Robin Williams’ widow opens up about his death

04 Nov 2015

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Williams has revealed that her husband had health problems

that would have killed him within three years if he had not ended

his own life.

In her first interview since the actor died last August, Susan Williams said her husband was "disintegrating before my eyes".

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"We were living a nightmare," she told Good Morning America.

He had been diagnosed with Parkinson's disease and had signs of a condition known as dementia with Lewy bodies.

"If Robin was lucky, he would've had maybe three years left," Susan Williams said. "And they would've been hard years. And it's a good chance he would've been locked up."

Williams was "completely clean and sober" when he died, his widow said, but was struggling with depression and anxiety.

His physical symptoms included stiffness, slumping, a shuffling gait and "losing his ability in his voice", she said.

"It's one minute, totally lucid… And then five minutes later, he would say something that wasn't... it didn't match."

She describing him as "the bravest man I've ever known".

"But the last month he could not. It was like the dam broke."

Asked whether her husband's suicide was his way of taking back control, she replied: "In my opinion, oh, yeah.

"I mean, there are many reasons. Believe me. I've thought about this. Of what was going on in his mind, what made him ultimately commit... you know, to do that act.

"And I think he was just saying, 'No.' And I don't blame him one bit. I don't blame him one bit."

On 27 February 2015, we wrote...

It's been six months since the sad passing of Robin Williams, and his daughter Zelda Williams has spoken out about how she's dealing with her father's untimely death, her aims of continuing his charity work and why she has a tattoo of a hummingbird in tribute to her dad.

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Talking to NBC's Today show, Zelda said: "You know, it's taking it one step at a time. The world keeps spinning."

The 25-year-old also said: "It's going to take a lot of work to allow myself to have the sort of fun, happy life that I had, but that's important. Anybody who has ever lost anyone works very hard to continue that memory in a positive way."

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On the love the world showed for her dad, she said that people will remember her father for "the characters that he had so much fun being, and that's what's important, and I do think that's what a lot of people will hold on to and that's not going anywhere."

The young actress says she understands "a lot of people feel his absence," and she will present a "Noble Award" that honours her dad's humanitarian work, specifically his devotion to the Challenged Athlete Foundation that help provide prosthetics to disabled athletes.

Zelda also pointed out that her father always enjoyed charity work, mainly because he loved to take people under his wing: "He's done charity as long as he had the wherewithal and the ability to do it. That was what his favourite thing other than comedy really was."

Williams said she doesn't question why her father committed suicide: "I don't think there's a point," she said. "It's not important to ask."

Williams said she got a tattoo of a hummingbird on her right hand because the animal reminds her of her dad: "Hummingbirds are fun and flighty and strange. It's hard to keep them in one place and Dad was a bit like that. Keeping a conversation in one moment was impossible with him."

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On the subject of loss, she said: "There's no point questioning it and no point blaming anyone for it and there's no point blaming yourself or the world or whatever the case may be because it happened and you have to continue to move and you have to continue to live and manage."

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On 3 February 2015, we wrote...

Well, this is pretty heartbreaking.

Robin Williams' children are fighting the actor's wife in a legal battle over his estate and will.

Zak, Zelda and Cody Williams - who were born during his first and second marriages - would like to see the matter resolved "as quickly and efficiently as possible".

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Williams left his estate to his children in a trust, but also asked for provisions to made for his wife, Susan Schneider Williams, whom he married in 2011. She claims that items were removed from their home in California, days after his death, which she claims interfered with the grieving process and filed a lawsuit in January.

She alleges that the children only gave her three days' notice, following his death, before coming to the couple's home and claiming what they believed was theirs. After becoming "frightened of the co-trustees invading her home", she stopped them from entering - which they grew annoyed with as Susan allowed others into the home.

