Celebrities React to Robin William’s Death

By on August 13, 2014 in Hot Gossip!, Movies

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Award-winning actor and comedian, Robin Williams, passed away on August 11 due to suicide.  His stunning death left behind many tears, with celebrities around the world taking to social media to express their love for the actor.

Jackie Chan (成龍): “After reading the news [of Robin Williams’ death], I was shocked and couldn’t believe it. I remember when I first came to Hollywood years ago, my English was not that good. At the Oscars, [Robin] suddenly came in front of me and shouted, ‘Jackie Chan, I’m your big fan!’ He said many things to me at the time, but I couldn’t respond to them all in time. Yet, I was very excited, thinking wow! He is Robin Williams! I feel regret that we never had the chance to collaborate.”

 CoCo Lee (李玟): “Robin Williams has been my favorite comedic actor since childhood. I’m truly very sad that he has passed away. He has brought many happiness and laughter to the audience. The world has lost another great artiste. His spirit will live on forever in this world.”

Gigi Leung (梁詠琪): “He is unparalleled; the one and only.”

Anita Yuen (袁詠儀): “The sorrow that is behind joy! R.I.P.”

Paul Wong (黃貫中): “I’ve always liked him. Good Morning, Vietnam is his representative work. He had no fate with the [Oscar] award.”

Fala Chen (陳法拉): “This is very sad. He had such outstanding talent, experienced such a brilliant life, yet he left us too early!”

Lee San San (李珊珊): “This is very upsetting news. He is one of the top actors whom I admire and like very much. His works have given me so much joy and happiness. Thank you. We’ll always remember you, Robin Williams.”

Pang Ho Cheung (彭浩翔): “Robin Williams’ exquisite performances have allowed me to understand at a young age that comedy is actually a new change for tragedy. Dead Poets SocietyThe Fisher KingGood Will HuntingGood Morning Vietnam, etc. His works are always inspiring and healing. I’ve watched each film at least ten times. They were with me when I was at my lowest points in my life. Have a safe journey ahead!”

Kenji Wu (吳克羣): “He will always be the catcher of spirits. He has given happiness to us all, yet left all the sadness for himself. Robin Williams, thank you for giving us so much beauty.”

Barbie Hsu (徐熙媛): “I absolutely love this great actor! His productions have deeply enlightened my own views in life. Very sorry that he has to leave us! We will always remember you. Farewell, Robin!”

Sam Hui’s (許冠傑) eldest son, Ryan Hui (許懷欣), shared that bumped into Robin at a store in Los Angeles in 2009. Ryan was waiting for his night flight back to Hong Kong at the time and he chatted with Robin for about ten minutes. Ryan said Robin was a nice person and they took a picture together, which Ryan shared on his Instagram. Ryan said he grew up watching Robin’s films, and was very sad when he heard about his passing.

Source: Ming Pao

This article is written by Addy for JayneStars.com.

82 comments to Celebrities React to Robin William’s Death

  1. Funn Lim says:

    “Paul Wong (黃貫中): “I’ve always liked him. Good Morning, Vietnam is his representative work. He had no fate with the [Oscar] award.””

    Didn’t he win one for best supporting actor for Good Will Hunting?

    Anyway I was so shocked to hear this news. I was thinking another hoax? But it wasn’t. At first I couldn’t understand why he chose to do what he did. How a man who gave so much joy to others and by all accounts every had only good things to say about him, a man with so as much energy as he had the heart could just choose to end his own life? And I scoffed at the word depression. No one had any inkling he was gonna do this. Apparently he left no note. After a few days I began to see why. I won’t ever get why he did it but I understand his need to do it. Perhaps death was his only way to end his pain and if that is the reason, I really hope he rests in peace. Such a sad news.

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    • xiaoxiu replied:

      Perhaps your thinking changed, but scoffing at the word ‘depression’ is exactly why some people feel the need to end their lives. I can’t imagine how these people must have felt because I’ve never been in their shoes, but perhaps to them there was no light at the end of the tunnel for them to continue towards.

      I used to think committing suicide was so selfish — all the people you leave behind and the hearts you break! How could they not have seen that? However, I also realize this is a wrong way to consider things.

