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Gene Wilder
Birthday: June 11, 1933

Birth Place: Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA
Height: 5' 1"

Below is a complete filmography (list of movies he's appeared in) for Gene Wilder. If you have any corrections or additions, please email us at corrections@actorsofhollywood.com. We'd also be interested in any trivia or other information you have.



With his wild curly hair, large expressive blue eyes, slight lisp, and nervous mannerism, Gene Wilder seems on the surface the epitome of the mild-mannered bookkeeper type, but a close look reveals a volatile energy lying beneath the milquetoast, a mad spark in the eye, and a tendency to explode into discombobulated manic hilarity, usually as a result of being unable to handle the chaos that surrounds his characters. In fact one might label Wilder the consummate reactor rather than a traditional thespian. During the 1970s, Wilder starred in some of the decade's most popular comedies. Though he has spent the bulk of his career on his own, Wilder was at his best when he was collaborating with Mel Brooks. Such films as The Producers, Young Frankenstein, and Blazing Saddles have become modern American classics. The son of Russian-Jewish immigrants, Wilder was born Jerome "Jerry" Silberman in Milwaukee, WI. His father manufactured miniature beer and whiskey bottles. Wilder began studying drama and working in summer stock while studying at the University of Iowa. Following graduation, he furthered his dramatic studies at England's Bristol Old Vic Theatre School. Wilder was an exceptional fencer and while there won the school's fencing championship. Upon his return to the U.S., Wilder supported himself by teaching fencing. At other times, he also drove a limo and sold toys. After gaining experience off-Broadway in the early '60s, Wilder joined the Actors Studio. This led to several successful Broadway appearances. Wilder made his feature film debut playing a small but memorable role as a timid undertaker who is kidnapped by the protagonists of Arthur Penn's violent Bonnie and Clyde (1967). The following year Wilder worked with Mel Brooks for the first time, co-starring opposite Zero Mostel in the screamingly funny Producers (1968). His role as the neurotic accountant Leo Bloom who is seduced into a mad scheme by a once powerful Broadway producer into a crazy money-making scheme. Wilder's performance earned him an Oscar nomination. In his next film, Start the Revolution Without Me (1970), Wilder demonstrated his fencing prowess while playing one of two pairs of twins separated at birth during the years of the French Revolution. He demonstrated a more dramatic side in the underrated romantic comedy/drama Quackser Fortune Has a Cousin in the Bronx (aka Fun Loving) (1970). The following year, Wilder starred in what many fondly remember as one of his best roles, that of the mad chocolatier Willy Wonka in the darkly comic musical Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory. Despite these and other efforts, Wilder did not become a major star until Young Frankenstein (1974), a loving and uproarious send-up of Universal horror movies for which he and Brooks wrote the script. Following the tremendous success of Brooks' Blazing Saddles (1974), Wilder struck out on his own, making his solo screenwriting and directorial debut with The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes' Smarter Brother (1975) which co-starred fellow Brooks alumni Madeline Kahn and Marty Feldman. Like his subsequent directorial efforts the humor was fitful and the direction uneven. He did however have a minor hit as the director and star of The Woman in Red (1984). As an actor, Wilder fared better with the smash hit Silver Streak (1976). As much of a romantic action-adventure as it was a comedy, it would be the first of three successful pairings of Wilder and comedian Richard Pryor. Their second movie together, Stir Crazy (1980), was also a hit while their third and fourth pairings in See No Evil, Hear No Evil (1989) and Another You (1990) were much weaker. While appearing in Hanky Panky, Wilder met and married comedienne Gilda Radner. When she passed away in 1989 from cancer, Wilder was reputedly devastated. He stopped making and appearing in films after 1991; he did, however, try his hand at situation comedy in the short-lived Something Wilder (1994-1995).

