Film Companies Had To Hire Homeless People If They Wanted To Book Robin Williams

Film Companies Had To Hire Homeless People If They Wanted To Book Robin Williams

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Just as classic, also being humane and kind is always fancy. It doesn’t matter how corruption, evil, and fake has taken over society. If you are humane and think for the others, you will be cherished. As the older people say, the rarer the diamond is, the more valuable it becomes. It is the same with these good people. They are more limited but more expensive.

Now, even almost six years after Robin William’s death, he is still cherished, and he is still alive in people’s words. He was the living proof that good always wins the bad.

Brian Lord, a massive fanatic of the popular actor, comedian and philanthropist, shared one emotional story that will warm your heart. He discovered something about Robin Williams that changed his view. Robin Williams required from the company that wanted to book him, to hire a homeless person.

The huge fanatic couldn’t host Dead Poets Society actor, but once he had a chance to approach him, and the rider surprised Lord. The only thing that Robin Williams asked from the company that wanted to book him was to employ a certain number of homeless people. The Hollywood stars usually have impossible demands, and such a humble request was something to appreciate.

Also, Brian said that at the beginning of his career, he must work with the companies for money. But now, he decided to use his clout as an entertainer to make sure that the companies will learn to appreciate and to help other people.

Once you read this, you will never be able to watch a film with Robin Williams the same way.

In 1990, before the Senate, in support of the homeless people Robin Williams Stated:

The problem cannot be denied anymore… I do believe this can work incredibly, from a grassroots level, that the money can get to and prevent, truly prevent, homelessness. That’s where it lies. You can’t keep picking people up; you have to stop them from falling. That’s what I hope. Thank you.

Ricky Gervais said that the actor wanted everyone to be happy because he spent the night on the side of the stage and saw that a lot of comedians laughed louder than the audience. Even when he wasn’t feeling good, he would give his best to make people laugh.

When Robin Williams died, everyone was devastated and shared touching stories for him.

Ben Stiller wrote:

His kindness and generosity are what I think of. How kind he was to anyone who wanted to connect with him. And he could not help but be funny all the time. He would do something as long as it would keep you laughing. He made many, many film crews laugh out loud before the audiences ever saw it. So there is the man and his talent, and I think in his case, both were extraordinary.

The wife of Robin, Susan Schneider, thanked everyone that expressed support and wrote that besides his children, the most significant legacy is the joy and happiness that he offered.

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— Doğa (@dogastnky) September 23, 2019

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