Where was Robin Williams childhood home?
Did Robin Williams have any siblings?
Who are Robin Williams children?
Where was Robin Williams born in Chicago?
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He lived in the Lake Forest-Lake Bluff area until he was 8 years old. Below is his class picture at Deer Path Middle School in Lake Forest. He also attended the Gorton School (now Gorton Community Center.)
In late 1963, when Williams was 12, his father was transferred to Detroit. The family lived in a 40-room farmhouse on 20 acres in suburban Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, where he was a student at the private Detroit Country Day School.
The 63-year-old Williams was born in Chicago, but told the Chicago Tribune in an 1988 interview that he moved to Metro Detroit when he was “5 or 6.” He was a student at Detroit Country Day School and lived for a while with his family in Bloomfield Hills.
St. Luke’s Hospital
Robin Williams/Place of birth
Robin McLaurin Williams came into the world on July 21st, 1951. Born at St. Luke’s Hospital in Chicago, Illinois he was the only child of Laurie and Robert Williams. The family was wealthy, with Robert being a senior executive at the Ford Motor Company.
He’s recalling his own childhood in Bloomfield Hills in a home at the corner of Woodward and Long Lake, which, in his memory, was little short of a fairyland. “It was a giant, beautiful old mansion, with a gatehouse, an empty garage with room for 25 cars, barns, and there was a very wonderful old English man, Mr.