Paying tribute to one of our favourite actors who died yesterday...
We were all been left saddened by the news that one of Hollywood's true greats, actor Robin Williams was found dead in August 2014.
Since bursting on to our screens in Mork and Mindy, Robin Williams made us laugh. His ability to make a scene a million times more funny with a little off the cuff improvisation marked the comedian out as a huge talent early on. But he could take on darker roles too. Who can forget his Oscar-winning turn in Good Will Hunting?
Join us as we look back on his life, through his own words and find out how the world reacted to his death. Scroll down to see the quote on each image...
And we're not the only ones who greatly admired the actor's unmistakeable talent. There's been a huge outpouring of emotion on social media from colleagues and friends of Robin, with many people talking about just how much of an impact he had on their lives.
His daughter, Zelda Williams
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