KEY POINTS

  • Robin Williams suffered from Lewy body disease (LBD)
  • Robin shares Zak with his first wife Valerie Velardi 
  • The late actor has two more kids with his second wife Marsha Garces

Robin Williams' son Zak Williams took to Twitter on Wednesday to share an emotional note on his father's 7th death anniversary.

"Dad, seven years ago today you passed on," the 38-year-old actor wrote. "The joy and inspiration you brought to the world carry on in your legacy and in your family, friends, and fans you so loved. You lived to bring laughter and to help others. I will be celebrating your memory today. Love you forever."

Along with the heartfelt post, Zak also posted a photo of his father.

Fans took to the comments section to pour their love for the late "Jumanji" star.

One of the fans wrote, "7 years, it’s been 7 years and I still can’t look at his face without feeling heartbroken. He is so missed."

Another fan commented, "As a 51-year-old well into my Lewy Body Dementia journey, I hope you know he was saving himself and his loved ones the pain of watching him die again and again. I wish you peace and also thank Robin for his gift that he shared with the world."

A fan noted how the legendary actor impacted the choice of profession.

"#RobinWilliams inspired me to be a doctor and a pediatrician," the fan wrote. "I watched #PatchAdams as a kid and it quickly became my favorite movie. I think of him often, especially today. Bet I’m not the only doctor he inspired."

Zak's post came weeks after celebrating Robin's 70th birthday on July 21.

"Dad, on what would be your 70th birthday, I would want you to know that your incredible spirit lives within us," Zak wrote on Instagram. "Our family will be celebrating you and your memory today. We miss you and love you always!"

In 2014, Robin took his own life after dealing with Lewy body disease (LBD). He shares Zak with his first wife, Valerie Velardi while he has a son, Cody Williams, 29, and a daughter, Zelda Williams, 32, with his second wife, Marsha Garces.

On the work front, the late actor was last seen in the movie, "Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb," which was released in 2014. He also lent his voice to "Absolutely Anything," which dropped after his death in 2015.

Robin Williams Late presenter Robin Williams speaks during the 35th Annual People's Choice Awards held at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, California, Jan. 7, 2009. Photo: Getty Images