Robin Williams News Archive
Robin Williams’ Show Cancellation Had More To Do With His Suicide Than People Thought! Saw It As A 'Personal Failure'
According to a new report, it was the cancellation of his TV show The Crazy Ones. It lasted only one season before getting the axe and the actor saw it as a “personal failure.”
Williams reportedly told one person before the show started
Robin Williams' suicide left fans around the world scrambling for answers: why would such a kind-hearted, good-humored man choose this?
When the news of his Parkinson's diagnosis broke, many thought they had found the answer. But that's only part of the story.
According to those closest to him, the new disease and accompanying trials did impact Robin, "exacerbating" his fragile mental state.
And the medications he was taking to treat the Parkinson's kept him down a bit more than usual.
But sadly, sources close to the family want to point out
There has been an outpour of touching tributes to Robin Williams after his shocking death, but this particular video perfectly captures his spirit.
While it's only one minute long, the words and images illustrate that warm spirit that entertained us all through cries and giggles.
He will be deeply missed and he will continue to be celebrated for the joy he brought us.
Ch-ch-check it out..AFTER THE JUMP!
Checkmate, internet trolls!
Some users sent poor Zelda a photoshopped image of her father's corpse, which was obviously very upsetting.
Quickly thereafter, Zelda announced her plans to leave social media all together…and Twitter definitely noticed!
Yesterday Twitter released the statement:
We'll NEVER forget Pierce Brosnan and Robin Williams' hysterical scenes in Mrs.Doubtfire and the hilarity they brought to the beloved film.
Remember when Mrs.Doubtfire threw a piece of fruit at Pierce's character and then famously quipped, "It was a run-by fruiting, sir!"
Though we all have spent the week mourning Robin Williams, the person who was unarguably hit the hardest was Robin's wife.
Susan Schneider finally released her statement Thursday, providing a more intimate look at Robin than any we had gotten before.
But as hard as it must have been to share a message with the world, there's one thing that's just become impossible for her- going home.
According to a neighbor and family friend, Susan left the home she shared with Robin shortly after giving her required statement to police– and won't go back. The neighbor said:
Not only were Michael and Robin friends, but the pair shared a commonality that Michael didn't even know about until it was too late.
That bond, as we reported yesterday, was that both actors were suffering from Parkinson's Disease.
Michael, who has been dealing with PD since the early 1990s, took to Twitter to address finding out about Robin's previously-unpublicized diagnosis, saying: