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Born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, on 11 June, 1933, Gene Wilder graduated from the University of Iowa with a Bachelor of Arts degree. In 1974, he teamed up with Mel Brooks (who also directed him in "Blazing Saddles") to write the screenplay for "Young Frankenstein", which earned him his second Oscar nomination.

After the loss of his third wife, Gilda Radner, to ovarian cancer, Gene co-founded Gilda's Club, a support group to raise awareness of the disease.

Wilder was diagnosed with non-Hodgkin's lymphoma in 1999 and underwent an adult stem-cell treatment, thanks to which he made a full recovery in 2000.

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