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@kwellscomm  PraiseIndy.com Entertainment News – 

The man who had a wide-reaching impact on American comedy and whose work was beloved across generations, and racial lines, has died.

Click the media player below, to learn more about comedic actor, writer, producer Gene Wilder, his on-screen partnerships and illustrious body of work. (WTLC News)

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Wilder dedicated his life to fighting cancer and providing support to those who suffered with it and their families across the country, in honor of his late-wife, comedienne Gilda Radner. His legacy of service continues through the work of Gilda’s Clubs across the nation and internationally. Learn more about the non-profit cancer support organization, which merged with The Wellness Community to form the Cancer Support Community, HERE. If you’re in need of cancer support, the Indianapolis office of CSC is located at 5150 W. 71st Street. Their phone number is 317-257-1505.

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