Robin Williams was reportedly struggling with some serious financial troubles in the months leading up to his death.
According to a family friend, who had spoken to the Oscar-winning actor on the phone shortly before his death, he was worried about his “serious” problems with money.
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It’s also claimed that his money issues had pushed him to take on some roles that he wasn’t totally happy about in the later stages of his career.
Robin will appear posthumously in the third instalment of the ‘Night At The Museum’ franchise, as well as ‘Absolutely Anything’, in which he provides the voice of Dennis the Dog.
The actor was found dead at his home in California on Monday, at the age of 63, with police later confirming he had taken his own life.
A whole host of celebrities including David Walliams, Lady Gaga, Simon Cowell and Ben Stiller have all publicly shared their condolences, while his daughter Zelda announced on Wednesday that she would be leaving Twitter after being on the receiving end of abuse, following his death.
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