      I think he did leave a note, but the contents were not released (and I don’t think they should be). Sometimes people with the brightest smiles hide the saddest tears. 🙁

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    • jj replied:

      RW did win an Oscar for his supporting role in GWH. He also won multiple other known awards in the US.

      Also, he admitted to depression some years back on an interview. He had been in rehab for alcohol. And I also think he admitted to drug use too. He hid them so well…

      I liked him as an actor. R.I.P.

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    • kiwi replied:

      “I used to think committing suicide was so selfish — all the people you leave behind and the hearts you break! How could they not have seen that? However, I also realize this is a wrong way to consider things.”

      Suicide is still a selfish way to end a life. Some people are much better than others and yet they wasted their own life.

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      • kolo replied:

        as outsiders we simply dont know how much pain (mental or physical) he have. only himself knows what the best way is,but nevertheless its a great loss,rip.

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      • xiaoxiu replied:

        Perhaps. Maybe looking into someone’s life you may see the glory, fame, money, and happiness, but what if that person does not see any of this but only the hurt that he’s inflicting on himself and onto others? Their lives may be ‘better’ to you, but to them their is nothing.

        I don’t think we can be the judge of actions committed by those who suffer from severe mental illnesses. It’s so easy for us to consider the things we have to live for, but to those who suffer from depression these things are difficult. Even more so for someone with a enormous amount of fame — who do you talk to? how can anyone understand when you’re the consummate funny guy?

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      • kiwi replied:

        Suicide is never the best way to solve his problems. It’s a selfish way to end it. How will he rest in peace when he killed himself and left behind heart broken family that have to pick up the pieces.

        “Hollywood Legend Lauren Bacall Dies At 89”

        This is R.I.P.

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      • LV replied:

        It’s equally selfish of you to call the victim who just died “selfish.” You are not in his shoes, you do not know what he has gone through and the constant suffering he must have going through. No one before dying thinks about JUST themselves and it’s ridiculous that you are blaming the victim. The decision to die was wrong but the person who just died was not selfish, more like lost.

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    • Fishy replied:

      you are so low.

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    • swindle replied:

      People need to understand that depression is more than just ‘feeling sad’. It’s a chemical imbalance in the brain, a real illness. There is no excuse to ‘scoff’ at it.

      Good and escpecially relatable comedians are most of the time rooted in tragedy Just look at Dayo Wong, he did his first stand up show ever at a very low point in his life and it was basically hours of therapeutic talk about his misery in the entertainment industry. Or Stephen Chow, who outside of his movies doesn’t seem to be a happy or even pleasant person.

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  2. pak says:

    We lost two Oscar winners this year Philip Seymour Hoffman & Robin Williams. How sad!

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    • Sky replied:

      Hoffman was a crackhead….Williams was a retarded depress guy.

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      • Marissa replied:

        Stop judging. Nothing justify u to judge that.

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  3. DramaAddict says:

    I’m so very sad to hear that Robin Williams chose to end his life. He must have been in so much pain to choose that path. May he rest in peace!

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  4. joojaibao says:

    Robin Williams is indeed a great actor He will be missed dearly may you RIP….

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  5. soo says:

    I think he must be unbearable on his painful and confused thoughts that carry him away with depression follow by suicide, anyway is not the best way to solve problems ..RIP

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  6. anonymous2 says:

    No one except for him knows what his thoughts were. Do not judge. Hope he rests in peace

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    • qwerty replied:

      “No one except for him knows what his thoughts were.”

      And this is where the weirdness comes from. How could he have depression or painful thoughts when he could have 5 meals a day, thousands of people around the world feeling sad for his death, a few expensive houses, thousands of big fans & worshippers around the world, big bucks & money, etc. Those who don’t have all these are still living their lives positively.

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      • jj replied:

        Depression is like chemical imbalance in the brain and makes you see and feel things different than others. Something might be happy things and thoughts (such as his wealth, full stomach, fame, etc as you mentioned) to others, the person who has depression might not necessarily see or can see them as fortune or happiness. Similar to an anorexic, who sees themselves extremely overweight in the mirror but when in reality, they only weight about 80 lbs. They see and perceive things differently than us “normal” folks. We will never fully understand why he killed himself, but to him it was probably the best solution in his mind.

