Are you a Robin Williams fan? You’ll be thrilled to hear that the estate of the late comedian just launched an official YouTube channel, featuring Williams’ most memorable clips from his stand-up shows.
E! News reports that Time Life and the Robin Williams Estate merged to launch the channel which is also expected to feature interviews with the star’s family and friends.
What You’ll Find There
If you click over to the new Robin Williams YouTube channel, you’ll see that the page already has clips of his 2002 HBO special, Live on Broadway.
You’ll also find a brief clip from his 1974 HBO Special, Off the Wall.
“You’re only given a little spark of madness, and if you lose that… you’re nothing,” Williams’ shared in the throwback clip.
Fond Memories, Lingering Heartache
Lewis Black, a close friend of Williams, also appears in a personal video on the channel.
Williams, whose death was ruled as suicide, leaves many fond memories with his friend, but Williams’ wife continues to dig deeper surrounding his death.
“I’ve spent this last year trying to find out what killed Robin,” his wife Susan Schneider told People. “Depression was one of let’s call it 50 symptoms, and it was a small one.”
Daughter Zelda Is Also Taking A Trip Down Memory Lane
Last night, Zelda Williams took to Twitter to share a snap of her late father wearing vintage glasses at the premiere of Flubber, and she admired that eccentricity.
“Dad casually, daily wore things I have never seen another person dare wear, and I have always respected that flex,” she wrote on Twitter.