She wishes to keep the tux that Williams wore on their wedding day, as well as his "personal collections of knickknacks and other items that are not associated with his famous persona". The most debated items are his personal belongings including his awards - an Oscar for Good Will Hunting, six Golden Globes, two Emmys and five Grammys. A new version of the will states that the actor's jewellery, clothing and photos accrued before his marriage to his third wife should go to his children, along with his second home in Napa.

Court documents on behalf of Williams' children say they are "heartbroken" by the filing, adding that their father was married to Susan for "less than three years". They claim that she "acted against [their father's] wishes by challenging the plans he so carefully made for his estate" and has used the lawsuit to "prevent them from receiving what their father wanted them to receive".

On 17 December 2014, we wrote...

Zak Williams, the eldest son of the late Robin Williams - has admitted that he misses his father "all the time" and wants to continue his legacy.

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Zak, 31 - whose father committed suicide in August this year at just 63-years-old - has revealed that he and his two siblings, Zelda, 25, and Cody, 23, think about Robin every day. Zak said: "I miss him all the time. "Often I see something or if I'm watching a film, I think, 'Oh, man, he would have appreciated this' or 'He would have gotten a laugh out of this'. "There's not a day that goes by that we don't think about our dad."

Zak also revealed that he has started volunteering at a local prison, so he can follow in his father's footsteps of always giving back. He told People: "It's through helping others that I've begun to heal." Meanwhile, it was recently revealed that the Mrs. Doubtfire actor's children will inherit $50 million after he reportedly left the bulk of his estate to his sons and daughter.

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On 13 October 2014, we wrote...

Robin Williams was suffering from severe depression when he committed suicide - and on World Mental Health Day, his daugher Zelda took to Twitter to post several important messages about depression.

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It is especially admirable that Zelda posted the tweets, given that she was subjected to horrific cyber bullying by internet trolls who claimed to have photos of her father's body.

Raising awareness of mental illness, Zelda wrote:

Today is . Mental illness is often misunderstood & misrepresented, but that's starting to change. Let's end the stigma.

— Zelda Williams (@zeldawilliams)

Mental health IS as important as physical health, & whether there are visible signs or not, the suffering is real. It can affect EVERYONE.

— Zelda Williams (@zeldawilliams)

So please, let's help stop the misconceptions & support those who need our help. Healing the whole starts with healing minds.

— Zelda Williams (@zeldawilliams)

Some wonderful mental health charities:

— Zelda Williams (@zeldawilliams)

No matter what the misinformed say, you can't simply CHOOSE to make mental illness go away. It is NOT cowardly to suffer or seek help.

— Zelda Williams (@zeldawilliams)

Lastly, my dad openly fought depression his whole life, both in general and his own. No matter what anyone says, it is a FIGHT. Fight on.

— Zelda Williams (@zeldawilliams)

We're sure Zelda's Dad would be really proud of her continued efforts to raise awareness of mental illness.

On Friday 26 September 2014, we wrote...

When Robin Williams passed away after committing suicide, many of his fellow co-stars spoke out about how wonderful he was to work with. Now Matt Damon - Robin's co-star in Good Will Hunting - has opened up about Robin's death, and how he hopes it can start a conversation about depression and how serious it is.

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Speaking to Yahoo! News' Katie Couric, Matt said: "Ben (Affleck) and I owe everything to him.

"He said yes to our movie and he got it made. I could never thank him enough. I look around at the life I have and how blessed I feel and so much of it started with him."

The 43-year-old spoke about the moment he heard about his passing: "I was shocked. I hadn't been in touch with him and obviously, he was battling severe depression and I hope it can start a conversation in the country about depression, just how serious it is and what an exceptionally powerful disease that it is."

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He continued: "I think it affected everybody in the country actually. We all felt like we knew him and he was a part of our lives."

The Hollywood star also said that Robin was the "funniest person" that he met and that he had an infectious personality.

He said: "He was the funniest person I ever met in my life. He was the guy who, when the crew was flagging, would stop everything and do 20 minutes of stand-up off the top of his head that literally had everybody on the floor and we were like, 'Ok, let's get back to work'.

