Aug 11, 2014 Williams dead at 63


Oscar winner and comedian Robin Williams died this morning at 63. While his publicist wouldn’t confirm that it was a suicide, they did issue this statement. “Robin Williams passed away this morning. He has been battling severe depression of late. This is a tragic and sudden loss. The family respectfully asks for their privacy as they grieve during this very difficult time.”

Williams, who won an Oscar for his supporting role in Good Will Hunting, will reprise his role as Theodore Roosevelt in the third installment of Night at the Museum this December. He had recently signed on to reprise his beloved role as Mrs. Doubtfire in a sequel to be directed by Chris Columbus and was last seen opposite Annette Bening in the indie film The Face of Love.

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Update: Robin had just entered “rehab” (also code for mind control “re-programming”) on July 2nd, and not because he had relapsed, which would mean that he probably had just left rehab a few days before his death. Also, there were numerous Robin Williams death hoaxes for several days before he died.

An indication (to me, at least) that Robin probably wouldn’t commit suicide is the fact that he had just premiered a new TV show, “The Crazy Ones”, which was set to get him back in the spotlight (which is, of course, what every actor always strives for, and what drives them to suicide when they aren’t getting it).