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Our tribute to the work of Robin Williams




Kim Basinger, Robin Williams, Helen Hunt and Jack Nicholson, from left to right, pose with their Oscars at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, Monday, March 23, 1998. Basinger and Williams won Best Supporting Actress and Actor, for
Kim Basinger, Robin Williams, Helen Hunt and Jack Nicholson, from left to right, pose with their Oscars at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, Monday, March 23, 1998. Basinger and Williams won Best Supporting Actress and Actor, for "L.A. Confidential" and "Good Will Hunting" respectively, Hunt and Nicholson won Best Actress and Actor, both for "As Good As It Gets." (AP Photo/Reed Saxon)
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Comic genius Robin Williams died yesterday of an apparent suicide. He was 63 years old.

It's nearly impossible to do justice to his manic genius and his constant reinvention. From standup, to television sit-coms, to movies, both funny and dramatic, there was hardly a corner of the entertainment cosmos where Robin Williams didn't leave his mark.

Here's our tribute to some of his work. 



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