Tributes and stories have been pouring in from around the world since the untimely passing of actor/comedian Robin Williams earlier this week. Friends, colleagues, admirers, and fans of the late Oscar-winner have been sharing remembrances both online and on television.
Unsurprisingly, YouTube has been a popular forum for remembering Williams. Tribute videos featuring clips from some of the actor’s most beloved films (like “Aladdin,” “Mrs. Doubtfire,” “Good Will Hunting,” and others) are popping up left and right. The tribute montage above is a nice showcase of Williams’ dramatic abilities, but for those who want to remember the comic actor with a laugh there are plenty of videos showcasing his funnier side as well, including this one:
Twitter has also been a hotbed of remembrance for Williams. The trending hashtag #RIPRobinWilliams is full of anecdotes about favourite Williams moments or performances and personal encounters people had with the actor. Canadian comedian NormRead More »from Fans create video tributes to Robin Williams