Zelda Williams attending The Art of Elysium presents Stevie Wonder - celebrating the 10th anniversary of the HEAVEN Gala held at Red Studios in Los Angeles, California, United States - Saturday 7th January 2017
The legal dispute over Robin Williams’ estate between his children and his widow has been settled.
Robin Williams’ family have finally settled their legal disputes over his estate. The issues between Williams’ third wife, Susan Schneider, and his three children began in December 2014. The dispute has reportedly been settled out of court and Schneider has decided to drop her petition.
Susan Schneider with Robin Williams in SoHo, New York in 2012.
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Comedy and acting veteran Robin Williams took his own life in August 2014.
Robin Williams’ daughter Zelda has posted a soul-baring open letter about coming to terms with grief and loss, just over a year after her father’s death.
26 year old Zelda posted a picture of a moonlit lake on Instagram on Saturday (September 5th), along with a heartfelt message to the world about how she’s come to terms with the tragedy. Her father, the legendary comedian, actor and star of dozens of hit movies, took his own life at the age of 63 in August last year.
Robin Williams’ fans and colleagues remembered him on Tuesday (21st July), on what would have been his 64th birthday.
Robin Williams’ fans and colleagues remembered him on Tuesday (21st July), on what would have been his 64th birthday. It’s been almost a year since Williams passed away but his fans remain loyal to his memory. They have been sharing pictures and quotes of the legendary actor and comedian on what would have been his 64th birthday. Amongst those who chose to remember Williams on what should have been a happy day were people he worked with during his prolific career, including actress Sarah Michelle Gellar.
From L-R: Amanda Setton, James Wolk, Sarah Michelle Gellar and Robin Williams at the 2013 CW, CBS and Showtime Summer TCA Party.
The 25-year-old actress paid tribute to her late father while attending Friday evening's Noble Awards in Beverly Hills.
Robin Williams may have died over six months ago but his legacy is still living on, which is partly due to the efforts of his 25-year-old daughter, Zelda, who recently paid tribute to the beloved comedian at the Noble Awards in Beverly Hills on Friday (Feb 27th).
Zelda attending the Noble Awards with her mother and Robin's ex-wife, Marsha Garces
Zelda was attending the awards ceremony to honour her father's humanitarian work as well as his two close friends Scott Tinley and Rudy Garcia.
Nintendo could tribute Williams by creating a character for him in a future game
Robin Williams’ love for videogames has been well documented since the popular actor was found dead last week at his home near San Francisco after committing suicide at the age of 63.
Robin Williams had suffered from depression
Williams, who appeared in a string of adverts for Nintendo alongside his daughter Zelda - named after the titular princess in the Legend of Zelda games - expressed a particular fondness for Link’s adventures. And this had lead for calls for him to be remembered in a future Zelda game, to wit Nintendo released a statement.
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It's a testament then to Williams's fine acting, and debut writer-director David Duchovny, that the motor-mouth's co-starring turn in House of D isn't a turn-off. Far from it. Williams and 15-year-old Anton Yelchin (Hearts in Atlantis) make up the unlikely duo in this coming-of-age drama about the friendship between Pappass, a mentally retarded janitor (Williams), and Tommy, a single-parent teen (Yelchin) in 1973 Greenwich Village. Williams displays, as he does in most of his dramatic films, a welcome appropriateness, a delivery of action and reaction that helps give House of D a good heart and some laugh-out-loud nuggets of wisdom.
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