Stunned stars continue to mourn Robin Williams on Twitter

The impact of Robin Williams' life and career on fellow entertainers continued to resonate Monday night and into Tuesday. An initial wave of celebs shared their sorrow as news of the comic actor's death spread, and since then, there have been many more heartfelt remembrances on social media and beyond.

Robin Williams, 1951-2014

MORK & MINDY, Robin Williams, Pam Dawber, 1978-82, © Paramount Television / Courtesy: Everett Collec
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"Na-nu Na-nu" and "O Captain, my Captain": Robin Williams will best be remembered by the characters he played and lines he delivered.

Stars whose job is to make us laugh reflected in sadness at the passing of Williams. For many he was a friend, and for even more he was an inspiration.

Conan O'Brien broke the news to his audience during the taping of his show on Monday night and had the chance to reflect on Williams' impact with guest Will Arnett and co-host Andy Richter.

Actor Josh Charles, who starred as Knox Overstreet in 1989's "Dead Poets Society," sent a message to his captain and co-star.

And actor Adam Scott shared an image that captured Charles' sentiment.

After all that, Whoopi Goldberg, another comic who we rely on to never be short on words, directed us back to where we started.

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