Movie Credits
Boardroom and a Parked Place (2002)
The Lady in Question (1999)
[ Mike Starr ][ John Benjamin Hickey ]
Alice in Wonderland (1999)
[ Robbie Coltrane ][ Christopher Lloyd ][ Ben Kingsley ][ Jason Flemyng ][ Martin Short ]
Murder in a Small Town (1999)
[ Terry O'Quinn ][ Mike Starr ]
Another You (1991)
[ Richard Pryor ][ Kevin Pollak ][ Vincent Schiavelli ][ Michael J. Pollard ]
Funny About Love (1990)
[ Stephen Tobolowsky ]
See No Evil, Hear No Evil (1989)
[ Kevin Spacey ][ Richard Pryor ][ Zach Grenier ][ Ed Quinn ]
Haunted Honeymoon (1986)
[ Jonathan Pryce ][ Dom DeLuise ]
The Woman in Red (1984)
[ Charles Grodin ][ Joseph Bologna ]
Hanky Panky (1982)
[ William Sadler ][ Richard Widmark ][ Frankie Faison ][ Jay O. Sanders ][ James Tolkan ]
Stir Crazy (1980)
[ Richard Pryor ][ Craig T Nelson ][ Craig T. Nelson ][ Barry Corbin ][ Tony Burton ]
Sunday Lovers (1980)
[ Roger Moore ][ Denholm Elliott ]
The Frisco Kid (1979)
[ Harrison Ford ][ Vincent Schiavelli ]
The World's Greatest Lover (1977)
[ Danny DeVito ][ Dom DeLuise ]
Silver Streak (1976)
[ Richard Pryor ][ Richard Kiel ][ Fred Willard ][ Patrick McGoohan ][ Ned Beatty ]
The Adventure of Sherlock Holmes' Smarter Brother (1975)
[ Albert Finney ][ Dom DeLuise ][ Roy Kinnear ]
Young Frankenstein (1974)
[ Gene Hackman ][ Mel Brooks ][ Peter Boyle ][ Kenneth Mars ][ Ian Abercrombie ]
Annie and the Hoods (1974)
[ Alan Alda ][ Tony Curtis ]
The Little Prince (1974)
[ Joss Ackland ]
Thursday's Game (1974)
[ Rob Reiner ][ Chris Sarandon ][ Bob Newhart ][ Norman Fell ]
Blazing Saddles (1974)
[ Mel Brooks ][ Dom DeLuise ][ Slim Pickens ][ Richard Farnsworth ][ Cleavon Little ]
Rhinoceros (1974)
Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex * But Were Afraid to Ask (1972)
[ Woody Allen ][ Burt Reynolds ][ Tony Randall ][ Ian Abercrombie ][ Geoffrey Holder ]
The Scarecrow (1972)
[ Pete Duel ]
Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory (1971)
[ Peter Ostrum ][ Roald Dahl ][ Jack Albertson ][ Roy Kinnear ][ Paris Themmen ]
Quackser Fortune Has a Cousin in the Bronx (1970)
[ David Kelly ]
Start the Revolution Without Me (1970)
[ Donald Sutherland ][ Orson Welles ][ Graham Stark ]
The Producers (1968)
[ Mel Brooks ][ Kenneth Mars ][ Dick Shawn ][ Bill Macy ]
Bonnie and Clyde (1967)
[ Gene Hackman ][ Warren Beatty ][ Michael J. Pollard ]
Death of a Salesman (1966)
[ George Segal ][ Lee J. Cobb ][ Joss Ackland ]
A Sound of Hunting (1962)


  • Played a man wrongly accused of committing a crime in four movies: Silver Streak (1976), Stir Crazy (1980), Hanky Panky (1982), and See No Evil, Hear No Evil (1989).
  • Starred with Richard Pryor in four movies: Silver Streak (1976), Stir Crazy (1980), See No Evil, Hear No Evil (1989), and Another You (1991).
  • Won the Clarence Derwent award for the Broadway play "The Complaisant Lover" in 1962.
  • Graduated from the University of Iowa with a Bachelor of Arts degree.
  • After his wife Gilda Radner died of ovarian cancer, Gene co-founded Gilda's Club, a support group to raise awareness of the disease.
  • Was diagnosed with non-Hodgkin's lymphoma and is undergoing chemotherapy. [1999]
  • Wife, Karen Boyer, is a former speech pathologist.
  • Is a life long brother of the Alpha Epsilon Pi Fraternity.
  • Says he picked the name 'Gene Wilder' because he couldn't see a 'Jerry Silberman' playing Hamlet. He admits now that he can't see 'Gene Wilder' playing Hamlet either.
  • Made a full recovery from Cancer in 2000.
  • Uncle of director-screenwriter Jordan Walker-Pearlman.
  • Campaigned with Elaine May and Renée Taylor for Eugene McCarthy, Allard Lowenstein and Paul O'Dwyer, 1968.
  • Served with U.S. Army, 1956-58.
  • Has been a staunch liberal Democrat for many years, and was staunchly against the Vietnam War. He is now against the War in Iraq.
  • Treated his cancer with an adult stem-cell treatment.
  • When he chose his stage name, he chose "Wilder" because he loved Thornton Wilder's play "Our Town". The name "Gene" he chose simply because he liked it, not realizing until later it was because his mother's name was Jean (she was sick for most of his childhood, and he spent much of his time entertaining her as a kid to keep her happy and her spirits up. He subconsciously chose the name because he loved her so much and in honour of her).
  • While serving in the U.S. Army, he was assigned as a Medic to the Department of Psychiatry and Neurology at Valley Forge General Hospital in Phoenixville, Pennsylvania. He worked in treating psychiatric patients.
  • Although they collaborated many times on-screen, he and Richard Pryor were not friends. For his part, Wilder claimed that Richard Pryor's cocaine addiction made him unpleasant to be around.
  • He claims that before Mel Brooks recruited him, he regarded himself as more of a dramatic than a comedic actor.
  • His performance as Dr. Frederick Frankenstein ("that's FRONKensteen") in Young Frankenstein (1974) is ranked #9 on Premiere Magazine's 100 Greatest Performances of All Time (2006).
  • His performance as Willy Wonka in Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory (1971) is ranked #38 on Premiere Magazine's 100 Greatest Movie Characters of All Time.

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