Williams had publicly addressed his struggle with alcohol and cocaine many times over the years, but comedy, the desire to get the laugh, land the joke, was also a type of addiction for the performer. Robin Williams in a scene from 'Patch Adams'. Required to perform safe and clean routines in front of primarily white audiences, the comedian had enough of club owners telling him what to do. He had become paranoid, could no longer remember his lines, experienced insomnia, and an impaired sense of smell, Schneider chronicled in a editorial she wrote for the journal Neurology. By late Williams was experiencing symptoms he did not know the cause of. Instead, he sought fulfillment in his roles.
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