She played in the movie House Of D opposite her father Robin Williams and a young Anton Yelchin, now both gone.
Zelda Williams paid tribute to her former co-star Tuesday when she arrived at the Hollywood premiere of Love, Antosha.
The 29-year-old actress and director was effortlessly stylish in a blue and red checkered dress.
Support from a friend: Zelda Williams, 29, honored her former co-star Anton Yelchin on Tuesday when she arrived at the Hollywood premiere of Love, Antosha
Zelda & # 39; s hypnotic gaze showed her bare shoulders and emphasized her curvy figure.
She kept her outfit to a minimum and combined it with a pair of pointed brown heels.
The 5ft4in Dead Of Summer star wore her dark tress in a stylish pixie cut that exhibited her white round earrings.
Striking look: the actress and director were effortlessly stylish in a blue and red checkered dress
Stylish clothing: Zelda & # 39; s hypnotic look showed her bare shoulders and emphasized her curvy figure
Although she was not in the documentary, Zelda announced her respect for Anton immediately after his death in June 2016.
& # 39; Anton was one of the softest, liveliest, hilarious people I have ever met or worked with. Far away too quickly, & she tweeted at the time.
The Star Trek actor died in an accident when he parked his Jeep Grand Cherokee outside his home in the Studio City neighborhood of Los Angeles.
The car then rolled down its steep driveway, pushed it against a stone pillar and smothered it.
The Yelchin family later reached an undisclosed arrangement with Fiat Chrysler. The car included Jeeps that were recalled in April after they had not parked, but a software fix was not released until the week of his death.
Farewell: Zelda announced her respect for Anton immediately after his death in June 2016, tweeting that he was one of the softest, liveliest, hilarious people I had ever had the pleasure of knowing or working with. . Much too quickly disappeared & # 39;
Tragedy: the Star Trek actor died in an accident when his parked Jeep unrolled his driveway and pushed him against a stone pole
The new documentary delves not only in his impressive film work, but also in his fight against cystic fibrosis, which he kept secret from friends and fans.
Zelda appeared in the 2004 drama House Of D with a young Anton, who played a troubled boy who made deliveries with his mentally handicapped friend (Robin Williams).
She played a small supporting role as the first friend of the 13-year-old character.
Family business: a young Zelda previously had small appearances in her father's films, including the television movie Seuss and Nine months; photographed with Robin and brother Cody Williams in 2006
A young Zelda had previously appeared in her father's films, including the television film Looking for Dr. Seuss and Nine months.
Robin's death by suicide in 2014 shocked the world, and tributes flew in all over the world for the beloved comedian.
President Barack Obama summarized the feelings of many about the iconic figure shortly after his death.
& # 39; Robin Williams was a kite, a doctor, a ghost, a babysitter, a president, a professor, a bangarang Peter Pan and everything in between. But he was unique of its kind. He arrived in our lives as an alien – but he eventually touched every element of the human mind.
& # 39; He made us laugh. He made us cry. He released his immense talent and generously to those who needed it most – from our troops stationed abroad to the marginalized in our own streets. & # 39;
Nice couple: Zelda also accompanied the premiere of her friend Anthony Sneed, an actor and producer
Zelda also accompanied her friend Anthony Sneed, an actor and producer, to the premiere.
He was dressed in a cream-colored button-up shirt covered with newspaper, as well as black pants and red and white Nikes.
Zelda recently added direction to her list of talents.
She wrote and directed her first short film, Shrimp, in 2018, while also playing in it alongside Frances Fisher.
The comedy explored the disparate lives of the men and women who visited a BDSM cave in Los Angeles.
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