Did Robin Williams Act in Movies with ‘Daughter’ Mara Wilson?


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In February 2021, an internet commercial appeared to trace that Nineteen Nineties little one actress Mara Wilson was comic Robin Williams’ daughter.

Mara Wilson portrayed Natalie Hillard in the 1993 movie, “Mrs. Doubtfire.” Her father, Daniel, was performed by Robin Williams.

The commercial was deceptive. Here’s why this image was doubtless chosen to be displayed in this occasion.

Wilson’s childhood face was doubtless acquainted to many readers. In the Nineteen Nineties, she starred in “Miracle on 34th Street” and “Matilda.” Before these two movies, she acted alongside Williams in “Mrs. Doubtfire.” In the 1993 basic, they portrayed a father and daughter. However, the 2 aren’t associated in actual life.

Readers who clicked the advert have been led to a prolonged slideshow article with a number of pages. Robin Williams and his actual daughter, Zelda Williams, lastly confirmed up on pages 34 and 35.

While it was deceptive to lure readers with an image of Wilson, it’s true that Williams acted with his actual daughter.

Zelda Williams had a small position in the 1995 film “Nine Months,” as “Little Girl #3 in Ballet Class.” Her father performed a extra distinguished position as a health care provider.

In 2004, David Duchovny directed, wrote, and starred in “House of D.” The movie additionally starred the late Anton Yelchin and Robin Williams. And Zelda Williams had a job in the film. The trio appeared in a number of scenes.

In 2011, Robin Williams and Zelda Williams appeared in television commercials for Nintendo’s “The Legend of Zelda” video video games.

They additionally sat all the way down to discuss how Zelda was named after the online game franchise.

Three years later, Williams tragically died. On Aug. 11, 2014, The Associated Press reported his demise as a suicide:

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Robin Williams, an excellent shapeshifter who might channel his frenetic power into pleasant comedian characters like “Mrs. Doubtfire” or harness it into richly nuanced work like his Oscar-winning flip in “Good Will Hunting,” died Monday in an obvious suicide. He was 63.

Williams was pronounced lifeless at his San Francisco Bay Area house Monday, based on the sheriff’s workplace in Marin County, north of San Francisco. The sheriff’s workplace stated the preliminary investigation reveals the reason for demise to be a suicide as a result of asphyxia.

Near the tip of the net commercial story, it was famous that in addition to Williams’ spouse, Susan, he was survived by his daughter, Zelda, and his two sons, Zachary and Cody.

We beforehand reported a couple of equally deceptive advert that appeared to assert Keanu Reeves was Sandra Bullock’s son.




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