Hard to say Good-bye to a Wonderful Talent

Last year, we featured actor Robin Williams, star of the “Crarobin 2zy Ones” show about a creative agency, holding a Mobius statuette in the Oct. 31 episode. Williams’ character, Simon, had been nominated for the Impact Award for Advertiser of the Year, and Robin grabbed a previous award — the Mobius Statuette — to practice his acceptance speech.
To the staff at Mobius Awards, he already was a winner and remained a winner after the show was cancelled. Robin Williams brought us much joy in many roles. One of us is a neighbor of Adrian Cronauer, who inspired the role Williams portrayed in “Good Morning, Vietnam,” and who spoke so fondly of the actor in his published tribute.
Farewell, Robin. We are sorry you battled personal demons, but you certainly helped everyone else with your tremendous talent.

About mobiusawards

Mobius Awards, established in 1971, is one of the world’s oldest independent international advertising competitions. Each year, the competition recognizes outstanding work in Brochure/Book, Cinema-In-flight, Direct, Mixed Media Campaign, New Media, Online, Outdoor, Package Design, Photography, Point-of-Purchase, Print, Radio, Television, and Student.
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