Remembering Robin Williams: A Selection Of His Best Ads

Remembering Robin Williams: A Selection Of His Best Ads
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robin williams was best known for roles in iconic films such as The Dead Poets Society, mrs. doubtfire, jumanji and bicentennial man. But the actor and comedian also lent his famous voice to a number of advertising spots.

Williams, who was 63-years-old, was found dead in his California home today. The popular performer reportedly took his own life.

Here is a collection of Williams’ best ads.

The Legend of Zelda

The Oscar-winning actor appeared in a series of ads for Nintendo after he said his daughter, Zelda Williams, was named after the princess in the Legend of Zelda game.

Your Verse

Here Williams narrates an ad for iPad Air. It features Williams’ dialogue from the 1989 film Dead Poets Society and also pulls quotes from Walt Whitman’s ‘O Me! O Life!’ poem.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jiyIcz7wUH0

Eat a Snickers

In this spot Williams plays the hungry alter-ego of a football coach.

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