R.I.P. Maestro of Mayhem. Robin williams you were the funniest mime instructor anybody ever saw (in Bobcat Goldthwait’s brillant comedy Shakes The Clown)

R.I.P. Mr. Robin Williams- a great storyteller

the myriad roles this man played over the years showed brilliant range and unique talent, there may have been “better” serious actors but few who could make you laugh like this man and then in a next role or next instant even, make you cry… your talent will be missed but we have your stories with us forever—- that is a wonderful legacy…

if you have not seen Mr. Robin Williams in the film “The Fisher King” it might be a great way to spend some time enjoying brilliant storytelling—the film is all about redemption and what is better than that?


one of our favorite tributes to Mr. Robin Williams was found in a story told by comedian Norm McDonald http://thedailybanter.com/2014/08/norm-macdonald-may-just-written-best-tribute-robin-williams-yet/

one of the great storytellers of our time



  • patricktalley

    he played one of my favorite roles of any movie ever…he was Parry in the brilliantly written and most brilliantly performed THE FISHER KING…a movie about a great life shattered and the following struggle and finally-redemption…and who doesn’t like a great story about redemption…Robin Williams’ quote on the character (Parry) in the film …”Parry is a man with a previous life that was so damaged that he had to create another personality. … It’s like post-traumatic stress syndrome: Some people respond to traumatic or tragic events by withdrawal; some even create other personalities. Parry is a creation — somewhat Don Quixote, somewhat Groucho Marx — but he’s a creation designed to avoid a past event”, If you have not seen the film THE FISHER KING (by Terry Gilliam), I highly recommend it as it is a great story told well…