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Consultado el 29 de agosto de University of Iowa Alumni Association. Pryor and Mr. Wilder", also acknowledging that "this is not elegant movie making, and not all of the gags are equally clever".
After starring as a political cartoonist who falls in love in the film Funny About Love , Wilder performed in one final movie with Pryor, the feature Another You , in which Pryor's physical deterioration from multiple sclerosis was clearly noticeable.
Wilder's remaining work consisted of television movies and guest appearances in TV shows. Wilder was inducted into the Wisconsin Performing Arts Hall of Fame, at the Marcus Center for the Performing Arts in Milwaukee, on April 9, In , Wilder starred in the NBC sitcom Something Wilder.
He went back to the small screen in , appearing in three television movies, one of which was the NBC adaptation of Alice in Wonderland.
Stein, Will Truman 's boss. Wilder met his first wife, Mary Mercier, while studying at the HB Studio in New York. Although the couple had not been together long, they married on July 22, They spent long periods of time apart, eventually divorcing in A few months later, Wilder began dating Mary Joan Schutz, a friend of his sister.
Schutz had a daughter, Katharine, from a previous marriage. When Katharine started calling Wilder "Dad", he decided to do what he felt was "the right thing to do",  marrying Schutz on October 27, , and adopting Katharine that same year.
Schutz and Wilder separated after seven years of marriage, with Katharine suspecting that Wilder was having an affair with his Young Frankenstein co-star, Madeline Kahn.
After the divorce, he briefly dated his other Frankenstein co-star, Teri Garr. Wilder eventually became estranged from Katharine. Wilder met Saturday Night Live actress Gilda Radner on August 13, , while filming Sidney Poitier's Hanky Panky.
Radner was married to guitarist G. Smith at the time, but Wilder and she became inseparable friends. When the filming of Hanky Panky ended, Wilder found himself missing Radner, so he called her.
The relationship grew, and Radner eventually divorced Smith in She moved in with Wilder, and the couple married on September 14, , in the south of France.
The couple wanted to have children, but Radner suffered miscarriages , and doctors could not determine the problem.
After experiencing severe fatigue and suffering from pain in her upper legs on the set of Haunted Honeymoon , Radner sought medical treatment.
Following a number of false diagnoses, she was found to have ovarian cancer in October The disease finally went into remission, giving the couple a respite, during which time Wilder filmed See No Evil, Hear No Evil.
Radner died on May 20, Following Radner's death, Wilder became active in promoting cancer awareness and treatment, helping found the Gilda Radner Ovarian Cancer Detection Center in Los Angeles and co-founding Gilda's Club , a support group to raise awareness of cancer that began in New York City and now has branches throughout the country.
Webb coached him in lip reading. Following Gilda Radner's death, Wilder and Webb reconnected, and on September 8, , they married. In , Wilder stated, "I'm quietly political.
I don't like advertising. Giving money to someone or support, but not getting on a bandstand. I don't want to run for president in I will write another book instead.
The Wilders spent most of their time painting watercolors , writing, and participating in charitable efforts.
In , Wilder collaborated on the book Gilda's Disease with oncologist Steven Piver, sharing personal experiences of Radner's struggle with ovarian cancer.
Wilder himself was hospitalized with non-Hodgkin lymphoma in , but confirmed in March that the cancer was in complete remission following chemotherapy and a stem cell transplant.
In October , he read from Charlie and the Chocolate Factory as part of a special benefit performance held at the Westport Country Playhouse to aid families affected by the September 11 attacks.
On March 1, , Wilder released his highly personal memoir, Kiss Me Like a Stranger: My Search for Love and Art , an account of his life covering everything from his childhood up to Radner's death.
Two years later, in March , Wilder released his first novel, My French Whore , which is set during World War I.
In a Turner Classic Movies special, Role Model: Gene Wilder , where Alec Baldwin interviewed Wilder about his career, Wilder said that he was basically retired from acting for good.
In , Wilder released a collection of stories called What Is This Thing Called Love? When asked in a Time Out New York magazine interview whether he would act again if a suitable film project came his way, Wilder responded, "I'm tired of watching the bombing, shooting, killing, swearing and 3-D.
I get 52 movies a year sent to me, and maybe there are three good [ones]. That's why I went into writing. It's not that I wouldn't act again.
I'd say, 'Give me the script. If it's something wonderful, I'll do it. Wilder died at the age of 83 on August 29, , at home in Stamford, Connecticut , from complications of Alzheimer's disease.
He had kept knowledge of his condition private, but had been diagnosed three years prior to his death. The decision to wait until this time to disclose his condition wasn't vanity, but more so that the countless young children that would smile or call out to him 'there's Willy Wonka ,' would not have to be then exposed to an adult referencing illness or trouble and causing delight to travel to worry, disappointment, or confusion.
He simply couldn't bear the idea of one less smile in the world. According to his family, Wilder died while listening to one of his favorite songs, a rendition of " Over the Rainbow " sung by Ella Fitzgerald.
Mel Brooks , as a guest on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon , spoke about his grief, stating, "He was such a dear friend, I expected that he would go but when it happens, it's still tremendous.
It's a big shock. I'm still reeling. No more Gene? He was such a wonderful part of my life. Various celebrities shared their grief for the comedian on Twitter such as Carl Reiner , Albert Brooks , Billy Crystal , Julia Louis Dreyfus , and Russell Crowe.
Wilder was included in the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences In Memoriam montage during the Oscars telecast.
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And, together, they are probably the funniest pair that's ever been on screen. And I was always a great admirer of Thornton Wilder.
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