"He was amazingly generous with that time he gave to help other people but just in life, if you walked down the street and if somebody stopped him he would talk to that person, he engaged with every single person and he understood at some level, the impact that he had on people. He could see people light up when they saw him.

"I think that is what I carry with me... the joy he brought in my life."

On 23 September 2014, we wrote...

Zelda Williams returned to Twitter yesterday to thank fans and followers for sharing their own stories of loss with her, and giving her hope for the future.

As you might remember, Zelda quit Twitter just days after her dad Robin Williams passed away, after taking his own life. After the horrific day, the 25-year-old received abuse from internet trolls, including some horrific pictures claiming to show her father's body.

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She tweeted in the early hours of yesterday morning: "I just want to say thank you for all the stories and letters I've been receiving, especially from those who've also lost loved ones," she wrote. "I don't come online often, but reading of others who have dealt with this loss & gone on to live happy, full lives is helpful. Truly."

The actress then signed off with a sweet retweet, sharing a wonderful picture of her dad singing with Sesame Street's two-headed monster.

"Bearded sing off," Zelda wrote, before adding a smiley face.

Bearded sing off :) RT welcome back! I wanted to share this with you before you went, I love it.

— Zelda Williams (@zeldawilliams)

On 26 August 2014, we wrote...

Comedian Billy Crystal delivered a touching tribute to his longtime friend Robin Williams during the 66th primetime Emmy awards last night.

"Every time you saw him - on television, in movies, nightclubs, arenas, hospitals, homeless shelters for our troops overseas, and even in a dying girl's living room, for her last wish - he made us laugh. Big time," Billy Crystal said.

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"I spent many happy hours with Robin onstage. The brilliance was astounding, the relentless energy was kind of thrilling. I used to think if I could just put a saddle on him and stay on for eight seconds I'd be all right.

"As genius as he was onstage, he was the greatest friend you could ever imagine: supportive, protective, loving. It's very hard to talk about him in the past, because he was so present in all of our lives."

Williams was nominated for a primetime Emmy award four times but never won.

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"For almost 40 years he was the brightest star in the comedy galaxy, but while some of the brightest of celestial bodies are actually extinct, their molten energy long since cooled, miraculously, because they float in the heavens so far away from us now, their beautiful light will shine on us forever. And the glow will be so bright, it will warm your heart and make your eyes glisten, and you'll think to yourselves, Robin Williams, what a concept."

On 19 August 2014, we wrote...

Mrs. Doubtfire star Mara Wilson (who played Robin Williams' youngest daughter in the classic movie) was too devastated last week to talk about his death, but in a new blog post on her website, she has opened up about working with Robin and recalls the times she has seen him in more recent years.

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The piece is titled 'Remembering Robin' and the full post is .

"Robin Williams, as I knew him, was warm, gentle, expressive, nurturing, and brilliant. While it can be hard for me to remember filming Doubtfire, I've been flooded with memories in the past few days. It's humbling to know I am one of the few people who was there for these moments, that he's no longer around to share them," Mara starts.

She reminisces about times on set working with Robin, saying that he was "a creator as much as a performer", and she also remembers that "Robin would do anything to make me and the other kids laugh."

Due to the fact that Mara left the limelight, she remembers a time that she saw Robin Williams in New York (back when she was a student at NYU) and how he almost didn't recognise the girl in the glasses and the University jumper.

"He told me how grown up I looked and asked how I liked NYU. It was small talk, but something about the way Robin looked at me made it feel like he truly cared. This was someone for whom everything mattered. I wish we had talked more. I wish I had reached out more. Being a Worst Case Scenario kind of person, I've worried so many times about losing so many people I care about, but I never could imagine losing Robin."

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Towards the end of Mara's post she is frank and honesty about Robin, and people affected with mental illness.

