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After cleaning out some old videos from his office, cinematographer Jim Standridge came across this footage he recorded while traveling with Katy Perry on her first tour as an artist in 2001.
1. Robin Williams attended The Juilliard School like other famous alumni such as, Kevin Spacey, Kelly McGillis, Kelsey Grammer, and Val Kilmer.
2. Robin Williams won his audition for Mork and Mindy by standing on his head when asked to sit down.
3. Williams stepped out of character in a tense, low-key thriller movie called One Hour Photo. It was creepy. Check it out.
4. Williams, along with Billy Crystal, appeared in a cameo together at the beginning of an episode of the third season of Friends.
5. While studying at Juilliard, Williams befriended Christopher Reeve. They had several classes together in which they were the only students, and they remained good friends for the rest of Reeve’s life. Williams visited Reeve after the horse riding accident that rendered him a quadriplegic, and cheered him up by pretending to be an eccentric Russian doctor (similar to his role in Nine Months). Williams claimed that he was there to perform a colonoscopy. Reeve stated that he laughed for the first time since the accident and knew that life was going to be okay.
6. Williams was a member of the Episcopal Church. He described his denomination in a comedy routine as “Catholic Lite—same rituals, half the guilt.”
7. Williams was an avid enthusiast of video games, even naming two of his children after game characters.
8. The majority of the dialogue in the Disney film “Aladdin” was ad-libbed by Robin Williams.
9. “Doctor Who” and “Star Trek” are listed as two of Robin Williams’ favorite television shows.
10. Denzel Washington was preferred over Robin Williams in the lead role of Joe Miller in “Philadelphia”.
The country tribute album “Nashville Outlaws: A Tribute To Mötley Crüe” will be released on August 19 via Big Machine Records, Mötley Records and Eleven Seven Music. The project will feature fresh takes on 15 of MÖTLEY CRÜE‘s biggest hits covered by some of country music’s biggest names, including FLORIDA GEORGIA LINE, Justin Moore, BIG & RICH, LeAnn Rimes, Gretchen Wilson, Darius Rucker, Rascal Flatts and more.
“Nashville Outlaws: A Tribute To Mötley Crüe” track listing:
01. RASCAL FLATTS – “Kickstart My Heart”
02. FLORIDA GEORGIA LINE – “If I Die Tomorrow”
03. LEANN RIMES – “Smokin’ In The Boys Room”
04. JUSTIN MOORE – “Home Sweet Home”
05. CASSADDE POPE WITH ROBIN ZANDER – “The Animal In Me”
06. AARON LEWIS – “Afraid”
07. BIG & RICH – “SOS”
08. SAM PALLADIO AND CLARE BOWEN – “Without You”
09. ELI YOUNG BAND – “Don’t Go Away Mad”
10. LAUREN JENKINS – “Looks That Kill”
11. THE CADILLAC THREE – “Live Wire”
12. THE MAVERICKS – “Dr. Feelgood”
13. BRANTLEY GILBERT – “Girls, Girls, Girls”
14. GRETCHEN WILSON – “Wild Side”
15. DARIUS RUCKER – “Time For Change”
Christian Hip Hop has a large enough fan base today to land rappers on the Billboard charts next to Rick Ross, Drake, and Kendrick Lamar. Christian Hip Hop is now infiltrating the mainstream in a big way and Rizen is helping pave the straight and narrow path. RIZEN was born in Brooklyn & raised in South Jamaica Queens.
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