Robin Williams: Last Photos Revealed – A Day Before Suicide

Thu, August 14, 2014 1:04pm EDT by 45 Comments 318,259 Article Views

So tragic. Iconic actor, Robin Williams passed away on August 11 at the age of 63. Now, pictures of the fallen comedian at an art gallery reception in San Francisco just days before his death have surfaced, and are reported to be the last photos taken of him while he was alive. Read below for all the details.

So sad. On August 9, just days before Robin Williams  tragic death at the age of 63, the late actor was spotted out supporting a local San Francisco art gallery in what are believed to be the final photographs taken of him while he was alive. Read the details below.

Robin Williams Last Photos Before Death

Robin’s untimely death has touched many. His wife, Susan Schneider posted a heart breaking statement, while his daughter, Zelda, 25, and two sons, Cody, 22, and Zak, 31, all released public messages about the loss of their father.

Just days before his death, Robin was spotted out supporting a local Bay Area art gallery and artist Mark Jaeger.The final picture of him was taken on Saturday, August 9, at 5:45.

Robin Williams Memorial Service: Family Gathers For Touching Goodbye

According to TMZ, Mark claimed that Robin stayed at the gallery for about an hour, was laughing frequently and was not seen drinking.

Mark revealed that Robin had bought a few pieces from him in the past, including a superhero clay head from his,”superhero sculpture series.” Mark told the site that the two were even, “talking about a possible script based on the concept of his sculptures … a homeless superhero who comes out during the night to help people in need.”

Robin Williams Unreleased Final Films

As previously reported, audiences will still be able to see Robin in four unreleased films that are set to hit theaters this year.

First up, his tackles a comedic role in the film, Merry Friggin’ Christmas, which is set to hit theaters on November 7. Robin stars alongside of fellow comedian Joel McHale and the beautiful Lauren Graham.

On December 19, Robin is back as President Teddy Roosevelt in the third installment of the wildly popular trilogy, Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb.

Taking on a more serious role in the film Boulevard, which IMDB describes as being about, “A devoted husband in a marriage of convenience is forced to confront his secret life,” Robin shows off his versatility. The film was shown at Tribeca Film Festival, but does not have a wide release date set at this time.

In hit final role, the comedian lent his voice to the character, “Dennis the Dog” in the film, Absolutely Anything. Also in the film are, Kate Beckinsale, and Simon Pegg in live action roles.

HollywoodLifers, leave your thoughts and well wishes for Robin’s family and loved ones below.

– Caitlin Beck

More Robin Williams News:

  1. Robin Williams: First Look At His Next Film ‘Merry Friggin’ Christmas’
  2. Robin Williams’ Wife Of 19 Years: ‘My Heart Is Split Wide Open’
  3. Robin Williams’ Daughter Zelda: The ‘World Is Forever A Little Darker’

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Debbie Carter

Posted at 11:38 PM on September 22, 2014  

@ Josie Gimhaegim, you are completely wrong!! The man had depression his entire life and many other health problems as well. People who do what David Carradine don’t cut their wrists first either, just sayin

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Josie Gimhaegim

Posted at 1:55 PM on September 6, 2014  

Perhaps you like Mr Williams but you have to have be intentionally deaf and blind to still think that was “suicide”. It was a male joke going the the David Carridine way by mastubating yourself to death. That may sound harsh but it is the truth.

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Posted at 12:12 PM on September 8, 2014  

Really……………you know this HOW????

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Posted at 9:58 AM on September 2, 2014  

He is rob

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Posted at 2:23 PM on August 28, 2014  

You need to proofread before you post. Spelling errors and miswordings are abundant.

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Chad Randall

Posted at 2:11 PM on August 28, 2014  

My thoughts and prayers go out to robin williams family he was my favorite actor he will be missed god bless

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dead and b..

Posted at 3:05 PM on August 27, 2014  


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Gerrilynn Whiteside

Posted at 6:50 PM on August 23, 2014  

MY thoughts and prayers for Robin Williams Wife and three children an his close family and friends.He will always be the funniest actor From a fan and friend.I wrapped my arms around you all hold tight.He will be remembered and never forgotten..

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Posted at 11:44 PM on August 22, 2014  

Dats grt…

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Karen bridges

Posted at 11:50 PM on August 20, 2014  

We enter this world hoping to make a difference not only did Robin Williams make a difference he left this world a better place he will be deeply missed

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Posted at 2:20 PM on August 19, 2014  

In a way, it is fitting that we will be able to see Robin at his finest in 3 more films in the near future…this is probably what he would have wanted to leave his fans, a legacy of his comedic and acting genius.

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Robyn James

Posted at 2:14 PM on August 19, 2014  

Such a shock to have heard the news, and such a tragic waste of a brilliant man with a brilliant mind and a beautiful heart. He always made us laugh, and always will. May you now rest in peace, and make Angels laugh. Your memory will live on. <3 xox

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penny Johnson

Posted at 7:25 AM on August 19, 2014  

I am so sorry to hear of the loss of Robin Williams he was a great man he will be greatly missed my thoughts &prayers go out to his framily

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Ernest Fuakye

Posted at 4:02 AM on August 19, 2014  

its very sad that death took away my mentor.Robin was a genius,his diction on in his movies really touched my heart.expertially with his movie…bicentinnial man.Robin,rest in peace.we will meet again in the flip side of life

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Posted at 3:06 AM on August 18, 2014  

robin Williams cant be replaced ever, this world is now a darker place without him in it .I feel so very very sorry for his family in this very dark time he will seriously missed. he”s brought me a alot of laughter in a very dark time for me that’s been dealing with depression myself an just listening to his comedy makes me laugh everytime when nothing else would REST IN PEACE ROBIN.

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