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"My grieving has been private. I kept off my public Facebook page and my Twitter and tried to reading or watching avoid any entertainment media. Doing interviews is usually fun and easy for me, but I didn't feel I could do any then. If I was crying seeing Robin's face on the daily news, I would not have been able to keep it together on cable news, and people didn't need to see that.

"Lisa Jakub, my big sister in Doubtfire and my honorary big sister in real life, wrote a beautiful blog post about her experiences with him and was able to appear on TV. She said all the things I couldn't. It reminded me how she handled the Doubtfire 2 announcement a few months back with such grace, while I ended up coming off a lot more brusque and dismissive than I had wanted. Life imitating art, I joked with her: in Doubtfire, she was the more mature older sister, while I was the little one who always blurted out the wrong thing…

"I had thought maybe the next time I saw Robin I would explain myself to him, let him know that I had loved working with him but didn't feel like we could do it again, and that being in major studio films again meant a level of scrutiny I didn't think I could deal with. I wanted to apologise and know he understood. It hurts to know I can't.

"I'm glad people are starting to talk seriously about mental health, depression, and suicide. I've discussed my OCD, anxiety, and depression in the past and will continue to do so more in the future. Mental health needs to be taken as seriously as physical health; the two are inseparable. But I am afraid people will romanticise what Robin went through. Please don't romanticise mental anguish. I know many people who think to be an artist means you have to suffer, or at least wallow in old miseries. It's not only an incorrect assumption - there are comedians who had happy upbringings, I swear - but it will only hurt them and the people who care about them. Artists who struggled with mental illness, trauma, disease, addiction (often the latter is a way of self-medicating after the first three) did not want or welcome it. I don't know if I'd consider myself an artist, but speaking as someone who sometimes makes stuff, my best work is created when I'm content and contemplative, looking back on painful times rather than in the middle of them. To focus on someone's pain instead of their accomplishments is an insult to them. As my friend Patrick put it, a person is a person first and a story second.

"In the past few days I have said 'thanks' and 'I love you' to so many people. I'm fortunate to know people who care and have been so good to me, and it's heartening to know there are so many people who will miss Robin, too. I heard about his death from a comedian friend, and got the specifics from my brother Danny. Both had reasons to love him, and I was glad I heard about it from them rather than the internet. Though once I got on Facebook that night, I was immediately overwhelmed with how many people had kind words to say about him. Many of my friends are comedians who were inspired by him, but others just loved his movies and comedy and had since their childhoods. If you can affect someone when they're young, you are in their heart forever. It is remarkable how many lives Robin touched, and how many people said, just as I had, that he reminded them of their fathers.

"I suppose - could I really end this any other way? - we're all his goddamn kids, too."

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On 15 August 2014, we wrote...

Mara Wilson was five-years-old when she played Robin Williams' daughter Natalie Hillard in Mrs. Doubtfire. On hearing the news of his death at the beginning of the week, she took to Twitter, writing: "Very sad, very upset, very glad I did not have to hear about this though Twitter. Probably going to be taking some time off it for a while."

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Last night the 26-year-old writer, who has removed herself from the acting world, posted a blog titled: Quick Update Regarding Robin Williams.

The longer message on her read:

"Everybody grieves in their own way. When I heard about Robin's death, I was shocked, confused angry, regretful, and above all, sad. All I wanted was to talk to my family and friends and cry. A few news outlets asked if I would be willing to talk about him on the air, and while I usually like interviews, I knew I wasn't in a good place to do that. I still (a whole three days later) don't want to do any. It's too soon, and I need my own time to process it all. I will, however, be sharing some of my memories about him on this blog sometime soon.

Read the full essay at

Earlier, we wrote...

Hollywood is still mourning the death of a legend - the great Robin Williams. The hilarious actor, who sadly died on Monday after taking his own life, has received many tributes from friends, family, celebrity fans, strangers, and his former costars.

