Not only was he an incredible actor, but Robin Williams was also one of the most diverse and entertaining voice artists of all time.
On Monday 11th August 2013, this very talented actor and much-loved comedian could no longer fight the battle with depression and took his own life. His millions of fans throughout the world will sadly miss him, but never will he be forgotten.
An Iconic Voice Artist Remembered
Today the team at Media Sound remember him for his magical work as a voiceover artist.
In 1987, Robin Williams played a DJ based in Saigon during the Vietnam War. Who could ever forget his most famous line and name of the movie …. “Goooood Mooorning Vietnam.” This iconic role received him an Academy Award nomination.
His animated voice brought the magical Genie in Aladdin alive; it was this film that really established his immense star power as a voiceover artist.
In 2001, Williams again leant his voice to the film A.I Artificial Intelligence, again in 2005 in the film Robots. In 2006, Williams was part of the highly successful Happy Feet, and was joined by other A-Listers to create a fantastic film enjoyed by both adults and children.
Not to mention the countless movies that he starred in and narrated at the same time. His voice could be highly animated and comedic, yet also gentle and serious.
Robin Williams was nothing short of iconic. His talent was so far and wide, that he will be remembered by for generations to come. His work will be appreciated for generations to come.
Rest in Peace Robbin Williams.
For those of you suffering from depression, please don’t feel alone, there is always someone out there who will want to help. Those seeking support can call beyondblue on 1300 22 46 36 or Lifeline on 13 11 14.