As Patch Adams, Robin Williams warmed hearts across America in the 1998 film as a whimsical, clown-faced doctor who brought joy to children in pain. Williams committed suicide Monday, and a producer of "Patch Adams" — Mike Farrell — stopped by HuffPost Live on Wednesday with fond memories of the actor.
"Robin was an extraordinary man. He and I met many, many years ago. I was a huge fan of his and, like so many people, loved him for the talent and generosity of his extraordinary abilities," Farrell told host Marc Lamont Hill. "I wept when I learned of his death."