The Marin County Sheriff’s Office-Coroner Division reported the death of famous actor, Robin McLaurin Williams this morning. The incident happened in the morning of August 11, at 12:02 pm. The initial report indicated a possible suicide but the investigation will commence in the near future.
The body was discovered at his residence in Tiburon, California at around 11:55 am.
A final report will answer all the questions surrounding the tragedy. It was known that the actor was battling depression and drug abuse. The family of the deceased request a moment of respect to allow them to cope with such horrible misfortune.
The report has shocked the acting community and many received the news with sadness and bewilderment.
The actor had always struggled with alcoholism and substance abuse; just recently, he committed himself into a rehab facility called "The Lodge" to maintain sobriety.
He was well known for his comedic roles and many serious characters where he received accolades for his outstanding performance.
Robin Williams was especially known for his role in many inspiring movies such as, "Dead Poets Society," "Patch Adams," "Mrs. Doubtfire," "Good Morning Vietnam," "Good Will Hunting," "What Dreams may Come," and TV shows like Mork & Mindy.
He was nominated four times to the Academy Awards and won an Oscar in 1998 for his unforgettable supporting acting role in the movie "Good Will Hunting."
Mr. Williams was a spectacular, and at times controversial, stand up comedian dedicated to his craft and performance. It is a sad tragedy how Hollywood lost a great individual that made us laugh, cry, and sometimes think about our place in life.
Rest In Peace Mr. Williams, laugh your way through eternity...