Robin Williams Fans can remember Robin Williams through his movies and stand up on Netflix, Amazon Prime, and Red Box. Photo: Reuters

Robin Williams' death by suicide Monday has now been confirmed, and fans worldwide are mourning the beloved actor and comedian. The 63-year old actor was an Academy Award winner who starred in dozens of films over a 35-year career.

Saddened fans may want to remember Williams' life and career through his movies, television, shows and standup comedy. Luckily, between Netflix, Amazon Prime and Red Box, there are many of Williams’ movies available for fans who want to relive some of their favorite moments.

Netflix Instant has many of Williams’ films available, including “Jumanji” (1995), “Hook” (1991), “The Fisher King” (1991), “The Big Wedding” (2013), “The Adventures of Baron Munchausen” (1989), “Popeye” (1980), “The Birdcage” (1996) and “World’s Greatest Dad” (2009).

Amazon Prime Instant Video also has, free to its subscribers, “The Big Wedding” (2013), “Popeye” (1980), “The Birdcage” (1996), and “World’s Greatest Dad” (2009). Amazon also has the HBO comedy special “Weapons of Self Destruction” (2009) and the independent film “Shrink” (2009).

Red Box has “Happy Feet Two” (2011) and “The Angriest Man in Brooklyn” (2014) currently available for rental.

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