|TV and Movie Trivia Tribute
|Born:||21 July 1951||Chicago, Illinois, USA|
|Known As:||Sean Maguire||"Good Will Hunting" (1997)|
|Trivia:||Moved to San Francisco when he was 16.|
|Has three children: Zachary, Zelda and Cody.|
|He was in Bobby McFerrin's "Don't Worry, Be Happy" music video.|
|Has won three grammys. One for the audio recording of "Jumanji," |
one for "Live at the Met" and one for the audio recording
of "Good Morning Vietnam."
|Attended Claremont McKenna College.|
|When he auditioned for the role of Mork from Ork, he met Gary |
Marshall who told him to sit down. Robin immediately sat on
his head on the chair. Gary Marshall immediately chose him
saying that he was the only alien who auditioned.
|During the making of "Mork & Mindy", Williams departed from the |
scripts and ad libbed so many times and so well, that the producers
stop trying to make him stick to the script and deliberately
left gaps in the later scripts leaving only "Mork can go
off here" in those places so Robin could improvise.
|(October 1997) Ranked #63 in Empire (UK) magazine's "The Top 100 |
Movie Stars of All Time" list.
|(1997) Voted funniest man alive by Entertainment Weekly.|
|(1998) Won Best Actor in a Supporting Role Oscar for:|
"Good Will Hunting" (1997).
|Video:||TVGuide.com||Robin Williams Videos.|
|Filmography:||The Internet Movie Database||Robin Williams Filmography.|
|News Item:||15 December 1999||An Asimov twist: Robin Williams, robot|
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Al Pacino Calista Flockhart Cheryl Hines
Demi Moore Diane Lane Gene Hackman Gwyneth Paltrow
Henry Winkler Hilary Swank John Travolta Julia Louis-Dreyfus
Julianne Moore Julie Christie Kate Winslet Kirsten Dunst Kirstie Alley
Maura Tierney Raquel Welch Richard Attenborough Pam Dawber Ron Howard Sally Field