Robin Williams, one of the most beloved comedians and actors of this or any generation, was found dead this morning in what is being reported as a suicide at his home in California. Williams—known, among other things, for his expressive and chameleonic voice which he would twist into ridiculous and on-point accents and songs—was also an impeccable improvisational comedian, and often incorporated a huge variety of music into his off-the-cuff performances. That didn't rule out hip-hop, either. In tribute to the man, XXL has put together a brief history of Robin Williams rapping in movies, in his standup and on the small screen. RIP.

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The Raptor, Mrs. Doubtfire

If this wasn't improvised, then whoever wrote it knew Williams better than anyone could have. A hilariously small bit from one of his most iconic movies.

"Batty Rap," FernGully: The Last Rainforest

"Yo, the name is Batty/The logic is erratic," introduces Williams' character in this voice acting role from 1992. Bizarre, but endearingly so more than 20 years down the line.