Folk singer-songwriter, actor and club manager Gil Robbins died on Tuesday in Esteban Cantu, Mexico. He was 80.
If the Hollywood Walk of Fame awarded stars for effort, Tim Robbins would have left his mark on that storied boulevard years ago.
Tim Robbins' appreciation for music began when he was a small child. His father, Gil, was a member of folk's Highwaymen, and his mother, Mary, an actress, sang in the New York Choral Society.
Film critics weigh in on Tim Robbin's performances in "Bull Durham," "The Player," "The Hudsucker Proxy," "The Shawshank Redemption" and "Mystic River."
As an Oscar-winning actor, Tim Robbins has played characters as disparate as a young minor league baseball pitcher ("Bull Durham"), folksinger-turned-corruptician ("Bob Roberts") and blackmailed…
It was in 1998 that Sister Helen Prejean, whose bestselling memoir had inspired director Tim Robbins' 1995 film, suggested he pen a legit adaptation of his screenplay. When he was finished, Robbins…
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In a keynote speech laced with wry irony and winking sarcasm, Tim Robbins managed to slap back at his right-wing critics, recount an entertaining history of radio and TV and urge broadcasters to…
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