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Sarah Michelle Gellar honors Robin Williams on 2nd anniversary of his death

Gellar marked the two-year anniversary of Williams' death by sharing photos of the actor on Instagram.
/ Source: TODAY

Thursday marks two years since the world lost actor and comedian Robin Williams, and while his fun-loving spirit is missed, his legend lives on — thanks, in part, to his loved ones in Hollywood.

Sarah Michelle Gellar, Williams' co-star on the short-lived sitcom "The Crazy Ones," took to social media to remember the beloved actor.

Gellar shared a photo of Williams surrounded by Victoria's Secret models wearing angel wings. "The way I like to think of you RW...with all the angels," she captioned it.

The actress also shared a sweet photo of the two stars smooching.

Last month, Matt Damon, who co-starred with Williams in 1997's "Good Will Hunting," paid a heartfelt tribute to Williams, who won an Oscar for his work in the film, while conducting an "Ask Me Anything" chat with fans on Reddit.

LOS ANGELES, CA - MARCH 24: Actors-writers Matt Damon (L) and Ben Affleck (R) pose with actor Robin Williams with their Oscars they won for \"Good Will Hunting\" at the 70th Annual Academy Awards 23 March in Los Angeles. Damon and Affleck won Best Original Screenplay and Williams won for Best Supporting Actor. (Photo credit should read HAL GARB/AFP/Getty Images)HAL GARB / AFP-Getty Images file

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"He was one of the most generous, loving, wonderful people I’ve ever met,” Damon wrote just days before what would have been Williams' 65th birthday.

Damon went on to describe how when the movie's cast grew tired, the indefatigable Williams would "launch into stand-up."

NORFOLK, VIRGINIA - OCTOBER 26: Robin Williams photographed backstage before his performance at the Ted Constant Convocation Center during a 30-city tour October, 26, 2009 in Norfolk, Virginia. (Photo by Jay Paul/Getty Images)Getty Images file

"We knew it was original because he was making fun of crew members and pulling them into these bits," wrote Damon.

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"I’ll never be able to thank him enough for what he gave us,” he wrote.