Gene Wilder

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Wilder in 1970

Jerome Silberman (June 11, 1933August 29, 2016), known professionally as Gene Wilder, was an American comic actor in film and theater, screenwriter, film director, and author.

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  • This was in Milwaukee when I was eleven years old. I went to see my sister give a dramatic reading. She'd been taking drama lessons. I walked into the hall, and there was a little stage at the other end, and maybe 150 people, parents mostly, or children like myself. The lights went down slowly, very slowly. Then it was dark. Spotlights hit the stage, and there was my sister, standing there in the. At that moment I thought, that must be the most beautiful thing in the world, to be able to arrange things so that people have to listen to you. "So, that's why I became an actor. Well, anyway, my analyst says it's better than running naked in Central Park...

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