Garp, Vietnam, Birdcage; in that order.
I'm not ruling this out of course, that's what the coroner will do. But if I was a betting man, I'm betting on his illness.
A small tidbit that speaks to who he was...
Robin Williams dead at 63 in suspected suicide | Fox NewsWilliams publicly struggled with addiction during his career and most recently went to rehab in June to “fine tune” his sobriety, his rep said at the time.
The rehab stint would have gone unnoticed, except that the comedian opted to pose with a fan for a photo at a Dairy Queen near the facility, and the picture eventually went viral.
If you haven't seen it, his movie "What Dreams May Come" from 1998 has many connections to him dying today. Maybe that was too strong, but it is a good watch about him dying and saving his wife from hell.
What Dreams May Come (1998) - IMDb
This is just wrong.
"What Dreams May Come" is now all the more poignant, and yet, we can really hope now, that it will come true for Robin, and his friend Christopher Reeve will lift him out and up.
When the election is over and we open our eyes, it will sadly be too late to wonder what the hell just happened.