        With that being said, I don’t condone suicide. And I do believe suicide is a selfish way to die. It doesn’t matter your intentions, you’re still doing it selfishly. Even if you think you’re doing your loved one a favor because they don’t have to look after you or whatever, they’re still going to be the one suffer, fill with pain and remorse, and clean up after your mess in a sense.
        Regardless, he was a funny and entertaining actor who influenced and touched many people one way or another. I think he should be remembered as that instead of a man who killed himself…

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      • jj replied:

        Oh btw, I don’t think you’re judging. To me, you just don’t understand how one could take their own lives when everything seems so perfect for them. Everyone’s perspective on “perfection” is different. Maybe what you stated seem very nice to you, but it’s not to him. Who knows…

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      • kiwi replied:

        “And this is where the weirdness comes from. How could he have depression or painful thoughts when he could have 5 meals a day, thousands of people around the world feeling sad for his death, a few expensive houses, thousands of big fans & worshippers around the world, big bucks & money, etc. Those who don’t have all these are still living their lives positively.”

        The truth hurts but it’s the truth. The poor are not on the monkey tree so of course no worries there. For the ones at the top of the monkey tree, they are much more selfish and want it all. It’s never enough.

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    • qwerty replied:

      Btw, I’m not judging him. Just pointing out the weirdness of the matter.

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  7. qwerty says:

    Not a fan of him. While I feel sad to hear his death (or even somebody’s death), the fact that him being male, straight and white already gives him the privilege of being the king in this world. Yet, he got depression and committed suicide while others who don’t even have a meal to eat in a day still positively struggle to live their lives. What an unexpected ending for you, Robin Williams. Maybe the world pampers you too much.

    And I’m not saying this to spread hate. Just merely providing a fact. I know when I’m saying this there are a lot of his fans here being butthurt right now.

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    • joojaibao replied:

      True there is alot of poverty in the world and ppl are struggling to survive but you dont know what really happened what cause his depression n mental state He’s probably all happy joy joy on the outside but down he’s hurting so dont judge!!!

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    • xiaoxiu replied:

      Maybe you don’t intend to be so offensive but I do find this message a bit enraging because of how it belittles the illness he suffered from.

      Do you presume to understand depression? How can we understand severe mental illnesses and the effects they have on the people they inflict? It’s not a black-and-white matter of ‘well you have everything and tons of other people don’t so you should be grateful of your situation’. Do you really think people who have been driven to the brink of death would not have considered these things?

      You don’t just ‘get depression and commit suicide’. That is ridiculously oversimplifying a disease that figuratively eats up an entire person’s being, one that is already stigmatized and poorly understand.

      Not speaking as a huge fan of RW (’cause I’m not) but as someone who wants a better understanding of mental illnesses.

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      • Trini replied:

        @xiaoxiu

        Very well said.I too find such statements offensive even if they were not said out of hatred. I believe such statements were made out of ignorance.

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    • Trini replied:

      Depression is no respecter of person. It is not partial towards ethnicity, race, color, orientation, religion, fortune, social or academic backgrounds. Anyone can be depressed, no matter how much money you have, no matter if you eat the most expensive foods every day, or live in a multimillion dollar home. It is an illness just like cancer, dementia or any of the other illnesses out there. Being straight, white and male does not make him the king of the world, nor does it exempt him from being depressed. These are strange things to say.

      Like I said, depression is a serious illness which causes the sufferer to think that suicide is the only way, especially when it is in a severe stage. Sometimes, unfortunately no amount of therapy or counselling work.

      I feel so sad for the family of Robin Williams. He was a wonderful actor, who brought a lot of joy and laughter to many of us. He also portrayed some roles which brought tears to our eyes and caused us to reflect on our lives and the meaning of life. Robin was a gem of an actor, and even more so as a person. He will be missed.

      May He Rest In Peace.

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    • WildBerries replied:

      What exactly is your fact? Depression isn’t simply a choice one makes on a random Sunday afternoon. It can hit anyone regardless of race, social status, sexual orientation and gender. Just because he’s worked hard for what he has now doesn’t mean depression can’t hit him. It’s exactly your type of judgement and ignorance that prevents a lot of depression suffers from seeking the help they need.

      That being said, we should have more open discussions on what depression is and be more educated about it.

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      • Trini replied:

        @WILDBERRIES

        I HOPE YOUR COMMENTS ARE NOT DIRECTED AT ME, CAUSE THEY REFLECT EXACTLY THE POINTS YOU WANT TO GET ACROSS. VERY WELL SAID. HAVE A GOOD DAY.

