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Fans Remember Robin Williams On What Would Have Been His 70th Birthday

There is really nobody in this world like Robin Williams. Whether it was stand-up comedy, voice acting, dramatic acting, comedic roles, or just being himself in interviews, the world was delighted and entertained by Robin Williams in a way that so few celebrities have ever managed to achieve. His death in 2014 was a loss felt around the world.

Robin would have turned 70 on July 21st, and fans are remembering him.

TW: this article contains depictions or discussions of suicide and may be triggering to some readers.

Robin was a comedy legend.

From films like Mrs. Doubtfire, Dead Poets Society, Aladdin, Good Will Hunting, Hook and Jumanji to television credits like Mork and Mindy, Saturday Night Live_, and The Crazy Ones, Robin's ability to be hilarious one minute and emotionally touching the next led to him receiving great critical acclaim.

Robin was born on July 21st, 1951.

This year would have marked Robin's 70th birthday, and fans have taken to social media to share what they loved about the actor, whether it is his comedy, his insight, or his ability to connect with people, regardless of circumstance.

Many fans shared the impact Robin had on their life.

"Today would have been Robin Williams' 70th birthday! This one still hits me hard. You are missed, brilliant man" one user tweeted

Fans continue to miss Robin and the light he brought to the world.

In honor of Robin's birthday, which of his films was your favorite? I always have a soft spot for Dead Poets Society, but I think I would have to go for his equal parts touching and hilarious work in The Birdcage. Let us know yours in the comments below!