“I am completely and totally devastated. What more can be said?” – “Mork & Mindy” co-star Pam Dawber, in a statement.
“His kindness and generosity is what I think of. How kind he was to anyone who wanted to connect with him. And he could not help but be funny all the time. He would do something as long as it would keep you laughing. He made many, many film crews laugh out loud before the audiences ever saw it. He made such a big impact on the world.” – Night at the Museum” co-star Ben Stiller, in a statement.
“Robin and I were great friends, suffering from the same little-known disease: depression. I never could have expected this ending to his life and to ours with him. God bless him and God bless us all for his LIFE! I cannot believe this. I am overwhelmed with grief. What a wonderful man/boy and what a tremendous talent in the most important art of any time – comedy! I loved him.” – actor-comedian Chevy Chase, in a statement
“I saw him on stage the very first time he auditioned at the Improv and we have been friends ever since. It’s a very sad day.” – talk show host and comedian Jay Leno, in a statement.
“We have lost one of our most inspired and gifted comic minds, as well as one of this generation’s greatest actors. To watch Robin work, was a magical and special privilege. His performances were unlike anything any of us had ever seen, they came from some spiritual and otherworldly place. He truly was one of the few people who deserved the title of ‘genius.’ ” – “Mrs. Doubtfire” director Chris Columbus, in a statement.