Love You Forever: Robin Williams’ Son Zak Pens Emotional Tribute on Anniversary of Actor’s Death

Love You Forever: Robin Williams’ Son Zak Pens Emotional Tribute on Anniversary of Actor’s Death

  • Robin Williams' son shared a touching tribute, noting the inspiration he brought to the world still carries on in his legacy
  • The 38-year-old said his dad lived to bring laughter and help people, hence would celebrate and remember him
  • Fans also went on his comment section to remember the actor, with some noting how he changed their lives

The son of late actor Robin Williams, Zak, has penned a touching message to mark the seventh death anniversary of his beloved dad.

A photo of Robin Williams and his son, Zak.
Robin Williams(l) and his son Zak were very close. Photo: Jamie McCarthy
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On August 11, 2014, the world lost one of the most hilarious thespians on the planet at 63.

As the world remembered the late star, one of the closest people to him, son Zak Williams, went on his Twitter with an emotional message dedicated to his father.

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Zak posthumously celebrated his dad, saying the joy and inspiration he brought to the world still carries on in his legacy, family, friends, and beloved fans.

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The 36-year-old said his dad brought laughter and helped people, adding he will be celebrating his memory seven years on.

He also shared a post on Instagram with the caption:

"Dad, I will be celebrating your memory today. Love you forever," he wrote.

Fans remember Robin Williams

Many of the actor's beloved fans went on the son's comment section to share messages of support, with others lauding his work.

Here are a few:

@raefromscratch said:

"I wish you nothing but healing, Zak. Thank you for sharing your father with us."

@NateBayerMD said:

"#RobinWilliams inspired me to be a doctor and a paediatrician. I watched #PatchAdams as a kid and it quickly became my favourite movie. I think of him often, especially today. Bet I’m not the only doctor he inspired."

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@KarenHerregud said:

"I made this button of your Dad at my local library a few years ago. I wear it on my work badge. When people see his face, they always smile."

Robin's immense history

Robin Williams was one of the highest-rated American actors and stand-up comedians to ever grace the screen.

During his career, he received two Emmy Awards, six Golden Globe Awards and five Grammy Awards.

Unfortunately, the actor took his own life after suffering mental problems, and many realised how troubles in his life affected him greatly.

Aside from Robin’s success as an actor, he had a dark and troubled side. This included two divorces and other legal dramas that he endured before he died.

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