RIP: Locations From Robin Williams’ Classic Films Have Been Made Into Memorials For the Late Actor
Aug 12, 2014 1:10PM
It’s been less than 24 hours since the world learned of the death of beloved actor Robin Williams—and he’s proving in his ability in death to bring millions to tears is just as powerful as his ability in life to make millions of people laugh was.
In mourning the larger-than-life actor, fans have set up touching, makeshift memorials at the sites that have become synonymous with his classic film and television roles—like Mork & Mindy, Good Will Hunting and Mrs. Doubtfire.
Check out some of the touching tributes fans have created:
The iconic bench in the Boston Public Gardens where Robin’s character sits with Matt Damon’s in Good Will Hunting.
The Boulder, Colo. home that was used for the exterior of Mork and Mindy’s house on the eponymous series.
Fans pay respect by adorning the home used in his unforgettable film Mrs. Doubtfire.
Flowers and notes are left for the 63-year-old on his tile on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.