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An Entire List of Robin Williams Movies and TV Shows

An Entire List of Robin Williams Movies and TV Shows
Many stars have come and gone, and when they leave us, there is a hole left in our hearts that is often replaced with someone else over time. But every once in a while, someone comes along, whose presence and work stays on forever, both in life and death. This article pays homage by bringing you a complete list of Robin Williams movies and TV shows.
Rashmi Sunder
Last Updated: May 13, 2018
A True Legend!
Robin Williams is an actor who had an innate talent for improvising, and in his Golden Globe Award-winning movie, Good Morning, Vietnam, he plays the role without being given a script, and creating his lines while the camera was rolling.
When he graduated from Redwood High School in 1969, at the age of 18, Robin Williams was voted both the "Funniest" and "Most Likely Not to Succeed". And if there ever was an idol who showed us what hard work, talent, and humility can bring us, then he is the man to be credited.

Over the course of his career spanning 38 years, he has inspired us, given us many laughs, taught us important lessons, and connected with us in a way that has etched a mark in our minds and hearts.
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Williams was known for being very creative and improvising on the go, a skill he had nurtured since his early days, and which was perfected during his time as a stand-up comedian. He was a student at Juilliard, and was one of the two students (the other being Christopher Reeve) to be picked for the Advanced Program. His brilliance was noted by Reeve and his teachers alike, and was told that they had nothing more to teach him owing to his innate skills and stage presence. And surely enough, it was proved by the range of roles he played, from comic characters, to voice-overs for kids' films, to dramatic roles.

His death was unfortunate and heartbreaking, and it came as a shock for the millions of fans and numerous co-workers. But being the man that captured us in life, he has forever marked a space in our memories, and his work is celebrated even today. So we pay our respects to the legend by bringing you a list of movies and TV shows, charting his performances, from the '70s, to the '90s, to present day, including his latest, yet-to-be-released films.

1977 Can I Do It 'Till I Need Glasses? Lawyer/Man with a Toothache
1980 Popeye Popeye
1982 The World According to Garp T.S. Garp
1983 The Survivors Donald Quinelle
1984 Moscow on the Hudson Vladimir Ivanov
1986 Seize the Day Tommy Wilhelm
1986 Club Paradise Jack Moniker
1986 The Best of Times Jack Dundee
1987 Good Morning, Vietnam Adrian Cronauer
1988 The Adventures of Baron Munchausen King of the Moon (Ray D. Tutto)
1988 Portrait of a White Marriage Air Conditioning Salesman (Uncredited)
1988 Rabbit Ears: Pecos Bill Narrator (Voice)
1989 Back to Neverland Himself (part of Disneyland attraction in Walt Disney World Resort)
1989 Dead Poets Society Professor John Keating
1989 I'm From Hollywood Himself
1990 Cadillac Man Joey O'Brien
1990 Awakenings Dr. Malcolm Sayer
1991 Dead Again Doctor Cozy Carlisle
1991 The Fisher King Henry "Parry" Sagan
1991 Hook Peter Banning/Peter Pan
1991 Rabbit Ears: The Fool and the Flying Ship Narrator (Voice)
1992 Toys Leslie Gevo
1992 Aladdin Genie (Voice)
1992 The Timekeeper The Timekeeper (Voice)
1992 FernGully: The Last Rainforest Batty Koda (Voice)
1992 Shakes the Clown Mime Instructor
1993 Mrs. Doubtfire Daniel Hillard/Euphegenia Doubtfire and Producer
1994 Being Human Hector
1994 In Search of Dr. Seuss Father
Jumanji Alan Parrish
To Wong Foo, Thanks for Everything! Julie Newmar John Jacob Jingleheimer Schmidt (Uncredited)
Nine Months Dr.Kosevich
Aladdin and the Night of Thieves Genie (Voice)
Hamlet Osric
The Secret Agent The Professor
Jack Jack Powell
The Birdcage Armand Goldman
Good Will Hunting Therapist Sean Maguire
Flubber Professor Philip Brainard
Deconstructing Harry Mel
Father's Day Dale Putley
Patch Adams Hunter "Patch" Adams
Junket Whore Himself
What Dreams May Come Chris Nielsen
Bicentennial Man Andrew Martin
Jakob the Liar Jacob Hyem/Narrator & Executive Producer
Get Bruce Himself
A.I. Intelligence Dr. Know (Voice)
The Rutles 2: Can't Buy Me Lunch Hans Hänkie
Insomnia Walter Finch
Death to Smoochy "Rainbow" Randolph Smiley
One Hour Photo Seymour "Sy" Parrish
Noel Charlie Boyd (Uncredited)
The Final Cut Alan W. Hakman
The Big Whites Paul Barnell
Robots Fender (Voice)
The Aristocrats Himself
Man of the Year Tom Dobbs
Night at the Museum Theodore Roosevelt
Happy Feet Ramon/Lovelace (Voice)
Everyone's Hero Napoleon Cross (Voice)
RV Bob Munro
The Night Listener Gabriel Noone
License to Wed Reverend Frank
August Rush Maxwell "Wizard" Wallace
Shrink Jack Holden
World's Greatest Dad Lance Clayton
Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian Theodore Roosevelt
Old Dogs Dan Rayburn
Happy Feet Two Ramon/Lovelace (Voice)
Stage Left: A Story of the Theater in Bay Area Himself (Documentary)
The Big Wedding Father Monighan
The Butler Dwight D. Eisenhower
The Face of Love Roger
Boulevard Nolan Mack
The Angriest Man in Brooklyn Henry Altmann
A Merry Friggin' Christmas Mitch (Posthumous)
Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb Theodore Roosevelt (Posthumous)
Absolutely Anything Dennis the Dog (Voice, Posthumous)

