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The 25-year-old actress shared a photo of a newly inked hummingbird along with her father's birthdate on her right hand.
The 25-year-old actress pays tribute to her father and tries to spread awareness on the World Mental Health Day.
Get a sneak peek at the road trip by Williams' cranky character and his son, played by Joel McHale, on the eve of Christmas.
The veteran actor, who starred in 1990's 'Awakenings' with the 'Mrs. Doubtfire star, says, 'Robin, my dear friend, I dedicate this award to you.'
Billy Crystal, Whoopi Goldberg, George Lucas, Jeff Bridges, Ben Stiller, Jole McHale, and Stevie Wonder pay tribute to the 'Mrs. Doubtfire' actor in San Francisco.
During a recent episode on 'The View', Goldberg goes emotional when Crystal recalls some stories about their dear friend who killed himself last month.
'Robin Williams Remembered - A Pioneers of Television Special' will feature the late comedian's last full-length television interview and tributes from his friends and fellow stars.
Zelda Williams has returned to social media by posting an inspiring message after stepping back from social media last month.
The network says, 'Collectively we decided to celebrate the life of Robin Williams, not his death or, more to the point, the way he died.'
A biography of the beloved actor, who passed away earlier this month at the age of 63, is in the works but so far there is no info regarding the title or release date.
Williams' close friend delivered a touching tribute to Williams who passed away earlier this month, saying that the beloved actor 'made us laugh hard, every time you saw him.'
Wearing Mork's trademark suspenders, the ABC late-night host and his wife Molly McNearney take the Los Angeles Metro to get to the Emmys at L.A.'s Nokia Theater.
A few weeks before his death earlier this month, the 'Night at the Museum' actor donated his Pegoretti bicycle which went to a buyer for $20,000 at a charity auction over the weekend.
The musician, who previously criticized people who committed suicide in his essay, said in a Facebook post, 'If what I said has caused you to be done with me, I get it.'
In a piece called 'F**k Suicide', Rollins makes a reference to the actor who committed suicide earlier this month, saying, 'How in the hell could you possibly do that to your children?'