Trailer for ‘Robin Williams: Come Inside My Mind’

Robin Williams Come Inside My Mind’ explores the stormy life of the comic genius

Robin Williams Come Inside My Mind’ explores the stormy life of the comic genius

The actor was known for making everyone laugh, be it as a stand up comedian or from his many many roles in movies like Mrs. Doubtfire, Popeye and Aladdin.

Williams died by taking his own life in August 2014 when he was 63 years of age.

Robin Williams: Come Inside My Mind gets its debuting airing on HBO on 16 July.

This infamous Robin Williams quote does not appear in the above trailer from HBO's upcoming documentary about the comedy juggernaut's life, but the sentiment is definitely present. Perhaps to show where the idea for the documentary's name came from.

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Robin Williams was an award-winning actor, comedian and literally one of the funniest people in the world.

"You're only given a little spark of madness and if you lose that, you're nothing", the late Williams says in the first trailer. "Every person is driven by some deep, deep, deep, deep, deep, deep secret", Williams says in a voice-over. "Off stage, I just felt he was holding himself together", he says.

The documentary explores Williams' extraordinary life and career, revealing what drove him to give voice to the characters in his mind. The doc features new interviews with Lewis Black, Billy Crystal, Pam Dawber, Whoopi Goldberg, Eric Idle, David Letterman, Steve Martin, David Steinberg, Zak Williams, and more.

Not only does the documentary use ample footage of Williams taken from interviews and standup shows, it includes insight from those who knew him well.

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