KineCritical Staff

We are profoundly sad to announce the passing of Robin Williams, Academy Award winning actor and comedian. The story is still developing, but this is without a doubt one huge blow to, not only Williams’ family, but fans alike.

Willaims started his famed career on The Richard Pryor Show, but quickly moved to the role of Mork on Happy Days. From there he moved on to Mork and Mindy, and from there he skyrocketed to roles from Popeye to Adrian Cronauer in Good Morning Vietnam, all the way to his Oscar winning performance in Goodwill Hunting. Mixed with the stellar comedic performances in Mrs. Doubtfire, Alladin, and The Bridcage, Williams was a solidified star and considered by many to be an incredible human being.

His work with Comedic Relief, Children’s Hospital, and the Windfall foundation proved him to be a charitable and philanthropic figure in the lives of many. He brought smiles to faces through more than just a projector or a TV screen.

Reports are scarce, but Williams’ publicist has let it known that the comedian suffered from depression, and his death is believed to have been a suicide.

We wish his family well during these difficult times, and we mourn the loss of not only a great comedian, but a greater human being.

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