Lisa Jakub, who played his teenage daughter in Mrs. Doubtfire, has written a moving blog post about Robin Williams, and describes him as an "incredibly kind human being."

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Lisa played Robin Williams' eldest daughter in the 1993 comedy, and in her post, she recalls how he'd once stood up for her when she was kicked out of her school for going on location to film their movie.

"I explained what had happened, and the next day, he handed me a letter that he wrote to my school," she shared. "He explained that I was just trying to continue my education while pursuing my career. He wrote embarrassingly kind things about my character and my work, and requested that they reconsider and allow me to return to my classes."

She explains that she wasn't invited back, but her school did frame the letter, and hung it in the principal's office - but that wasn't the point. "Robin stood up for me. He was in my corner," she wrote. "I was only 14, but I had already seen that I was in an industry that was full of back-stabbing. And it was entirely clear that Robin had my back."

The two lost touch sometime after Mrs. Doubtfire, but Jakub never forgot his kind gesture. "Even though I had not spoken with Robin in a very long time, I always assumed there would be some future opportunity to tell him that his letter changed my life," she blogged. "It taught me that you stand up for the things that matter. And even if your attempts fail, you tried. You told the truth. You took care of your friends. You fought back."

Jakub's post went on to note some of the sobering statistics about depression, something with which she herself has struggled. "It's real and it's not shameful and there is help available," she wrote. "None of us are alone."

She ended with a call to action, urging readers to reach out to the people who changed their lives before it's too late. "Tell them they made you feel loved and supported," she shared. "That they made you feel like you belonged somewhere and that you were not a freak. Tell them all of that. Tell them today."

Read Jakub's blog in full on her .

Pierce Brosnan, who also starred in Mrs. Doubtfire, paid tribute to the actor on his Facebook page.

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Ben Affleck has also issued a heartfelt tribute to his friend and mentor Robin Williams, thanking his Good Will Hunting costar for "everything."

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"Heartbroken. Thanks chief - for your friendship and for what you gave the world. Robin had a ton of love in him. He personally did so much for so many people. He made Matt and my dreams come true.

"What do you owe a guy who does that? Everything," he added. May you find peace my friend. #Robin Williams."

On 13 August 2014, we wrote...

Zelda Williams, the daughter of the late Robin Williams, has deleted her Twitter account after receiving abuse from horrendous Twitter trolls.

In a post - which she later deleted - the 25-year-old asked her followers to report two users who had sent her hurtful comments about her father as well as Photoshopped images of the late actor after his death, reports Just Jared.

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She then said she was deleting the social networking site from her devices.

"I'm sorry. I should've risen above. Deleting this from my devices for a good long time, maybe forever. Time will tell. Goodbye," she posted to her thousands of followers early Wednesday morning.

She then wrote on her Instagram account: "I will be leaving this account for a but while I heal and decide if I'll be deleting it or not. In this difficult time, please try to be respectful of the accounts of myself, my family and my friends. Mining our accounts for photos of dad, or judging me on the number of them is cruel and unnecessary. There are a couple throughout, but the real private moments I shared with him were precious, quiet, and believe it or not, not full of photos or 'selfies'. I shared him with a world where everyone was taking their photo with him, but I was lucky enough to spend time with him without cameras too. That was more than enough, and I'm grateful for what little time I had. My favorite photos of family are framed in my house, not posted on social media, and they 'll remain there. They would've wound up on the news or blogs then, and they certainly would now. That's not what I want for our memories together. Thank you for your respect and understanding in this difficult time. Goodbye. Xo"

Earlier, we wrote...

Following the untimely death of Robin Williams, his three children, Zak, Zelda and Cody, have released a statement about how their lives will never be the same again. Prepare yourself, you will need a pack of tissues...

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"Yesterday, I lost my father and a best friend and the world got a little greyer. I will carry his heart with me every day. I would ask those that loved him to remember him by being as gentle, kind, and generous as he would be. Seek to bring joy to the world as he sought," Zak Williams, 31, wrote.

