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.
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 HollywoodLife.com 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.
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— Caitlin Beck