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      • WildBerries replied:

        I was directing my reply at Qwerty, not you Trini. You and I basically said the same thing in different words.

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    • Ray replied:

      Actually my MOM is having depression but is under medication. We are giving my MOM a very good life (from the children) but the depression may come from regrets that she had when she was younger (like losing the eldest son) and a husband not by her side for some time… We also could not understand why she has depression but i am trying my best to make her happy and make her smile… People in depression need support and understanding from us.

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    • csiyvr replied:

      What does bring male, white and straight have anything to do with this??! We are taking about “clinical depression” not about someone who’s sad cause they can’t afford to buy something. It has nothing to do with age,race, religion. It can happen to anyone, even someone who is filthy rich. Don’t be so ignorant.

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    • ... replied:

      Wait.. So if you’re a privileged white, straight male you can not have depression or commit suicide? I must be living in another world.

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  8. Best says:

    Depression is some serious stuff. Robin is nice and giving person. RIP

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    • Sky replied:

      What the heck is he depresses about?

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      • Ray replied:

        Go google. It is like a time-bomb actually if in very serious condition and not under medication.

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  9. Larry 3 says:

    Very sad news. I have met Robin Williams in NYC during his Broadway run in 2011. Very friendly with his fans. He is very important to my life, watching movies when I grow up, especially Aladdin, Mrs. Doubtfire, Jumanji, Night at the Museum, etc.

    He surly miss. Great actor, Great Comedian

    Rest In Peace.

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  10. Maria says:

    Another star falls from the treasured sky…Dear Robin, rest in peace, may you find happiness in Heaven. You’ll be dearly missed. 🙁

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  11. MW says:

    Such shocking news!!! Robin Williams will surely be missed. At least, we can still remember him through his works (left behind). May he RIP.

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  12. TVBfan88 says:

    I honestly feel as if committing suicide may be the bravest thing a person could ever do. It is so hard to harm yourself, let alone end your own life. Which means that every people who has committed suicide has been through so much pain mentally or physically, that ending their life isn’t even hard. This may seem selfish to leave their loved ones behind, and this may seem silly considering he has so much on the outside. But you just can’t judge someone who suffers depression because they don’t see their lives as outsiders do, and we don’t even know everything about him. It is true that many people have it worse than he does, but it is not true that he shouldn’t have committed suicide because he sees it differently and cannot bear any more pain. I really hope he finally rests in peace!

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  13. Tess says:

    Farewell, Robin Williams…may you be at peace now.

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  14. moncheri says:

    I mean, he was addicted to alcohol and drugs at one point. Who’s to say he still wasnt addicted to these things? If drugs were the cause of his suicide, it’s understandable. Maybe they were even the catalyst to his depression – who knows?

    Depression can be helped with the proper medication, but thats only if the person’s will is strong enough to desire conquering mental illness. So it depends on a lot of factors and what was going on in Robin William’s life at that time. And y’know, Robin Williams might have some sort of perfectionist personality issues – tons of celebrities do – and seeing as he’s this age and not ‘improving,’ maybe he felt he’s useless and doomed to be forgotten. So rather than die a slow, aging death, at least he goes out with a bang. These are all my speculations, of course. I mean no offense and i love Robin Williams – may he rest in peace.

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    • Larry 3 replied:

      its not the drugs or alcohol. He had a brain disease.

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  15. wen wen says:

    it is very sad news…he such a great actor, I met him once and he walked in front of me and greet his fans with a big smile, he was very friendly. he surely be missed, RIP Robin Williams

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  16. Yufeng Yang says:

    I don’t care “depression” or “no depression” the man is gone and these clowns are going to continue to sit there posting “R.I.P” messages to look like they care and it’s disgusting. Next thing they’ll do is jump on the “like” robin williams facebook page and try make something out of it

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    • xiaoxiu replied:

      you sound like you’d be fun at parties.

      maybe when you die people will share the same sentiments you expressed above

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      • anonymous2 replied:

        @yufeng yang: what do you expect people to say? glad you died? there are people out there who like his talent. whether or not you like him, the person has died. show some respect.

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  17. Sky says:

    What a moron. You are making million of dollar but still got depression? Then kill yourself?

