Robin Williams and The Genie


A year ago today, we lost an amazing actor to death,  Robin Williams. He died young at the age of 63. He hung himself, and nobody knows the reason why. It’s just so sad. His last movie he did was Night of the Museum: Secret of the Tomb.

Williams was best known for his role of the genie from Disney’s Alddain. I could never imagine him not being the character because he was so perfect for the part. His movies he was in was so funny, and I really loved his acting!

People will continue to watch his films over the years, but it will never be the same. He was an amazing actor and man, and nobody will ever forget him. Rest in peace, Robin Williams. Rest in peace. Nobody would ever forget a friend like you.



6 thoughts on “Robin Williams and The Genie

  1. Rachel Wagner Smilingldsgirl says:

    I was thinking about this today as well. It’s interesting because I hadn’t been a fan of his movies for a long time but then when I heard the news I started to cry. Mrs. Doubtfire, Dead Poets Society, Aladdin were so iconic. It felt like a great friend from high school who you find out has died.
    It really is such a loss and a reminder of how we need to watch out for each other and do better at treating mental illness in our country. At least we always have his movies and a great friend in the Genie.

  2. Natalie Davis says:

    Yes, I agree. I really wish he would have talked to someone about whatever was troubling him.

  3. The Animation Commendation says:

    Saddest celebrity death that I’ve had to go through in my life.

    Night at the Museum 3 was actually not his last film. His last film is a film coming out this year called Absolutely Anything where he lends his voice to a dog.

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