Actor-comedian Robin Williams has been forced to cancel all four South Florida performances of his one-man show "Weapons of Self Destruction" as he has been hospitalized with shortness of breath. Per Miami Herald, the Oscar-winning star currently is treated at an undisclosed Miami hospital.
Robin, 57, has been on an 80-city tour since September and has done shows in 11 cities over the past three weeks. His show was scheduled to take place in Hollywood, Fla. on Wednesday and Thursday, March 4 and 5 respectively, in Orlando on March 6 and in Tampa the following day, March 7.
Recommended by doctors to have a week of rest, Robin will thus have his four canceled shows rescheduled with tickets for those performances to be honored at the new ones. He is expected to retake the stage Monday, March 9 in Jacksonville.
Robin Williams won his first Academy Award for his performance in the 1997 film "Good Will Hunting." As of late, he became the subject of media consumption due to his divorce case with estranged wife Marsha Garces.