At the age of 84 lives in Stamford, Connecticut, died Hollywood actor gene Wilder, best known for the films “Young Frankenstein”, “I see Nothing, I hear nothing,” “Willy Wonka and the chocolate factory” and many others. His death was announced by his nephew. It turned out, Wilder in recent years suffered from Alzheimer’s disease, and resulting health complications led to the death of the artist.
Gene Wilder (real name is Jerome Silberman) was not once nominated for an Oscar and a Golden globe, and in 2003 received the “Emmy” as the best invited actor in the series. In addition, Wilder was known as a producer, Director and writer.
During his career, the actor starred in more than 30 films, and 5 acted as Director, but the most prominent role of his is the way of the confectioner in the film “Willy Wonka and the chocolate factory”, released in theaters in 1971.