In the wake of actress Doris Roberts' death on Monday, celebs have been taking to Instagram and Twitter to share touching tributes to the beloved comedian and TV star and honor her memory.
Many of Roberts’ Everybody Loves Raymond co-stars, including Ray Romano, Patricia Heaton and Brad Garrett -- as well as the show's creator, Phil Rosenthal -- have honored the celebrated actress with emotional memorials.
However, many other stars who worked with the five-time Emmy winner during her 65-year career -- and those who were fans of her immense talent -- have also paid their respects with heartfelt messages of love and mourning.
From Dave Coulier honoring Roberts' time on Full House to comedian Nick Swardson thanking her for appearing in his 2006 cult classic Grandma's Boy, it's clear the beloved actress left an indelible mark on many lives and careers.
❤️keep them safe for me up there pic.twitter.com/TkM9K7Xa1P— Madylin Sweeten (@REALAllyBarone) April 19, 2016
Doris Roberts made me laugh so hard so many times. #everybodylovesmarie— Denis Leary (@denisleary) April 19, 2016
So sad to read about the passing of Doris Roberts. She will always Marie Barone to me. RIP.— Marlee Matlin (@MarleeMatlin) April 18, 2016
Gosh she will be missed. She was such a familiar face and character. https://t.co/K2UnOqHpfE— Ruby Rose (@RubyRose) April 18, 2016
So sad about Dear Amazing Doris Roberts. She brought power into the room. Never stopped laughing .RIP beautiful Doris❤️❤️❤️— Mary McDonnell (@MaryMcDonnell10) April 19, 2016
We say goodbye to the incredible doris_roberts today. Her passion for acting was so inspiring. I loved watching her work. You will be missed— Lance Bass (@LanceBass) April 19, 2016
#RIP to one of my ultimate favorites, Doris Roberts. We spoke at length about ageism in Hollywod & I'm proud to say I think she overcame it.— Jackée Harry (@JackeeHarry) April 18, 2016
RIP Doris Roberts. In addition to her work I love when anyone gets really rich later in life. An inspiration!— billy eichner (@billyeichner) April 19, 2016
I wanna be #DorisRoberts when I grow up. One of my comedy inspirations. She made the world a funnier place!— Wendi McLendon-Covey (@wendimclendonco) April 19, 2016
RIP Doris Roberts. Sad news today. We can only hope to live a life she did. The fact she did Grandmas Boy blew us away. Honored 2 have her.— Nick Swardson (@NickSwardson) April 19, 2016
Doris Roberts loved/lived to act. Only death could stop her. Great lady.— Dana Delany (@DanaDelany) April 19, 2016
rest in peace Doris Roberts 😞— Ireland (@irelandbaldwin) April 18, 2016
She made me laugh and I am forever in her debt. https://t.co/bHLJiM34Rv— Norman Lear (@TheNormanLear) April 19, 2016
RIP Doris Roberts. Thank you for the laughs and love you could feel through the screen.— Ronald Funches (@RonFunches) April 18, 2016
For more on the life and legacy of the beloved sitcom icon, watch the video below.