10. The New Russian guy image
After wars, there is always a stereotypical glasses from which you may look at you ex enemies. Unfortunately, this stereotypical glasses does not only allow you to see politics in their molded frames, but also forces you to see the common people in a false image. The Cold War is no difference to the case, and this is why ‘Moscow on the Hudson’ remains of great importance in the actor’s history. The movie viewed the Russian man normally with all its human traits. Williams learned Russian and Saxophone for the role, that is how real he was!
9. The ‘Legend of Zelda’ fan
Williams has confessed a while ago that he was addicted to the online gaming. Online gamers before were viewed as the losers who do not have a life, old and still living with parents. However, he is a man of great success, a family guy and also someone who finds retreat in imaginary gaming. A piece of work indeed!
8. The question of the Vietnamese war
‘Good morning, Vietnam’ was produced in 1987 to stress the point of humanity even when it comes to things like wars. The soldier, who willingly sacrifices his life for his country is not the politican who aims for bigger goals which might not be as noble as the sacrifice. Williams echoed the human side brilliantly!
7. Selflessness is a sign of greatness
In 2004, he paid a little girl in california diagnosed with brain cancer a visit as she requested for her dying wish. He spent the day with her and her father said that this particular visit gave her strength in her last days. Williams put a redwood tree in her memory after she died.
6. Animal lover
Williams is a great activist and a front liner in the fight for animal rights. He more a time appeared in videos and documentaries that tried to raise awarness about animal rights and the issues that face various species. No one can forget the Gorillas Koko who shared a battle of tickles with williams and who identified him in the news and got saddened for the news of his death.
In the time when the talks about gay rights have not yet surfaced, he came out with ‘The Birdcage’ in 1996. The movie was a step that needed a lot of courage from his side and a lot of knowledge also.
4. Mrs. Doubtfire
The most gentle and appealing grandmother ever put on screen. This film is one of the most successful movies of Robin Williams and also one of the best movies he ever presented. Targeting the issue of divorce and its toll on the children, he managed to present us the one of the nicest female characters that turned the events upside down! It will remain memorable for generations to come.
One of the greatest charities he took part in was The Comic Relief show. This show, alone, collected donations with the sum of 50 million dollars to help the homeless society in American over the period of 12 years.
2. The USO agent
As a part of the United Service Organization, he mad sure to try to entertain the American trooos. He travelled more than 13 countries for his mission. He did his best and it was like ‘Good morning, Vietnam’ as his goal was helping those troops with what he can do.
1. The kindhearted
Robin Williams was known for his kindhearted nature with everybody. Almost everyone who has ever met him remembers how he used to care about each and every single person around him and how he always tried his best to make others happy. Nurses at the university of California, San Francisco remember how he used to visit the hospital, bring the sick children gifts, and cheer them up. He used to give credit to everyone who has inspired him, helped him or worked with him. His heart was open to everyone!