Robin Williams: The 5 saddest scenes he did

Robin Williams, a character who is torn between the sadness of his life and the smile that had to give the film camera. A face two colors in true Roman art, lived on the edge of tragedy and mask of a smile.

He was born on July 21, 1951 in Chicago Illinois. He earned an Oscar for Best Actor in Good Will Hunting five Golden Globes. It was one of the favorite sons of Tinseltown, especially in comedy tapes, but also held roles in dramatic tones tapes.

It is known that during his life he had problems with drugs and alcohol, in addition to its strong preference for cocaine; coupled with the difficulties of depression that plagued him throughout his life and to whom they say, he sought help too late.

Williams was found dead at his home in Tiburon California on August 11, 2014, and confirmed that it was a suicide. The actor was hanged, police found a knife wounds to his wrists.

To remind Robin Williams as one of the best actors of Hollywood, we bring a selection of her best scenes, those considered to be the most sad and touching.

1. Dead Poets Society

2. Flubber

3. Good Will Hunting

4. What Dreams May Come

5. Patch Adams