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    • Anon replied:

      Yeah, because MONEY solves ALL PROBLEMS, right?

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      • Sky replied:

        Money can solve everything….

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      • bloom replied:

        There’s no doubt that money is an important tool, I think it’s so important in our lives. However, rich (material) dont mean you’ll be happy and you have no sad nor sorrows. Rich people have their own sets of problems, depressions is a serious problem. He may not know it himself. Someone choose to end his life in this sad way, all you have to do is shut your mouth if you dont have anything nice nor wanted to mention any condolence.

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      • Anon replied:

        Sky, you’re a stupid troll.

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      • HeTieShou replied:

        Well said Bloom! Why are some people so mean? If money solved all problems then all the rich and famous would be really happy, but yet many of them are depressed. Money cannot buy happiness and can even introduce disaster in many cases.

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      • bloom replied:

        Thanks HeTieShou.
        I think a lot of ppl out there are under the impressions that money gives happiness. Yes, I think money is important in our live because it’s a tool (we work for money) to pay bills from food, shelter, transportation etc etc. But having lots of money is how much? Everyone has their own definition of rich. Rich also doesnt guarantee that person is definitely happy. They maybe having loads and loads of cash, they can everything material but deep down they have their own sets of problem. Some of them married have marriage problem, those single may not be able to find someone that loves them (minus their money). Or maybe some of them have health issues. In short, not every rich man is happy. There were lots of suicidal cases because of owing lots of money, but lots have to do with stress over work, over exam, over love, depression and so forth. At the end of the day, I really hope he’s somewhere happier now.

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    • Tess replied:

      Depression does not discriminate, please mind your words and have some respect for the deceased.

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      • Ray replied:

        Forgive the naive…

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      • Sky replied:

        I don’t respect anyone that killed themselves.

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      • Anon replied:

        Sky, you might end up killing yourself one day, and with your mindset, we will laugh at you.

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      • Marissa replied:

        Sky, it shows how shallow you are from what you said. In fact, you should look at yourself before speaking such harsh words in such situation – who are you to condemn. There is not even a place that is for you to condemn. You have no rights to condemn because you don’t even know Robin Williams and you don’t know what is the true meaning of depression. Please have some respect for Robin Williams and if you do not know, you are not even respecting yourself too by saying such harsh words.

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    • xiaoxiu replied:

      comments like this make me think jaynestars is populated by a bunch of ignorant, immature 10-year-olds

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    • msxie replied:

      It’s YOUR comment that makes you to be the moron.

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    • kolo replied:

      different ppl have different norms and values of life.probably there are issues for him thats more important than money. i think he misses love and cares,therefor he got depressed and dont want to live anymore.

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    • ... replied:

      He had depression long before that. And he knows he’s rich, but he once did say that he had no idea why he doesn’t want to continue living, even though his life is going okay.
      You must be a troll, and besides money doesn’t solve everything, especially to depression.

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    • Rika replied:

      How I wish it was morons like you who have died instead of him!

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  18. honey says:

    It seems so hard for people to come out and say “I have depression.” They are afraid of the rejection, stigma and embarrassment. We have to stop this! Depression is another illness or even more severe illness than cancer or leukemia. Example, you can have an X-Ray done throughout your physical (body), but you can’t have an X-ray for detecting depression.

    So sad Robbin Williams died by hanging himself. He make millions of peoples laugh everyday throughout his movies and live shows, but he can’t make himself happy because of depression. My condolence to his family members. I miss you Mr. Williams!

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    • HeTieShou replied:

      Yes, it is hard for most people to even admit to having depression so it is even harder for them
      to seek help. Those who are not in the situation will not understand how hard it is.

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  19. StarReader says:

    Robin Williams has always been one of my favourite actors. He was always funny in films, bringing lighthearted funs and funniness onscreen. Honestly, everytime when he smiles, I can’t help smiling too. Its really sad about his passing and the irony attached to his death. I hope people don’t judge and belittle depression. It is this that I believe some people turn away from treatment and shelling themselves. Some people could be confine with deep sadness that are is unbearable to them that we don’t understand. On that note, Ray, I hope your mom will get better. A person I know, a distant relative is also suffering from it after losing her husband who had lived and accompanied her for a long time. Anyway, Robin, I hope you are happier now wherever you are. You deserve the happiness that you have given us.

