Robin Williams Net Worth, How Did Robin Williams Collect His Net Worth of $100 Million?

Robin Williams Net Worth, How Did Robin Williams Collect His Net Worth of $100 Million?

Facts of Robin Williams Net Worth, How Did Robin Williams Collect His Net Worth of $100 Million?

Net worth$100 million
Date of Birth:1951 July 21
First NameRobin McLaurin
Last NameWilliams
Age:72 years old
Birth Nation: United States
Height: 5 Feet 7 Inch

The man who served 38 years in the film industry as an actor and stand-up comedian, Robin Williams collected the total net worth of around $100 million in his whole life. To hear the sad news, the stand-up comedian, Robin is no more with us now.

How Much Did Robin Williams Earn From Films And Television?

Robin Williams accumulated the total net worth of around $100 million as an actor and comedian. He served in the industry since 1976 to 2014. Let's have a look at Robin's earnings from films and television:

Mork & Mindy (1978): $35,000 per hour

Popeye (1980): $500,000

Good Morning, Vietnam (1987): $800,000

Hook (1991): $1 million

Aladdin (1992): $100,000

Toys (1992): $500,000

Mrs. Doubtfire (1993): $1,000

Jumanji (1995): $15 million

Jack (1996): $15 million

Good Will Hunting (1997): $1. 5 million

Flubber (1997): $10 million

Patch Adams (1998): $10 million

Bicentennial Man (1999): $20 million

One Hour Photo (2002): $50,000

Death to Smoochy (2002): $2 million

Insomnia (2002): $2 million

The Final Cut (2004): $250,000

Robots (2005): $100,000

Man of the Year (2006): $1 million

The Night Listener (2006): $65,000

Night at the Museum (2006): $5 million

RV (2006): $1 million

The Crazy Ones (2013-14): $165,000

Along with this huge amount of money, Robin Williams also earned name and respect worldwide.

Know About Robin Williams' Property

His Napa Valley Home worth $35 million

His 6,500 square-foot waterfront home in Tiburon, California worth $6 million

How Did Robin Williams Spend His Childhood? Let's Know

Robin McLaurin Williams was born on July 21, 1951, in Chicago, Illinois to the parents, Robert Fitzgerald Williams and Laurie McLaurin. Robin grew up in Episcopal Church.

To talk about Robin's education, he went to Gorton Elementary School in Lake Forest. Then, he went to Deer Path Junior High School. He was funny from his early days. Later, Robin went to Detriot Country Day School.

Due to his parent's work, Robin's family had to move frequently so, Robin also went to Redwood High School in Larkspur and graduated his high school from there. Then, he went to Claremont Men's College.

To pursue his career in acting, Robin went to the College of Marin in California to study theatre. Later, in 1973, Robin went to Julliard School in New York City on a full scholarship.

Let's Look At Robin Williams's Career Highlights

Robin Williams started his career as the stand-up comedian from the early '70s. He performed at clubs and theatres. In 1977, Robin made his television appearance in the show, Laugh-In.

In 1978, Robin appeared in a series, Happy Days. The same year, he was cast in the sitcom, Mork & Mindy which ran till 1982.

In 1979, Robin Williams performed at a live television show, "Reality. . . What a Concept" for which he won a Grammy Award. His other live shows include "An Evening with Robin Williams", "Robin Williams: At The Met", and "Robin Williams: Live on Broadway".

Robin also made a cameo appearance on an episode of the third season of the sitcom, "Friends along with Billy Crystal". His other television appearances include "Whose Line Is It Anyway?", "Law & Order: SVU", "Louie", "Wilfred", "The Crazy Ones". Robin along with Robert De Niro appeared on SNL in 2010.

Robin Williams also worked as an actor in several films since 1977. His major film appearance includes "The Survivors" (1983), "The Best of Times" (1986), "Awakenings" (1990), "The Fisher King" (1991), "Being Human" (1994), "Hamlet" (1996), "Artificial Intelligence" (2001), "The Big White" (2005), and many more.

Know About Robin Williams's Personal Life

In 1978, Robin Williams married Valerie Velardi. They had one son together. They divorced in 1988.

Then, in 1989, Robin married Marsha Garces. They had two children together. The couple divorced in 2010.

About Robin's third marriage, he married Susan Schneider in 2011.

Reason Behind Robin Williams's Death? Let's know:

Robin Williams was addicted to cocaine during the late '70s and early '80s. Robin also used to drink in 2003. He was an alcoholic at the time.

Robin was hospitalized in 2009 due to heart problems. He had an surgery for an aortic valve in 2009.

Having suffered from heart problems, Robin died on August 11, 2014. He suicided at his home in California. He hanged himself with a belt and died from asphyxiation. His body was buried in San Fransico Bay on August 12, 2014.

Know About Robin Williams' Charity Works

Robin Williams also helped people through charity and donations. He along with Ben Stiller, Jennifer Aniston, and other stars joined The Cove PSA: My Friend is. . . to perform charity works.

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