Mara Wilson, who played Robin Williams' on-screen daughter in Mrs. Doubtfire, announced shortly after his death last week that she would be leaving social media for a while as she attempted to come to terms with the loss.
However, she's now written a lovely blog post dedicated to him.
In the post, Wilson wrote about the profound impact Williams made on her life, and how, even though they hadn't been in touch much in recent years, she always knew that he cared about her.
She discussed moments from the making of Mrs. Doubtfire, calling him a "creator" who didn't simply stick to the script.
She wrote: "He was a creator as much as a performer. After one of my friends posted Robin's 'impression of a hot dog' on Facebook, I realised she had no idea that wasn't in the script. It was supposed to be a monologue where he listed every voice he could do, but he decided to take the ones he'd been given, add more of his own, and just riff for a while. Chris Columbus, our director, would let Robin perform one or two takes with what was written, then do as many more takes as Robin had variations. Sometimes I wonder why they didn't give him at least partial screenwriting credit."