Patricia Wilder
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Patricia Wilder

Actress + Chorus Girl
Female
Born Sep 8, 1913
Died Aug 11, 1995

Patricia 'Honeychile' Wilder was an American film actress of the late 1930s. Born in Macon, Georgia, Wilder had made her way to Hollywood via New York City by the mid-1930s to pursue a career in acting. She had first worked as a showgirl for Bob Hope while in New York City, in the Palace Theater. She received her first film role in 1936, having a minor part alongside James Stewart in Speed.… Read More

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Learn about the memorable moments in the evolution of Patricia Wilder.

CHILDHOOD

1913 Birth Born in 1913.

TWENTIES

1936 23 Years Old 1 More Event
She received her first film role in 1936, having a minor part alongside James Stewart in Speed. … Read More
1937 24 Years Old She had two film appearances in 1937, the first in a minor role in the film New Faces of 1937, which starred Milton Berle and Joe Penner, among others, and the second in On Again Off Again alongside Marjorie Lord and Robert Woolsey.
1938 25 Years Old In 1938 she had minor roles in four films, the biggest of which was My Lucky Star,starring Buddy Ebsen and Cesar Romero, along with another Bob Hope film, Little Miss Broadway. … Read More

THIRTIES

1949 36 Years Old Her second husband was Albert Cernadas, an Argentine millionaire. In 1949 she married her third husband, Prince Fritz Alexander Hohenlohe-Waldenburg-Schillingsfurst, with whom she would remain married until his death in 1984.

LATE ADULTHOOD

1995 82 Years Old Known as Honeychile, she died in New York City in 1995. … Read More
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