"My family has always been private about our time spent together. It was our way of keeping one thing that was ours, with a man we shared with an entire world. But now that's gone, and I feel stripped bare. My last day with him was his birthday, and I will be forever grateful that my brothers and I got to spend that time alone with him, sharing gifts and laughter. He was always warm, even in his darkest moments. While I'll never, ever understand how he could be loved so deeply and not find it in his heart to stay, there's minor comfort in knowing our grief and loss, in some small way, is shared with millions. It doesn't help the pain, but at least it's a burden countless others now know we carry, and so many have offered to help lighten the load. Thank you for that. To those he touched who are sending kind words, know that one of his favourite things in the world was to make you all laugh. As for those who are sending negativity, know that some small, giggling part of him is sending a flock of pigeons to your house to poop on your car. Right after you've had it washed. After all, he loved to laugh too… Dad was, is and always will be one of the kindest, most generous, gentlest souls I've ever known, and while there are few things I know for certain right now, one of them is that not just my world, but the entire world is forever a little darker, less colourful and less full of laughter in his absence. We'll just have to work twice as hard to fill it back up again," Zelda Williams, the actor's only daughter, 25, wrote.

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"There are no words strong enough to describe the love and respect I have for my father. The world will never be the same without him. I will miss him and take him with me everywhere I go for the rest of my life, and will look forward, forever, to the moment when I get to see him again," Cody Williams, 22, wrote.

Williams' ex-wife Marsha Garces Williams also released a statement: "My heart is split wide open and scattered over the planet with all of you. Please remember the gentle, loving, generous -- and yes, brilliant and funny man that was Robin Williams. My arms are wrapped around our children as we attempt to grapple with celebrating the man we love, while dealing with this immeasurable loss."

If you are struggling with depression, help is at hand. Visit GlamourMagazine.co.uk/depression for more information.

On 12 August 2014, we wrote...

Sarah Michelle Gellar played Robin Williams' daughter in the TV series, The Crazy Ones. This morning the 37-year-old actress tweeted a picture montage, but didn't add a caption. But now, she has released a statement about her former co-star.

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She said: "My life is a better place because I knew Robin Williams.

"To my children he was Uncle Robin, to everyone he worked with, he was the best boss anyone had ever known, and to me he was not just an inspiration but he was the Father I had always dreamed of having.

"There are not enough adjectives to describe the light he was, to anyone that ever had the pleasure to meet him.

"I will miss him everyday, but I know the memory of him will live on. And to his family, I thank them for letting us know him and seeing the joy they brought him. Us crazy ones love you."

She then finished with a quote, "God, grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change, the courage to change the things I can, and the wisdom to know the difference."

— Sarah Michelle (@SarahMGellar)

Sarah and Robin starred in The Crazy Ones for one season, before it was cancelled in May.

Earlier, we wrote...

The news of Robin Williams' death has affected not just his family, his friends, his co-stars or the long list of celebrity fans - it's affected everyone who has grown up watching his movies, those of us who laughed at his jokes and appreciated his brilliant work.

The 63-year-old actor was known for his roles in Mrs Doubtfire, Good Morning Vietnam, Dead Poet's Society, not to mention the movie he won an Oscar for back in 1998, Good Will Hunting.

Scroll down to read the tributes from his friends, costars, and celebrity fans...

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In a statement, Robin's wife, Susan Schneider, said she was "utterly heartbroken".

"On behalf of Robin's family, we are asking for privacy during our time of profound grief. As he is remembered, it is our hope the focus will not be on Robin's death, but on the countless moments of joy and laughter he gave to millions."

His publicist said he had been "battling severe depression". In the past Robin had talked, and joked, about his struggles with drugs and alcohol.

It was recently reported that Robin Williams returned to a rehabilitation centre to "fine-tune" his sobriety.

