Say What? Robin Williams’ Most Iconic Character Voices

Academy Award winner Robin Williams passed away on Monday at the age of 63. A star of the big and small screens, his resume boasts prestigious awards and an entire generation that recognizes him as the witty and fast talking Genie from Disney’s Aladdin. While Williams introduced himself to a new crop of fans by taking a role in the 1992 film, his filmography is peppered with memorable accents, impressions, and voices we just can’t shake.

Below, the 10 most iconic voices of Robin Williams’ many colorful characters.

10. Fender (Robots, 2005)
Williams showed off his impressive voiceover work as Fender, a goofy, discombobulated heap of metal who befriends a younger robot trying to make his way in the world.

9. Theodore Roosevelt (Night at the Museum, 2006)

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