the top movies he had given.
Dead Poets Society
A blend of heart touch and inspiration is “Dead Poets Society” which brings all your emotions. He portrays as an English teacher at a top “boys boarding school” who is pursuing to light the minds of his students with late poets like Walt Whitman and so on.
Towards the end, it is seen that Williams is fired where his pupils join hands in support of their teacher with slogans “Oh captain, my captain.”
Fun-filled Movie Good Morning Vietnam
The movie talks about a true story where it depicts DJ Adrian Cronauer who worked with armed force Radio services and the incidents that happened during the Vietnam War. Robin has showcased his funny side with a smart mind.
Good Will Hunting
Post his nominations for academy awards for the other films he received it for this movie “Good Will Hunting” where starred alongside Ben Affleck and Matt Damon. Robin played a subtle role where he showed his dramatic side as well.