Tributes: The Stars We've Lost

From Oscar de la Renta to Robin Williams to Philip Seymour Hoffman, we remember the personalities who've left us

ROBIN WILLIAMS

The world was shocked when news broke that Williams, 63, died in a suicide on Aug. 11 after battling severe depression and receiving a Parkinson's disease diagnosis. The actor, as known for his iconic, comedic roles in movies like Mrs. Doubtfire as his dramatic work in Good Will Hunting (for which he won an Oscar), got his start in comedy, and came into mainstream fame with the TV series Mork & Mindy. Williams, most recently seen on CBS's The Crazy Ones, had checked himself into rehab in early July to "focus on his commitment" to sobriety, according to his rep. He is survived by his wife Susan and three children.