Ever since his big screen breakthrough as phobia ridden accountant Leo Bloom in "e;The Producers,"e; Gene Wilder has been one of America's most beloved comic actors. For five decades, Wilder has entertained audiences in some of the funniest films ever made, including "e;Blazing Saddles,"e; "e;Young Frankenstein,"e; and "e;Stir Crazy."e; Brian Scott Mednick's fascinating new biography "e;Gene Wilder: Funny and Sad"e; (BearManor Media) reveals a very serious and private side to Wilder that audiences don't get to see. The book traces Wilder's humble beginnings in 1930s Milwaukee as a shy child who learned early on that being funny got him attention.
Gene Wilder: Funny and Sad
av Bill Devoe
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