Feedback
News
gallery

You Were Loved’: Nation Pays Tribute to Late Robin Williams

Comedians, politicians and fans collectively mourned the death of actor Robin Williams this week, whose suicide prompted an outpouring of tributes.

Comedians, politicians and several generations of fans collectively mourned the death of Robin Williams, the actor famous for his frenetic and freewheeling comedy whose suicide on Monday, at the age of 63, prompted an outpouring of tributes.

In the photo above, flowers are seen on Robin Williams' star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in Los Angeles, Calif., on Aug. 12, 2014.

Lucy Nicholson / X90050

A woman looks at an impromptu memorial for actor Robin Williams outside the house used in his breakout hit TV show "Mork and Mindy" in Boulder, Colo., on Aug. 13.

Rick Wilking / X00301

A sign is left at an impromptu memorial set up on the fence outside the house used in "Mork and Mindy" on Aug. 13.

Rick Wilking / X00301

A man walks past a sign in honor of the late Robin Williams at the Laugh Factory comedy club in Hollywood, Calif., on Aug. 12.

Lucy Nicholson / X90050

Fans created a memorial in honor of Robin Williams on the bench made famous by his movie "Good Will Hunting" in the Boston Public Garden on Aug. 12 in Boston, Mass.

Michael J. Ivins / Getty Images North America

Flowers and remembrances are left on the bench used in the movie "Good Will Hunting" in Boston, Mass., on Aug. 12.

Brian Snyder / X90051

Brandon Scales lays flowers on the late Robin Williams' star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in Los Angeles, Calif., on Aug. 12.

Lucy Nicholson / X90050

A festival-goer pays tribute to the late Robin Williams at a makeshift memorial during the 22nd Sziget "Island" Festival in Northern Budapest, Hungary, on Aug. 13.

Janos Marjai / MTI

A single spotlight shines on the hand and footprints of actor Robin Williams during a ceremony to honor him at the TCL Chinese Theatre on Aug. 12 in Los Angeles.

David Livingston / Getty Images North America

People photograph mementos which have been left on the steps of the residence used in the filming of the Robin Williams movie "Mrs. Doubtfire" on Aug. 12 in San Francisco, Calif.

Ben Margot / AP

Flowers and pictures, part of a growing memorial, sit on the steps in front of the "Mrs. Doubtfire" home on Aug. 12 in San Francisco.

Justin Sullivan / Getty Images North America

A man walks with his dog past a mural depicting actor Robin Williams in downtown Belgrade on Aug. 13. Unknown artists drew the Academy Award-winning actor and comedian below a Belgrade bridge to pay tribute following the news that he had committed suicide at the age of 63.

Andrej Isakovic / AFP