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We are still so saddened and shocked over the sudden loss of so funny and kindhearted a man as Robin Williams.
The late, great actor has been paid tribute by actor and President alike, and now his own children have released their own statements on his passing.
Robin's daughter Zelda Williams had already shared some poetry over the loss of her father, but she also gave her own thoughts on his death:
Since yesterday, the world has been wondering how a man who brought smiles to so many could be in such serious personal pain.
The 63-year-old actor was “a comedic Mother Theresa” according to one of the families he went to visit in the hospital. David Buist, who suffered from T-cell lymphoma, went to visit a Ronald McDonald House before he even knew that anything was wrong with him. That’s where he met Robin, who continued to call and check in on David after his diagnosis.
David’s uncle explained:
Hollywood had lost yet another one of its brightest stars.
According to one of her family members, Lauren Bacall, one of cinema's greats, has passed away.
Apparently the late actress died after suffering a massive stroke this morning in her home.
Someone is doing damage control!
Shepard Smith has issued an apology today for calling Robin Williams a coward yesterday after finding out the actor committed suicide.
The FOX News anchor was covering the story less than eight hours after reports of the death surfaced, when he started to talk about how Robin's children must be feeling.
Shepard originally reported:
We still can't believe he's actually gone.
As most turn to remember him for the happy-go-lucky comedian that he was, we're also reminded that he was clearly struggling with many demons.
Russell Brand wrote a particularly important piece in The Guardian that brought up a lot of important points.
He touched on the impact Robin had on himself and on the world, but also reminds everyone about the realities of struggling with something like depression. He wrote:
One of those is Dante Basco aka the boy who played Rufio in Hook.
Filled with sadness upon hearing the news of Robin's death, he took to his blog to write a heartfelt tribute to the actor.
Among many more touching words, Dante said:
'Although working with him changed my life, in truth, he impacted me several years before when Dead Poet’s Society became one of my favorite films and really started me being interested in poetry, at which I later became a poet.
I was lucky to work with him as an actor and witness first hand the magic of what made him a legend, the wit and other worldly improv skills. As well as see him single handedly put the morale of a movie set, easily hundreds of people, on his shoulders and kept everyone laughing as they worked long hours for what seemed like months on end…'
Wow. We just can't imagine the pain everyone feels at the news.
It's clear that Robin really DID have a HUGE impact on everyone he worked with.
Bangarang, Robin, bangarang.
Just so awful.
Now, Nathan Lane, Robin's co-star in The Birdcage, spoke out about his untimely and tragic death, and his words made us truly feel the weight of a loss of such a comedic talent: