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Robin Williams is an extraordinarily funny and talented comic genius. He is probably best known for his ability to just wing it, and his live shows often include hysterical free association monologues and a lot of improvisations. With Robin Williams tickets, you never know what will come out of his mouth and sometimes it appears as if he even surprises himself by some of the things he says. This comic's shows are very popular and tend to sell out quickly.
Although Robin Williams started his career as a stand-up comic, he first came to the general public's attention in the sit-com "Mork and Mindy," in which Robin Williams played an alien. The part was the perfect showcase for Robin Williams' many strange mannerisms, antics and voices. "Mork and Mindy" aired from 1978 to 1982.
After the "Mork and Mindy" series ended, Robin Williams moved on to films. Some of his best known movies include "Good Morning, Vietnam," "Dead Poets Society," "Good Will Hunting" and "The Fisher King." Although he would be nominated for an Oscar for all of these films, he has won only one gold statue so far. In 1998, he won the Best Actor in a Supporting Role for the film, "Good Will Hunting."
The Golden Globes has been more kind to Robin Williams. The actor has won six of these, including the Cecil B. DeMille Award for lifetime achievement and three best actor wins for "Good Morning, Vietnam," "Mrs. Doubtfire" and "The Fisher King."
Although Robin Williams typically plays comic roles, he has also taken on a few dramatic roles, as well. Most notably, he played a murderer in "Insomnia" and a stalker in "One Hour Photo."
The busy actor also does voice-over work for cartoon films. He provided the voice for the much loved blue genie in Disney's "Aladdin" movies and television series. He also voiced Ramon, a penguin, in 2006's "Happy Feet."
In addition to his nominations and wins for his movies, the comedienne has also been nominated for a number of Emmy's for his work on television, including one for a 2002 HBO presentation of his comedy show, "Robin Williams: Live on Broadway." Although he did not win the Emmy for that show, he did win one in 1988 for his performance in "ABC Presents: A Royal Gala."
Every couple of years or so, Robin Williams delights his many fans by going on tour so that they can enjoy his uninhibited zaniness live. Of course, Robin Williams tickets are not easy to score, as he is a hugely popular comedienne.
However, if you are in need of cheap Robin Williams tickets, look no further. We strive to carry a large selection of Robin Williams tickets at great prices. Tickets for Robin Williams shows typically sell out very fast, so it is important to purchase your tickets as soon as you know you can attend one of his live events. You definitely won't want to miss seeing this talented comic live and in person.