Oscar winning actor and comedian Robin Williams died Monday at the age of 63. Here's a look back at fourteen of his most memorable roles.
LIST COMPILED BY CHRIS ALLEN, KSHB-TV/@ChrisAllenNBCTV
Mrs. Doubtfire (1993): Robin Williams delivered arguably his most memorable performance in Mrs. Doubtfire. In 2013, the 90's classic was the most played movie on television. Williams' ability to make audiences laugh-out-loud is something we will all miss.
Good Will Hunting (1997): Robin Williams scored his first Oscar with his role as Sean Maguire in Good Will Hunting. The Gus Van Sant picture shows Williams in a more serious role than we're used to seeing. Williams was also nominated for a Golden Globe the same year.
Dead Poets Society (1989): A film audiences will never forget. Williams played John Keating, an English teacher who shared his love of poetry with his students. His performance captivated audiences, and critics agreed. He scored another Oscar nomination for Best Actor in a Leading Role.
Good Morning, Vietnam (1987): We'll never forget that famous line, "Good morning Vietnam!". Once again, yet another Academy Award nomination for Williams, who plays a DJ looking to shake things up at a radio station in Vietnam.
One Hour Photo (2002): You'll never look at Robin Williams the same after watching One Hour Photo. His performance as Seymour Parrish is absolutely horrifying. When actors show us their range, it proves how amazing they are at their craft. And this film gave me chills. I've never seen Williams in a more creepy role than this one.
Patch Adams (1998): He played our favorite medical student, Patch Adams. Williams showed us the importance of humor in our everyday lives. He landed a well-deserved Golden Globe nomination for his hilarious role.
Hook (1991): This may not have been Steven Spielberg's greatest film, but Robin Williams sure did make it entertaining for us. Williams plays a grown-up version of Peter Pan, and does not disappoint. If you haven't seen it, it's definitely worth your time.
Aladdin (1992): Robin Williams played one of the best Disney characters of all, the Genie in the Disney classic Aladdin. His slapstick humor will keep both kids and adults glued to the television set. Even though it was just his voice, Williams played the Genie masterfully.
World's Greatest Dad (2009): This was Robin Williams' last great role in film. The film scored rave reviews, earning a 97 percent rating on Rotten Tomatoes by top critics. He plays a high school teacher who stays calm and collective, putting up with his arrogant son who just won't give his father a break.
The Birdcage (1996): Williams stars as Armand Goldman, the owner-operator of a drag revue on South Beach. It's absolutely hilarious. Nathan Lane joins Williams in anchoring a comedic crowd pleaser. You won't want to miss this performance.
Popeye (1980): He's Popeye the sailor man! Directed by the late, great Robert Altman, Popeye shows us the goofy side of Williams. It's exactly what you would expect to see from a movie based off a cartoon character, but it's definitely worth your time.
Jack (1996): If you can believe it, this movie was directed by Oscar winner Francis Ford Coppola. Williams plays Jack Powell, a boy who has an aging disorder that makes him grow four times faster than everyone else. There's several funny moments in this one, thanks in part to Bill Cosby, but you'll definitely fall in love with Williams' character in Jack.
Jumanji (1995): It may not be Williams' greatest role, but audiences will never forget the movie Jumanji. People who grew up in the late 80's and early 90's will appreciate this one. It's a fun film for the whole family, full of action and a little bit of humor sprinkled in.
Mork and Mindy (1978-1982): We can't forget about that loveable alien Mork. The 1978 sitcom lasted four seasons on the air. Williams earned a Golden Globe aware for this wacky performance we will never forget.
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