Robin was born in Chicago to a former model and Ford Motors executive. After high school, he studied political science at Clermont College, but then enrolled at the famous Juilliard School of Drama.
In the 1970s, Robin began actively building an acting career - particularly on screen. Back then, he starred in comedy shows like Happy Days, The Hokies, and Mork and Mindy. In the latter, he got his first starring role. And for it, his first major award (we're talking about the 1979 Golden Globe).
"Mork and Mindy."
Well, in 1980, Robin got the lead role in Robert Altman's crazy movie "Popeye."
By the mid-1980s, Robin was already a star. He was constantly invited - he managed to play roles in the films "The World by Garp," "School for Survival," "Moscow on the Hudson" and many others. "Moscow...", the story of a Soviet musician's escape to the United States, proved particularly successful. For this film, Williams was again nominated for the Golden Globe.
1986 brought the actor a role in the film "The Best of Times," "Club Paradise" and "Seize the Day. Well, in 1988, Robin received his first Oscar nomination and another Golden Globe - for the painting "Good Morning, Vietnam.
"Good Morning, Vietnam."
In 1988, Williams played the Moon King in "The Adventures of Baron Munchausen," as well as one of the central roles in the famous film "Dead Poets Society." "Society..." earned Robin another Oscar, Golden Globe and BAFTA nomination each.
"The Adventures of Baron Munchausen."
"Dead Poets Society."
The 1990s began for Robin with the crime comedy "Cadillac Man" as well as the drama "Awakening." Then there was the "Oscar-winning" drama with elements of Terry Gilliam's comedy The Fisher King. For it, Williams again won a Golden Globe and was nominated for an Oscar.
Also in 1991, Williams starred in the dramatic thriller Dying Again. In addition, in the same year, he got the role of ... Peter Pan! We're talking about the movie "Captain Hook." And his Peter was very convincing.
In 1992, Robin could be seen in a small role in the comedy "Clown Shakes," as well as in Barry Levinson's fantasy film "Toys." He also managed to voice the cartoon "Aladdin."
In 1993, Williams again played a great comedy role, for which he was awarded a Golden Globe. "Mrs. Doubtfire" is the story of a middle-aged man who has had a lot of problems and solves them by dressing up as the old lady.
"Good Will Hunting."
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"Where do dreams go?"
"Jacob the Liar."
"The Bicentennial Man."
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"Photo in an Hour."
"The Final Cut."
"Secrets of the Past."
"The Night Listener."
"Man of the Year
"Night at the Museum."
"License to Marry."
"The Best Daddy Ever."
"So Much of a Vacation."