In a rare public appearance, Gene Wilder sat down for an interview with Robert Osborne at the 92nd Street Y in New York on June 12, 2013, talking about, among other things, why he stopped acting regularly.
Wilder died Sunday at 83, as we reported previously.
In the interview, Wilder discusses his work in films such as “Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory” and “Young Frankenstein,” and talks about working with Mel Brooks and Richard Pryor.
He also talks about the “Willy Wonka” remake, revealing that he’s not a fan. And he talks about Gilda Radner, who was married to Wilder at the time of her death due to ovarian cancer in 1989.
Here’s the interview, posted by the 92nd Street Y …