Another day, another reminder of how great legendary actor Robin Williams was.
Just have a look at this letter he wrote to his Mrs Doubtfire co-star’s principal after she was expelled.
Lisa Jakub starred alongside Robin Williams in the 1993 classic, Mrs. Doubtfire, as his eldest daughter, Lydia Hillard.
The 15-year-old actress had to take a few months out of school to complete the filming - something the school was used to as she began acting at the age of four.
When Lisa finished this particular movie she was refused entry back to school because of her extended absence.
This news didn’t go down too well with Robin Williams and he decided to write to her principal in an attempt to persuade the school to change their mind.
Since the letter was shared on Reddit, Jakub has followed up the story by commenting on the post.
“I was being tutored on set for the required three hours a day and mailing back work to my school,” she commented.
“However, my absence required that my teachers put together special work for me and my school wasn’t willing to do that”.
She then went on to say her family decided not to fight the school despite Williams’ efforts.
“I ended up attending a private school after that, for a short time. They also struggled with accommodating my strange work schedule,” she added.
“I was told that wasn’t a good fit, either. So, I never graduated from high school”.
Lisa went on to complete her GED (a test for adults who left high school without a diploma), graduate from the University of Virginia at 31 and currently lives in L.A working as a writer.
"Robin was a spectacular individual, who took the time to fight for a kid going through a personal problem. And I’m just glad that people are hearing that story – because that’s who he truly was. That's how I like to remember him.