However, the actor also showcased versatility with critically-acclaimed roles in One Hour Photo and Gus Van Sant's Good Will Hunting, revealing that Williams was far from a one-trick-pony.
Robin Williams committed suicide at his home in Marin County on August 11, 2014.
We were lucky enough to catch the film at Sundance, and in my review, I noted that while the insights from Robin Williams' own family are limited to only his first wife Valerie Velardi and his son Zachary Williams, much of the documentary's most valuable details come from Williams himself. Martin then acknowledges that Williams, on stage, was "a master", but "off stage, it felt like he was holding himself together".
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See the trailer above. "My father didn't always feel he was succeeding". "Every person is driven by some deep, deep, deep, deep, deep, deep secret", Williams says in a voice-over.
Williams died by suicide in 2014. The network describes it as, "A amusing, intimate and heartbreaking portrait of one of the world's most beloved and inventive comedians".
Meanwhile, Pam Dawber recently said that her Mork & Mindy co-star Robin Williams repeatedly "flashed, humped, bumped [and] grabbed" her on the set of the TV show - but maintained that she "never took offence" to the late actor's alleged actions. Emmy award-winning director Marina Zenovich also has access to private home videos and on-stage footage of Williams' early stand-up comedy routines.