Knowledge Identifier: +Robin_Williams
Jonathan Katz - Originally a musician and songwriter, Katz fronted a rhythm and blues group called "Katz and Jammers" before serving as the musical director for Robin Williams's 1979 stand-up tour
Robert Altman - In 1980, he directed the musical Popeye, based on the comic strip/cartoon of the same name, which starred the comedian Robin Williams in his big-screen debut.
Bill Irwin - Irwin's first featured film role was in 1980, appearing as Ham Gravy in Robert Altman's "Popeye" starring Robin Williams
Donald O'Connor - O'Connor appeared in the short-lived "Bring Back Birdie" on Broadway in 1981, and continued to make film and television appearances into the 1990s, including the Robin Williams film "Toys" as the president of a toy-making company
Kaity Tong - In 1984, she appeared as herself, reporting on the defection of the Soviet circus performer played by Robin Williams in feature film "Moscow on the Hudson"
Daniel Levitin - Outside of his academic pursuits, Levitin has worked on and off as a stand-up comedian and joke writer, performing at the Democratic National Convention in San Francisco with Robin Williams in 1984, and at comedy clubs in California; he placed second in the National Lampoon stand-up comedy competition regionals in San Francisco in 1989, and has contributed jokes to Jay Leno, Arsenio Hall, as well as the nationally syndicated comic strip Bizarro, some of which were included in the 2006 compilation "Bizarro and Other Strange Manifestations of the Art of Dan Piraro"
Louise Bennett-Coverley - In 1986, she appeared as Portia in the comedy film "Club Paradise", starring Robin Williams, Jimmy_Cliff and Peter O'Toole
Ethan Hawke - In 1989, Hawke made his breakthrough appearance, playing shy student Todd Anderson opposite Robin Williams's inspirational English teacher in "Dead Poets Society"
Sab Shimono - His more memorable film roles include Hiroshi Kawamura in the 1990 drama "Come See The Paradise", the coroner "Painless" Kumagai in 1990's "Presumed Innocent", Lord Norinaga in 1993's Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles III, and in "Old Dogs", alongside John Travolta and Robin Williams, as Japanese billionaire Yoshiro Nishamura
Jayce Bartok - His feature film work began in 1991 when he played a street punk harassing Robin Williams in "The Fisher King"
Adam Hann-Byrd - In 1995, he appeared as the young Alan in "Jumanji", in which Robin Williams appeared as the adult version of the character
Eddie Izzard - In 1996, Izzard had a part in his first United States-produced film, "The Secret Agent", where he met and befriended Robin Williams
Dan London - London landed one of his first major roles alongside actor Robin Williams in the 1998 movie, "Patch Adams"
Stephen Hannock - In 1999 Hannock, along with the rest of the film's technical crew, won an Academy Award for "Special Visual Effects" for the film, "What Dreams May Come", which starred Robin Williams and Cuba Gooding, Jr. Dozens of paintings Hannock began in 1996 were the foundation for the film's "Painted World" scenes
Hannah Taylor-Gordon - Taylor-Gordon starred as Lina in the 1999 film "Jakob the Liar", which co-starred Robin Williams
Mary Kay Bergman - She was planned to sing "Blame Canada" at the 2000 Academy *awards, before being replaced by Robin Williams
And in 2002, in the psychological thriller One Hour Photo, Williams played an emotionally disturbed photo development technician who becomes obsessed with a family for whom he has developed pictures for a long time.
Mark Romanek - He wrote and directed the 2002 film "One Hour Photo" starring Robin Williams, and "Never Let Me Go", the latter adapted from the Kazuo Ishiguro novel of the same name
Mark Romanek - In 2002, Romanek wrote and directed his second full-length feature movie, "One Hour Photo", with Robin Williams in the lead role as a department store photo processor who becomes obsessed with a family through their snapshots
Bea Wain - In 2002, her recording of "My Reverie" was used in the Robin Williams movie "One Hour Photo"
He was voted 13th on Comedy Central's list "100 Greatest Stand-ups of All Time" in 2004.
Floyd Landis - In the 2004 tour, Landis led Armstrong and a few of Armstrong's main rivals over the final climb of stage 17, putting on such an impressive display of strength that comedian and avid bike-racing fan Robin Williams dubbed him the "Mofo of the Mountains"
Holly Hunter - In 2005, Hunter starred alongside Robin Williams in the black comedy-drama "The Big White"
Mrs. Doubtfire - Due to problems with the script, re-writing began in early 2006 as Robin Williams was allegedly unhappy with the plot
David Alpay - In 2006, Alpay played the character Danny in the political comedy "Man of the Year", starring Robin Williams
My Way - In the 2006 animated movie "Happy Feet", Robin Williams sang a cover of the song in Spanish
Stu Linder - The 2006 film "Man of the Year" starring Robin Williams is dedicated to Linder's memory
Robin Williams has recently made peace with the Walt Disney Company and in 2009 agreed to be inducted into the Disney Hall of Fame, designated as a Disney Legend.
Evan Sabara - He played Kyle, a misanthropic teenager in "World's Greatest Dad", with Robin Williams, and Peter Cratchit in the 2009 film adaptation of "A Christmas Carol"
In response to the 2010 Canterbury Earthquake, Williams donated all proceeds of his "Weapons of Self Destruction" Christchurch performance to helping rebuild the New Zealand city.
He made his Broadway acting debut in Rajiv Joseph's Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo, which opened on Broadway at the Richard Rodgers Theatre on March 31, 2011.
Pam Dawber - In 2014, she reunited with Robin Williams on his comedy series "The Crazy Ones" as a love interest of Williams's character
Alan Brazil - While reacting to the death of actor Robin Williams in August 2014, Brazil said on his talkSPORT show that he did not have a lot of sympathy for people who commit suicide as it leaves their families in a "diabolical" situation
British heavy metal band Iron Maiden did a tribute to Williams on their 2015 album "The Book of Souls" with the song "Tears of a Clown"
Mrs. Doubtfire - In 2016 three further scenes were released to much fanfare and praise for the late Robin Williams
In 2018, HBO produced a documentary about Williams' life and career