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  20. bloom says:

    Will always remember him in Mrs Doubtfire, there’s no one who can carry that role no other than him. No one would have thought someone who can make others laugh in his masterpiece can suffer from depression, I’m sure his passing came to a surprise to a lot of us.

    A lot of ppl underestimate depression and its danger. Some of us might be experiencing mild depression without us realising it. Therefore, it’s important for us to thrash it out to someone whom we could trust. If that fails, seek helpline or consult professionals like psychiatrist.

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  21. Jae says:

    I was heartbroken when I heard if his passing. I felt like a part of my childhood is gone too. This man spend his life making people laugh, but deep down he was depressed. Very heartbreaking. He was such a nice and talented man. He will surely be missed. RIP.

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  22. Ross says:

    I grew up watching Mork & Mindy tv series & watched all his movies too.

    Lets bid goodbye to Mork who is leaving our planet Earth for good! We all gonna miss him!

    To his fans out there, there are 3 movies coming to the silver screen soon, go watch them!

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  23. Rika says:

    This just made me recall Leslie Cheung all over again. 🙁

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    • Bizzybody replied:

      Same here, thinking of Leslie too.
      While I do not condemn or look down on those who commit suicide, I think if one is brave enough to end their life, they should be brave enough to overcome their fears/problems or depression. It takes more courage to face life than to take the easy way out of ending it all. Besides, who can guarantee we’ll be happier dead than alive? Unless that person feels he/she has nothing left to live for ie alone in the world or
      Everyone would have come across dark moments in their life and I have gone through such times before. It’s not easy to snap out of it regardless of whatever support you have or the number of people whom you know loves you. Ultimately it all comes down to your own mental persistence to keep going and not to let the depressing thoughts overpower you by occupying your time with other things/hobbies whenever you feel the start of the depressing thoughts.
      Some superstitious people believe that there are spirits around which will take advantage when they sense a depressed person and make their depression worse in the hope the person will commit suicide and be his/her replacement so that they can reincarnate. It is said a person who seek to end their life prematurely (by taking own life) will have to go through the pain and cycle of dying repeatedly until a replacement is found.

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  24. Parpees says:

    Depression, Anxiety and Panic Attacks, Are NOT a Sign of WEAKNESS. They are Signs of Having Tried To REMAIN STRONG, For Too long…

    Out of all celebrities’ comments, which I find many are shallow, I scoffed at Paul Wong’s comment.

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  25. Jacintha says:

    I growing up watching Mork and Mindy as my parents allow the children to watch only one show a day.
    So watching Mork & Mindy is main event for the day.
    Robin will always be part of my childhood.
    Nanu Nanu

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  26. HeTieShou says:

    I was so sad and shocked to hear about his passing. Rest in peace dear Robin! You will be forever loved, remembered and missed by everyone!

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  27. Meiyi says:

    R.I.P. Mr. Robin William.

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  28. Funn Lim says:

    Latest news;
    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2725223/Robin-Williams-battling-early-stages-Parkinsons-disease-wife-reveals.html

    He had early stages of parkinson’s disease. I guess that explains his actions.

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    • Fishy replied:

      just shut up arleady.

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      • xiaoxiu replied:

        wtf is wrong with you

        this is news related to the article, if you don’t want to read then gtfo.

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    • MW replied:

      I suspected Parkinsons earlier today (due to alcohol addiction). Thanks for confirming.

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      • Funn Lim replied:

        Does alcohol addiction cause parkinsons?

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      • MW replied:

        I wouldn’t say …

        alcohol addiction = Parkinsons

        since everyone’s health is different. For example, a healthy diet may mean a healthier liver/nervous system/whatever.

        But, definitely, long term alcohol consumption on a regular basis is not good for health (especially brain cells, nervous system, etc.).

        Even if a person becomes sober after a long period of alcohol addiction, the invisible damage may already have been done and may even be irreversible. The reason I suspected Parkinsons is because a family member had Parkinsons. And, he used to drink the hard stuff until he started having health issues (not Parkinsons yet but either gallstones or kidney stones or some sort of stones). The doctor suggested that he stop smoking and drinking so he stopped cold turkey. I don’t think he was ever considered “addicted”, I don’t know. But, years later, Parkinsons appeared.

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