Fans Remember Robin Williams on His 72nd Birthday With Profound Tributes

Fans of the late, great Robin Williams are remembering him today, July 21, 2023, on what would have been his 72nd birthday.
The actor's name began trending on Twitter today, with over 12 thousand new tweets rolling in reflecting on his greatest hits and massive talents.

From projects like Good Morning Vietnam (1987), Dead Poets Society (1989), Mrs. Doubtfire (1993), Good Will Hunting (1997), Mork & Mindy (1978), and all that fell around them, Williams was an expert at infusing joy throughout his fanbase with the lighter films and striking thoughtful responses with the more serious.

Today, that fanbase is taking to Twitter to mourn his loss nine years later and celebrate his beloved filmography.

Actor Michael Warburton uploaded a clip and a quote from Dead Poets Society, writing, "What will your verse be?”

"I will love this film until my dying day," one fan responded. "It still makes me cry just thinking about it."

A film and TV editor going by "The Sting" on Twitter uploaded a montage of Williams' work, which another fan called a "beautifully constructed tribute."

Another declared that the actor "should be trending every day."

Someone else shared a photo of a mural painted on the side of a building in his birth city of Chicago, which features a photo-realistic image of his face surrounded by the genie from Aladdin, which he voiced.

Another touchingly imagined Tony Bennett, who passed away earlier this morning, serenading him with a birthday song.

Others called for folks to check in on their loved ones often.

The comedic legend was just 63 years old when he died by suicide in 2014, after a severe battle with depression amid the early stages of Parkinson's Disease.

As his son Zak said at the time, "the world got a little grayer."

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