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Robin Williams’ daughter speaks out after fans “spam” her online.

On Tuesday, actor Jamie Costa took the internet by storm when he shared a five minute clip About his spot-on impersonation of the late comedian.


The clip, titled “Robin Test Footage Scene”, shows the moment Williams learned that John Belushi had died during the preparation for the taping of “Mork and Mindy” the previous night.

Fans praised the performance and are apparently sending videos to Williams’ daughter Zelda — constantly.

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“Guys, I’m just saying this because I don’t think it will stop until I accept it…” Zelda, 32, said on Twitter on Tuesday. “Please, stop sending me ‘test footage’.”

She confirmed that she “saw” the footage and said that 31-year-old Costa is “super talented.”

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“… it’s not against him,” He said About the actor, “But it’s weird for all of you to give me an impression about one of the saddest days of my late dad.”

Williams died by suicide in 2014 when Zelda was 25 years old. At the time, the Oscar winner was battling Lewy body dementia.

On August 11, 2021 – the seven-year anniversary of Williams’ death – Zelda took to Twitter to share a message of support for those going through the loss.

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“Sending love to everyone out there today navigating loss,” she wrote. “New, old, it can be hard to bear the connective tissue of that deep human pain, but I sometimes find it easier to know how many other people have felt the same sting. We are not alone.”

He then shared a quote from Japanese author Haruki Murakami.

“Sometimes when I look at you, I feel like I’m looking at a distant star. It’s bright, but the light is from thousands of years ago.” read message. “Maybe the star doesn’t exist anymore. Yet sometimes that light seems more real to me than anything else.”

If you or someone you know is having suicidal thoughts, please contact the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255).