The stories about the life that Robin Williams led off the camera continue to come out as people reflect on memories with him after his tragic death. Check this out…
Before Robin Williams took his own life last week, the Oscar-winning actor recorded a video message of hope, support and ‘love’ to a woman in a hospice with a terminal illness.
When 21-year-old Vivian Waller was diagnosed in January with lung, bowel and liver cancer, she included a meeting with Williams on a ‘bucket list’ of the things she hoped to achieve before she died.
Her condition deteriorated and she was too sick to travel from her native Auckland, New Zealand, to America, so one of her friends contacted the 63-year-old comedian and he agreed to record a short video clip which he emailed to the family a few months ago.
‘Hi Vivian . . . it’s Robin Williams here saying, “Hey girl, what’s going on down there in New Zealand?”,’ Williams says in the message.
‘I’m sending all my love to you . . . knock this off your bucket list.’
Williams (pictured blowing Vivian a kiss) then broke into brief song, explaining that he’s ‘channelling Matthew McConaughey’ [the dashing actor] before signing off with — ‘much love to you, baby’.
Read more: Daily Mail
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