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Robin Williams‘ Best Acting Performances In Throughout His Career

One of the undisputed kings of comedy is Robin Williams. It is funny, because in his stand up act, Robin Williams is incredibly dirty, however his movies shape him out to be a more wholesome person. I guess him and Bob Sagat are similar in this respect. Robin Williams, however is an incredible actor who has had more than his fair share of great films.

The following films are what I consider to be the best movies of Robin Williams‘ illustrious career.

Before Big Momma’s House and before John Travolta decided to play a lady in the hit film Hairspray, Robin Williams had his iconic performance as the role of Mrs. Doubtfire. This is one of my favorite comedies of the 90s and a great one to watch with the family.

Another movie that definitely has to be included on this list is Good Morning, Vietnam. This film was released in 1988 and directed by Barry Levinson, and features Williams as an unorthodox DJ who took control of the US armed forces radio station during the war.

One movie that has to be included on this list, and is probably my favorite of any on this list, is Good Will Hunting. This movie stars Matt Damon, Ben Affleck, Minnie Driver and of course, Robin Williams. Williams won a best supporting actor Oscar for this film, as did Damon and Affleck for best original screenplay.

Another movie that I definitely have to include on this list is Dead Poet’s Society. Williams stars as professor John Keating, a teacher who inspires his students to seize the day with their love of poetry. This movie also stars Ethan Hawke.

The final film that I will discuss is The Birdcage. This movie plays out like a theatrical performance, which very well might have been their intention. It is hilarious and Williams is fantastic as the part of Armand Goldman.

As it stands, this is my Robin Williams best-of list.

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