Celebrities took to Twitter Monday to pay their respects to Robin Williams. The comedy legend known for his crazy voice acting skills and ability to make anyone smile died August 11, 2014, at the age of 63.
"Robin Williams was an airman, a doctor, a genie, a nanny ... and everything in between. But he was one of a kind," President Obama said in a statement on Twitter.
Neil Patrick Harris tweeted his shock at the news saying, "I am stunned and just reeling from the news of Robin Williams' death. He brought so much joy and hear to millions... Just, wow.
"Robin Williams was my hero growing up," Chris Colfer tweeted. "You know someone is special when the whole world considers them family."
Chris's costar on Glee, Jane Lynch, also tweeted, "Our loss. Orson's gain. #RIPRobinWilliams
Even Lindsay Lohan remembered the time spent with Robin Williams on the set. "Mr. Williams visited me the first day of filming The Parent Trap. I will never forget his kindness. What an enormous loss. My condolences," Lindsay tweeted.
"I can't take the Robin Williams news," Miley Cyrus tweeted. "I've never cried over someone I've never met but I can't stop"
"Robin Williams made the world a little bit better. RIP," Steve Carell tweeted his condolences.
"So sad about Robin Williams..." Katy Perry tweeted.
"the utter despair that someone must be feeling before taking their own beautiful life is a pain I wish upon no one or anyone's family #love," Taryn Manning wrote very eloquently.
Jared Leto posted, "Thank you to the beautifully original + brave artist that is #RobinWilliams. You taught us how to stand on the edge, fearless, + shine."
Ben Stiller couldn't trim down what he had to say to 140 characters, and instead posted several tweets about Robin's passing.
"A tweet cannot begin to describe the hugeness of Robin Williams heart and soul and talent. This is so sad," he began. "Ok, I'll try. I met him when I was 13 and a huge fan and he was so kind and I watched him be kind to every fan i ever saw him with...And with other actors he was so generous and brilliant. He made everyone feel special and equal around him even though he was the genius...His heart was so big and even if you didn't know him, what he gave everyone was that same spirit in his work, so we all felt it...His impact on the world was so positive. He did so much good for people. He made me and so many people laugh so hard for a very long time. And because they don't really tweet, this message represents all the Stillers (Jerry, Anne and Amy) who Robin was a great friend to. Xxxxx"
You will be missed, Mr. Williams. We ain't never had a friend like you.