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Remembering Robin Williams on what would have been his 67th Birthday

Three years ago, the world said goodbye to Robin Williams - a man who brought us a level of laughter and love matched by no other.

By Blake Nadilo
Despite being taken far too soon, Robin Williams left us with a plethora of moments, memories and iconic words we’ll never forget.
Although the Oscar-winner has given the entertainment industry, and the world so much, his greatest legacy are his children, Cody, 25, Zelda, 27, Zak, 34.
In celebration of what would have been Robin’s 67th birthday, we’ve taken a look back at the incredible life of the man who brought immeasurable joy to ours.
Whether it was the time he captured our imagination as the Genie in Aladdin, made us belly-laugh in his countless TV appearances or how he broke impossible boundaries in Mrs Doubtfire, Robin Williams was undeniably one of the greats.
He’s given us some of cinema’s most hilarious performances in films such as Good Morning Vietnam and also moved audiences in highly respected dramatic roles like Dead Poets Society and Good Will Hunting.
There’s no question that he was an entertainer through-and-through, but as we learnt in the time after his death in August 2014, he was also a great friend, incredible father and a brilliant human being.
The legendary actor put it best himself when he said, “you're only given a little spark of madness, you mustn't lose it.”
Scroll through the gallery to remember Robin’s most memorable moments and wisest words.

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