Jerome Silberman, popularly known by his stage name Gene Wilder, is a retired film and TV actor, singer-songwriter, author, and scriptwriter. Silberman began his career with the movie, ‘Roots’ which. In 1967, he earned his first feature film tilted, ‘Bonnie and Clyde’. Even though his role in this movie was minimal, yet his performance didn’t go unnoticed. The movie, ‘The Producers’ earned him an Academy Award nomination for ‘Best Supporting Actor’. ‘Start The Revolution Without Me’, ‘Everything You Wanted About Sex But Were Afraid To Ask’ and ‘Willy Wanker & the Chocolate Factory’ are few of his most appreciated movies. Gene even directed a few of his movies, in which he co-starred along with his wife, Gilda Rander. He became actively involved in spreading awareness about cancer after his wife died of the deadly disease. His last role was in an American sitcom; ‘Will & Grace’ that earned him an Emmy Award. He wrote a memoir in 2005. ‘My French Whore’, ‘Something To Remember You By’ and The women Who Wouldn’t’ are few of his works. Gene’s quotes on love and life are very relatable. We have gathered a few of his quotes and sayings on several subjects and issues.