Watch Robin Williams' inspirational video for terminally ill woman
Even though he was suffering from his own struggles, the late Robin Williams found the time to record an inspirational message for a terminally ill woman in New Zealand.
He offered a message of hope for 21-year-old Vivian Waller, who was diagnosed with lung, bowel and liver cancer in January, after he found out that getting to meet him was one of five things she hoped to accomplish before she died, reported New Zealand's Sunday-Star Times.
According to the information on the page of the YouTube video, one of Waller's friends contacted the 63-year-old comedian, who agreed to record a short video clip length to be sent by email to the family a few months ago.
"Sending all my love to you, Jack and Sophie," Williams says to Waller in the video, referring to Waller's husband and the couple's one-year-old daughter.
He also told her to "mark this off her bucket list".
Williams, who was in the early stages of Parkinson's disease, was found dead in his mansion in San Francisco last Monday (Aug 11).
Sources: Sunday-Star Times,YouTube