"At this time, the Sheriff's Office Coroner Division suspects the death to be a suicide due to asphyxia, but a comprehensive investigation must be completed before a final determination is made," police said in a statement.

President Barack Obama was one of many offering condolences to his family when he said: "Williams arrived in our lives as an alien - but he ended up touching every element of the human spirit.

"He made us laugh. He made us cry. He gave his immeasurable talent freely and generously to those who needed it most - from our troops stationed abroad to the marginalised on our own streets."

Ellen DeGeneres tweeted...

I can’t believe the news about Robin Williams. He gave so much to so many people. I’m heartbroken.

— Ellen DeGeneres (@TheEllenShow)

Robin's Mrs Doubtfire co-star Sally Field said in a statement: "I feel stunned and so sad about Robin. I'm sad for the world of comedy. And so very sad for his family. And I'm sad for Robin. He always lit up when he was able to make people laugh, and he made them laugh his whole life long.... tirelessly. He was one of a kind. There will not be another. Please God, let him now rest in peace."

Mara Wilson, who played his daughter in Mrs Doubtfire, tweeted: "Very sad, very upset, very glad I did not have to hear about this though Twitter. Probably going to be taking some time off it for a while."

Robin Williams' The Crazy Ones co-star Sarah Michelle Gellar tweeted this picture, but with no caption.

— Sarah Michelle (@SarahMGellar)

Ben Stiller tweeted: "A tweet cannot begin to describe the hugeness of Robin Williams heart and soul and talent. This is so sad. #RobinWilliams. I met him when I was 13 and a huge fan and he was so kind and I watched him be kind to every fan i ever saw him with...And with other actors he was so generous and brilliant. He made everyone feel special and equal around him even though he was the genius...His heart was so big and even if you didn't know him, what he gave everyone was that same spirit in his work, so we all felt it…His impact on the world was so positive. He did so much good for people. He made me and so many people laugh so hard for a very long time. And because they don't really tweet, this message represents all the Stillers (Jerry, Anne and Amy) who Robin was a great friend to. Xxxxx"

Lindsay Lohan: "Mr. Williams visited me the first day of filming The Parent Trap. I will never forget his kindness. What an enormous loss. My condolences."

Anna Kendrick: "O Captain! My Captain! Rise up and hear the bells. Rise up, for you the flag is flung, for you the bugle trills."

Chris Colfer:

Robin Williams was my hero growing up. You know someone is special when the whole world considers them family.

— Chris Colfer (@chriscolfer)

Lea Michele:

So heartbreaking to hear the terribly sad news about the amazing Robin Williams, thank you for bringing so much laughter and joy to us all.

— Lea Michele (@LeaMichele)

Rihanna:

Heartbreaking news about the late Robin Williams. May his soul now be at peace!

— Rihanna (@rihanna)

Mindy Kaling:

I am named after a character from a Robin Williams TV show when my parents still lived in Africa. He meant so much, to so many, so far away.

— Mindy Kaling (@mindykaling)

Lena Dunham:

Just shared a moment of silence on the set for Robin Williams, a man who brought so much laughter, joy and healing to so many.

— Lena Dunham (@lenadunham)

Steve Carrell:

Robin Williams made the world a little bit better. RIP.

— Steve Carell (@SteveCarell)

Jared Leto:

Thank you to the beautifully original + brave artist that is . You taught us how to stand on the edge, fearless, + shine.

— JARED LETO (@JaredLeto)

Robin's final Instagram picture was two weeks ago, and was a throwback Thursday for his daughter's birthday. He captioned the picture: "#tbt and Happy Birthday to Ms. Zelda Rae Williams! Quarter of a century old today but always my baby girl. Happy Birthday Love you!"

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Hours after his death, Zelda took to Instagram with this picture:

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RIP Robin Williams.

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Узнайте про авторитетный веб портал , он описывает в статьях про свадебные салоны в киеве.