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Contributed by Robin D. Williams Robin D. Williams

After traveling the world for ten years and working as a tour leader, Robin attended the Brooks Institute of Photography in Santa Barbara, California. There he was immediately picked up by a booking agent and was sent all over the USA to show his films.

His father was the author, David Wynn, who wrote the best seller “THE WORLD MY OYSTER” (Rich & Cowan-London) where he relates his journeys on camel caravans in Turkestan, Uzbekistan and Afghanistan in the 1930s. Robin’s father was a real adventurer and was purported to be the very first American to enter Afghanistan.

Robin D. Williams' film programs have been entertaining audiences in the United States and Canada since 1967 and he has been a regular on the National Geographic Society’s Film Lecture Series since 1972. He is noted for his effervescent stage presence and clarity of voice.

Robin has sailed the English Channel and the French Canal System, traced The Roman Empire throughout the Mediterranean Sea on a converted Scottish trawler, tracked St.Paul’s Journeys through Asia, followed Christopher Columbus from Genoa to the New World, skillfully recreated Mozart’s trip through Italy, replicated Lindbergh’s flight to Paris, retraced Lewis & Clark from their boyhood homes in Virginia to the mouth of the Columbia River, and methodically searched throughout Turkey and unveiled dozens of Biblical Treasures.

A boundless fascination for ancient and modern history and its characters has moved Robin to produce his feature documentaries.

ROBIN D WILLIAMS

"Will this Robin Williams ever effect my career?" I was to find out a few years later.   Read More
Posted by Robin D. Williams in The Travel Adventurers July 19, 2017

Filmaker's Outrageous Joke Jump-Starts His Next Film Epic

I asked myself how much I knew about Christopher Columbus. I knew five things. I knew he was born in Genoa. I knew the names of the three ships. I knew the date—1492. I knew the name of the island where he made his first landfall. I knew the names of the Catholic sovereigns who helped him—Ferdinand and Isabella. I knew nothing else.   Read More
Posted by Robin D. Williams in Blogs April 08, 2013

Hop On Robin's Tour Bus

The large woman over there was a famous actress and the first black actress to receive the Academy Award for her role as the Nanny in "Gone With the Wind." This is my way of showing my tour members a home of a real movie star.   Read More
Posted by Robin D. Williams in Blogs August 12, 2011

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