The one and only child of late actor and comic Gene Wilder and also the one after whom Gene wrote his book Kiss Me Like a Stranger, Katherine Wilder is an actress. Based in the United States, she has appeared in films like Murder on the Orient Express, Frontier, and many others, alongside actors Kenneth Branagh, Johnny Depp, Daisy Ridley, etc.
She was born in the United States to mother Mary Joan Schutz, second wife of Gene Wilder. There is very little information about the actress available, and most of her life is a mystery.
Here, we are going to share some information about her personal life, her relationship status and much more.
As we have already mentioned above, Wilder’s personal life is a complete mystery. She is not very vocal when it comes to talking about her love life and relationships. And to date, there are no reports of her dating any man or being in a relationship.
According to sources, she is currently single. The claim is made because she has never spoken about being in a relationship nor has been spotted in public with a man. She is also inactive on social media, but there are numerous fan pages under her name which share pictures and work of Katherine.
Moreover, she has not gotten married yet, and she also does not have any children.
Wilder is the daughter of a woman named Mary Joan Schutz and the name of her biological father is not known yet. However, her life took a drastic turn after legendary actor Gene Wilder started dating her mother and grew a strong bond with her as she began calling her dad.
Eventually, Gene married her mother and also adopted her. The shocking thing is that Gene married her mother only to have a child, which he was unable to achieve through his four marriages.
Despite the massive love and care the father-daughter duo had for each other, their relationship started to crumble apart. While Gene was at the peak of his career, he became unwilling to share the spotlight with any other person.
Watch Katherine in the trailer for Murder on the Orient Express.
Unable to provide emotional love and support to his daughter, they moved apart and even during his deathbed, they did not reconcile.