64 wins & 85 nominations.
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Jack Holden (uncredited)
Ivan 'Bob' Poppanoff the 'Russian Idol'
Charlie Boyd / The Priest (uncredited)
Professor Philip Brainard
Genie / Peddler (voice)
"Robin Williams--Live 2002". NOTE: Won a Grammy for Best Spoken-Word Comedy Album.
3 Biographical Movies |
6 Print Biographies |
4 Portrayals |
24 Interviews |
51 Articles |
6 Pictorials |
84 Magazine Cover Photos |
Marty Fromage | Sudy Nim | Robin | Ray D. Tutto | Robin Willaims
5' 7" (1.7 m)
McLaurin (Janin), Laurie
| Williams, Robert Fitzgerald
Williams, McLaurin Clement 'Mickey'
Did You Know?
] This is a group that pulled off the single most surprising lead singer swap in all of rock history. Their first great frontman Peter Gabriel
decided to stop dressing like vegetables and little furry woodland creatures and went solo to shock his monkey. And instead of asking another steadily qualified singer or having a talent contest so Simon Cowell
could go, "I'm sorry, darling, you...
Often played characters with mental instability and/or a deep capacity for violence (One Hour Photo, Insomnia)