"Punch line; during a 2008 shoot, photographer Art Streiber cracked a joke that made Williams double over in laughter. "To the end of my days I will try to remember what that joke was" Streiber says. "but he laughed, and it felt genuine" -TIME Magazines article on Robin Williams
I didn’t expect three anons to say yes. Anyway, here are the rest of the photos of the famous Mrs. Doubtfire house that I took. It was really hard to stand there and not break down and cry. There were a lot of beautiful messages there.
Hundreds still showing up at the infamous #MrsDoubtfire house in #SanFrancisco to pay tribute to the late #RobinWilliams. (at Steiner Street)
I visited the Robin Williams memorial at the “Good Will Hunting” bench. There were three pathways leading to the bench filled with chalk writings of quotes from his movies.
Guys, I never thought I’d cry more over a guy I didn’t know personally than I cried for some one I did.
But Robin…I still just read an article about it and breakdown.
It’s so sad that a man that brought so much joy for others… couldn’t find enough for himself to see life to be bearable anymore.And it’s weird. I never met the man… but part of me feels empty when I’m reminded he’s gone.
A movie that will endure for the ages.
By: Ally Fisher - Tumblr
The death of Robin Williams has been one of the most heart-breaking and publicized celebrity losses since the loss of Michael Jackson. Williams was a producer, a comedian, a genie, and an inspiration for not only aspiring actors but also kids just trying to get…