Not long after Oliver Sacks wrote the bestseller, “The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat,” and just before his 1973 memoir “Awakenings” made its movie debut starring Robin Williams, “The MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour” interviewed the famed neurologist. Continue reading ? The post WATCH: 26 years ago, Oliver Sacks wanted to be remembered like this appeared first on PBS NewsHour.
Mental illness. Physical illness. Why do we react to and treat them so differently? And what harm does that do? The post Robin Williams and Mental Health Stigma appeared first on The Good Men Project.
After years of dominating the tennis scene, Serena Williams' busy schedule leaves her little time to deal with the haters. In an interview with "Good Morning America" co-anchor Robin Roberts, the tennis superstar opened up about howShow More Summary
Robin Williams’ family is still battling it out in court over portions of the late actor’s estate. Williams’ wife, Susan Williams, has been accused by Williams’ children from a previous marriage of holding on to property that is legally theirs. Show More Summary
Oliver Sacks, 82, the brilliant neurologist played in fictionalized form by Robin Williams in 1990’s Awakenings, died of cancer Sunday in New York City. His death, confirmed by an assistant, was expected: Sacks had written about coming...Show More Summary
Oliver Sacks, the influential neurologist best known for his books The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat and Awakenings (the latter of which was adapted into a movie starring the late Robin Williams and was nominated for three oscars) has died at the age of 82. Show More Summary
Neurologist Oliver Sacks, who wrote the book Awakenings and was portrayed by Robin Williams in the 1990 movie of the same name, died Sunday at his home in New York City, The Associated Press reports. He was 82. In February, Sacks announced that he was terminally ill, suffering from a rare form of eye... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Oliver Sacks Awakenings
The neurologist, played by Robin Williams in the 1990? film, ennobled his patients in books that were read by millions.
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The wife of Robin Williams and his children have agreed to meet in private next week to discuss how they can resolve disagreements over the late actor's estate.
Robin Williams' family is still feuding over his estate, and his large bike collection is one of the things in dispute. The actor loved biking and was known to frequent local bike shops near where he lived in California's Marin County. As his widow fights with his children over what...
It’s always a strange and sad spectacle to see the family members of the deceased to fight over money and material possessions. And as of late, Robin Williams’ widow, Susan Williams, and his children are a sad display of what it looks like when money trumps mourning. Susan and Robin’s children have been fighting over the estate of the late actor. Show More Summary
Robin Williams' widow and his three kids are still warring over his possessions, including his super-expensive collection of bicycles. The attorney for Susan Williams, Robin's widow was in court Friday morning... asking a San…
Attorneys representing the widow and children of the late Robin Williams were expected to face off in court today in California, the AP reports, with Williams’ widow in a legal battle with three children of the comedian from former marriages....
After saying and doing some truly horrible things last year, CeeLo is attempting to make some kind of comeback, something he started with the craven and awful song “Robin Williams” earlier this summer. This morning, he shared another single, and while it’s nowhere near as deeply shitty as “Robin Williams,” it’s a long way away […]
Robin Williams was on this planet for too short a time. As much as we miss him, he didn't leave us completely. He still exists in his movies. Looking back at his performances, I wonder if Robin Williams was trying to tell us something. Show More Summary
Even Iron Maiden, celebrated celebrator of the number of the beast, felt a little sad when Robin Williams died. At least, that’s the story behind “Tears Of A Clown,” a song off the group’s new record that vocalist Bruce Dickinson says is dedicated to the legendary funnyman. Show More Summary
There are many ways to combat the bigots of the Westboro Baptist Church. You know, those religious zealots who protested Robin Williams' funeral and who go around screaming how "God hates fags," among other hateful chants. You can take...Show More Summary
English heavy metal band Iron Maiden are releasing their 16th studio album, The Book of Souls, next month. There have been talks about the different songs included in the album, and Iron Maiden’s lead vocalist, Bruce Dickinson, revealed...Show More Summary
"I ask myself how could he be so depressed when he always seemed to be so happy."