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MOSCOW, August 12. /ITAR-TASS/. The tragic news about a US actor and comedian Robin Williams, reported dead in a suspected suicide, was a shock to many in Russia.
Prominent workers of Russian art and culture have expressed bitter regret over the actor's death. They remember the actor as the 1988 Oscar winner, who had been smiling, happy and full of energy. "This is the image that will stay in our minds", they said.
" He was an excellent actor, one of those we loved the most," said chief of one of Moscow drama theatres who was shocked by the news.
Robin Williams was found dead in his house in California on Monday. He was 63.