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    Robin Williams Influence

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    “No matter what people tell you, words and ideas can change the world” - Robin Williams. Words are symbols that bring definition, form of visions, build beliefs, and impact actions. Words produce thoughts.Thoughts are energy. This energy can pick you up, or can drop you down. It changes your body, mind, and soul. Robin Williams was an important and influential figure in history that had a positive/negative impact on the world because he made people laugh and be inspired. Robin Williams was born on July 21,1951 , in Chicago, Illinois. Williams dad name was Robert Fitzgerald Williams and his mother name was Laurie McLaurin he was one of the three sons. Robin Williams father worked as a superior decision at Ford Motor Company while,…

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    Figure Journal 4: Robin Williams Robin Williams was a famous actor and comedian known for his improvisational performances. Some of his greatest work is the Dead Poets Society and Good Will Hunting. Additionally, he suffered from Lewy body dementia and chronic depression. Background Information/Accomplishments The famous comedian and actor Robin Williams was born on July 21, 1951, in Chicago, Illinois (Biography.com, 2016). Shortly after developing his own improvisational style as a stand-up…

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    Robin Williams: An Icon

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    Robin Williams: An Icon As an only child, Robin Williams regularly played by himself with his toy soldiers in the attic of his family’s home; he did not know then that one day he would become an American icon. He grew up to become one of the greatest celebrities of our time. In the 1970s, he was credited with leading San Francisco’s comedy renaissance, and became an award-winning comedian, actor, and humanitarian. He was known for his improvisational skills, keeping a vast array of quips and…

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    The Many Sides of Robin Williams It is a bright Night in the small Alaskan town of Nightmute, like most nights and days for that matter in this town where the sun only sets a few months out of the year. A murder has occurred in this town by a mental imbalanced calculating man. Wait maybe this doesn’t interest you how about a different tail about an alcoholic psychiatrist that morns the loss of his wife in the bottom of a bottle, after giving up on his career and his life he is slowly pulled…

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    Robin Williams Suicide

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    Literature/Period A Robin Williams, Lewy Body Dementia, Depression, and Suicide On August 11, 2014, American actor and comedian, Robin Williams took his own life, he was 63 years old. Leaving the world devastated, saddened, confused and eagerly awaited the autopsy results. The question on everybody's mind was, why would this extremely gifted comedian and actor who won an oscar take his own life when he had so much to live for? In the weeks following his suicide we discovered that prior to his…

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    Robin Williams Comedy

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    mental illness. For people with mental illnesses, comedy brings them a sense of fulfillment in a way. On the otherside, for the audience they stop believing in the stereotypes that society likes to instill in everyone. In fact, a comedian and actor Robin Williams was known as a genius on the audience 's side, but for him, comedy was a way to help him. Sometimes, we see laughing at mental illness as an issue but in reality it shows how people are ready to see past the culture norm and understand…

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    Aristotle On Happiness

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    “Are we made happy by what we have in life or by who we truly are inside?” Robin…

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    inside?” Robin Williams, a world famous actor, captivated audiences in the roles such as: Peter Pan, Mrs. Doubtfire and Hook. He is known for his sense of humor…

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    “No matter what people tell you, words and ideas can change the world” (“Robin Williams Quotes”). This quote was said by Robin Williams because he firmly believed that people can change anything they put their minds to, no matter how hard. Robin Williams was born July 21st, 1951 in Chicago, Illinois. Robin Williams is the father of three, a comedian and an actor. He stared and guess appeared in many movies and tv shows. Robin’s net worth was between $50 - $100 million. Despite being so…

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    Robin Williams once said, “No matter what people tell you, words and ideas can change the world.” (Dead Poet Society). Robin William was a very famous comedian who starred in over a dozen movies, won over a dozen awards, and made millions of people laugh. Another person I would appreciate having at my dinner party would be Liviu Librescu a college professor who gave his life to save his students. I chose Robin Williams because he was someone I have always admired. I chose Liviu Librescu,…

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