ROBIN WILLIAMS


One of America’s most Beloved entertainers Robin Williams, who was found dead Monday, will forever be remembered as a singular talent who rocketed to fame as a zany alien in Mork & Mindy and spent the next 35-plus years captivating millions with his incomparable gifts.
Born in Chicago in 1951, the four-time Oscar nominee and one-time winner started as a funnyman and soon proved he could also captivate America with his skills as an improvisor and dramatic actor.
He is survived by his wife of three years Susan Schneider and children Zachary Pym, 31; Zelda Rae, 25; and Cody Alan, 19.

Academy Awards (Oscar)

1997: Won Academy Award – Category: Best Supporting Actor, for: Good Will Hunting
1991: Nominated for Academy Award – Category: Best Actor, for: The Fisher King
1989: Nominated for Academy Award – Category: Best Actor, for: Dead Poets Society
1988: Nominated for Academy Award – Category: Best Actor, for: for: Good Morning, Vietnam

British Academy Awards
1990: Nominated for BAFTA Film Award – Category: Best Actor, for: Dead Poets Society
1988: Nominated for BAFTA Film Award – Category: Best Actor, for: Good Morning, Vietnam
Broadcast Film Critics Awards
2003: Nominated for Broadcast Film Critics Award – Category: Best Actor, for: One Hour Photo
2002: Nominated for Broadcast Film Critics Award – Category: Best Actor, for: One Hour Photo
National Board of Review Awards
1990: Won National Board of Review Award – Category: Best Actor, for: Awakenings
Screen Actors Guild Awards
1997: Won SAG Award – Category: Best Supporting Actor, fro: Good Will Hunting
Golden Globe Awards
1999: Nominated for Golden Globe Awards – Category: Best Actor (Comedy or Musical), for: Patch Adams
1998: Nominated for Golden Globe Awards – Category: Best Supporting Actor, for: Good Will Hunting
1997: Nominated for Golden Globe Awards – Category: Best Supporting Actor, for: Good Will Hunting
1993: Won Golden Globe Awards – Category: Best Actor (Musical or Comedy), for: Mrs. Doubtfire
1993: Won Special Award for Vocal Work, for: Aladdin
1991: Won Golden Globe Awards – Category: Best Actor (Musical or Comedy), The Fisher King
1990: Nominated for Golden Globe Awards – Category: Best Actor (Drama), for: Awakenings
1989: Nominated for Golden Globe Awards – Category: Best Actor (Drama), for: Dead Poets Society
1988: Nominated for Golden Globe Awards – Category: Best Actor (Comedy or Musical), for: Good Morning Vietnam
1984: Nominated for Golden Globe Awards – Category: Best Actor (Musical or Comedy), for: Moscow on the Hudson
MTV Movie Awards

1997: Nominated for MTV Movie Award – Category: Best Comedic Performance, for: The Birdcage
1997: Nominated for MTV Movie Award – Category: Best On-Screen Duo, for: The Birdcage
1994: Won MTV Movie Award – Category: Best Comedic Performance, for: Mrs. Doubtfire
1993: Won MTV Movie Award – Category: Best Male Performance, for: Mrs. Doubtfire
1993: Won MTV Movie Award – Category: Best Comedic Performance, for: Aladdin
Online Film Critics Society Awards
2003: Nominated for OFCS Award – Categoty: Best Actor, for: One Hour Photo
People’s Choice Awards
1994: Won People’s Choice Award – Category: Favorite Comedy Motion Picture Actor
Emmy Awards
2003: Nominated for Emmy Award – Category: Outstanding Individual Performance, for: Robin Williams: Live on Broadway
1996: Nominated for Emmy Award – Category: Outstanding Individual Performance, for: Comic Relief VII
1994: Nominated for Emmy Award – Category: Outstanding Guest Actor, for: Homicide: Life on the Street
1987: Won Emmy Award – Category: Outstanding Individual Performance, for: Carol, Carl, Whoopi and Robin
1979: Nominated for Emmy Award – Category: Outstanding Lead Actor, for: Mork & Mindy
CableACE Awards

1989: Won ACE Award – Category: Performance in a Comedy Special, for: Comic Relief ’87
1987: Won ACE Award – Category: Performance in a Comedy Special, for: Comic Relief
Blockbuster Entertainment Awards

2000: Nominated for Blockbuster Entertainment Award – Category: Favorite Comedy Actor, for: Bicentennial Man
1998: Won Blockbuster Entertainment Award – Categoty: Favorite Actor/Actress – Family, for: Flubber
Golden Satellite Awards
2003: Nominated for Golden Satellite Award – Category: Best Performance by an Actor, for: One Hour Photo
1999: Nominated for Golden Satellite Award – Category: Best Performance by an Actor, for: Patch Adams
1998: Nominated for Golden Satellite Award – Category: Best Performance by an Actor, for: Good Will Hunting
Razzie Awards
2003: Nominated for Razzie Award – Category: Worst Supporting Actor, for: Death to Smoochy
2000: Nominated for Razzie Award – Category: Worst Actor, for: Bicentennial Man and Jakob the Liar

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