The Richard Pryor Show Various Characters
Laugh In Various
Eight is Enough Various
Happy Days Mork
America 2-Night Jason Shine
Mork & Mindy Mork
Happy Days Mork
Out of the Blue Mork
E.T. and Friends: Magical Movie Visitors Host/ Various Characters
Faerie Tale Theatre Frog/Prince Robin
SCTV Network Various
Pryor's Place Gaby
Dear America: Letters Home from Vietnam Baby-San (Voice, Documentary)
The Earth Day Special Everyman
Sesame Street Himself (6 Episodes)
Big Bird's Birthday Celebration Sesame Street Special Himself
A Wish for Wings that Work The Kiwi/Sudy Kim (Voice)
The Larry Sanders Show Himself (2 Episodes)
Homicide: Life on the Streets Robert Ellison
Friends Tomas (Uncredited)
One Saturday Morning Genie
L.A. Doctors Hugo Kinsley
2000 Whose Line is it Anyway? Himself
Freedom: A History of Us Josiah Quincy, Ulysses S. Grant, Missouri farmer, Wilbur Wright, Orville Wright
Life with Bonnie Kevin Powalski
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Merritt Rook
Sponge SquarePants Himself
Wilfred Dr. Eddy/Himself
Louie Robin/Himself
The Crazy Ones Simon Roberts

Robin Williams: Off the Wall Live Performance
Reality... What a Concept Spoken Word Recording
An Evening with Robin Williams Live Performance
Throbbing Python of Love Spoken Word Recording
A Night at the Met Live Performance
Robin Williams:Live on Brodway Live Performance
Robin Williams: Live on Brodway Live Performance
Weapons of Self Destruction Spoken Word Recording

Disney's MathQuest with Aladdin Genie
We've added a special treat for you guys by listing Williams' 10 golden classics that you shouldn't miss!
  1. Good Morning, Vietnam
  2. Dead Poets Society
  3. Good Will Hunting
  4. Mrs. Doubtfire
  5. Aladdin
  6. The Fisher King
  7. One Hour Photo
  8. Awakenings
  9. Insomnia
  10. Moscow on the Hudson
He has won numerous awards, which include an Oscar for Best Supporting Actor (Good Will Hunting), 2 Golden Globes for Best Actor - Television Series Musical or Comedy (Mork & Mindy), 2 Golden Globe for Best Actor - Motion Picture Musical or Comedy (Good Morning, Vietnam and Mrs. Doubtfire), and a Golden Globe Cecil B. DeMille Award, 2 Emmy Awards (for Carol Burnett Special: Carol, Carl, Whoopi and Robin and ABC Presents a Royal Gala), 2 Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Supporting Role (Good Will Hunting and The Fisher King), and 2 Grammy Awards for Best Comedy Album (A Night at the Met and Good Morning, Vietnam). That is a resume that could gain the envy of many.

As Billy Crystal stated during the tribute for Williams at the 66th Primetime Emmy Awards, he was "the brightest star in our comedy galaxy", and the glow of his light will shine on for many years to come.