The way Gene Wilder appears or comes across to others is very congruent with his true nature so "what he sees is what you get". The description below reinforces what you read about Gene in the previous chapter.
Gene Wilder is, in many ways, an eternal child. His mind is bright, alert, curious, flexible, playful and always eager for new experiences - and his attention span is often quite brief. Wilder grasps ideas quickly and once his initial curiosity has been satisfied, he is ready to move on. Gene Wilder craves frequent change and variety, as well as new situations and people.
It may be hard for Gene Wilder to decide just where his talents and true vocation lie, for he has a multitude of interests and is loathe limiting himself by concentrating on just one. He is easily distracted by all of the other fascinating possibilities. His curiosity and restlessness propel Gene toward many different experiences in life, and he is willing to taste or try anything once. Doing the same thing over and over again, even if it is something he does well, is tantamount to drudgery for Wilder.
Gene Wilder lives in his head a great deal - reading, observing, thinking, spinning ideas around - and he needs mental stimulation every bit as much as he needs food and drink. In fact, if Gene had to choose between a good book or movie and a good lunch, he would very likely choose the former. Gene Wilder has a creative mind and he often lives by his wits.
He is also a very social creature, with a strong need to communicate and interact with people. He enjoys using and playing with words and has a real flair for getting his ideas across in a clever, interesting, articulate manner. Writing and/or speaking are areas he has talent for.
Gene Wilder also has a rather lighthearted and mischievous sense of humor, and often does not take anything too seriously. Though he craves emotional involvement, it is hard for Gene Wilder to achieve it, for he is frequently unwilling to commit himself to anything, to take responsibility or to limit his personal freedom and mobility.
His happiness lies in using his creativity and language skills to communicate something meaningful, teach, inspire, or bring people together. Gene has an unbiased mind and can usually offer a fresh, clear, uncluttered perspective. His faults are his lack of constancy and persistence, and his tendency to overlook or ignore deep emotional issues and other people's feelings.
Gene Wilder has a clear sense of his own self and he therefore conveys a strong impression to others of who he is and what he wants. Assertive and self-motivated, Wilder can be a leader - one whom others look to for direction - but he competes and often clashes with other strong individuals. Gene Wilder feels a need to be in control of his own life and he can be too self-involved, too immersed in his own interests, and oblivious to others at times.
He is direct, energetic, sometimes aggressive and combative. Gene Wilder often feels that he needs to fight to get what he wants, and he tends to have a "me-first" attitude that angers or irritates others. He is hasty, restless, impatient and sometimes reckless.
While Gene Wilder does have a strong drive, he frequently holds himself back. One of his challenges lies in learning to endure frustration and to patiently overcome the obstacles in his life (or his own internal caution and resistance!).
Realistic and practical, Gene Wilder sets goals for himself that are modest enough for him to actually achieve. He is able to tackle long, difficult projects and see them through, for Wilder possesses self-discipline, concentration and perseverance. Gene Wilder also has a strong sense of responsibility and is very conscientious about fulfilling his obligations. Wilder often does things because he feels it is expected of him.
Astrological factors in this Astro Profile section:
Ascendant in Gemini and Sun in Gemini
Sun in Gemini
Sun in 1st house
Sun Square Mars
Sun aspects Mars and Saturn
Sun Trine Saturn