The shocking death of Oscar-winning actor and beloved comedian, Robin Williams, 63, has stunned the world.

As fans and the entertainment community mourn his passing, we are reminded of his many memorable roles that made us laugh and cry, and that shaped generations.

Below are some of his notable performances from film and television:

Mork and Mindy (1978-1982)

Playing the alien Mork: “I am Mork from Ork. Nanu nanu.”

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Good Morning, Vietnam (1987)

Adrian Cronauer, Airman Second Class in the U.S. Air Force: “Goooooooood morning Vietnam! Hey, this is not a test! This is rock and roll!”

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Dead Poets Society (1989)

Playing the inspiring English teacher Mr. John Keating: “I stand upon my desk to remind myself that we must constantly look at things in a different way.”

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As Williams’ character leaves the classroom, after being fired from his teaching position at Welton, his students pay tribute to him: “O Captain! My Captain!”

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Aladdin (1992)

As a cartoon genie, unleashed after Aladdin rubs the oil lamp: “You ain’t never had friend like me.”

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Mrs. Doubtfire (1993)

Dressed in drag as Mrs. Doubtfire: “My first day as a woman and I’m getting hot flashes.”

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Good Will Hunting (1997)

In recalling his wife’s idiosyncrasies, Williams (Dr. Sean Maguire) improvises a scene with Matt Damon (Will Hunting).

Playing therapist Sean: “My wife used to fart when she was nervous.”

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Williams’ character tells Will, who was abused as a child: “This is not your fault.”

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Patch Adams (1998)

Wearing a red clown nose, Hunter “Patch” Adams entertains children at the hospital.

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