Remembered best for his work in the New Age, self-help, and spirituality genres, Wilde penned numerous popular works, including The Trick to Money is Having Some; Miracles; Affirmations; The Quickening; and The Force.
After graduating from St. George's College in Surrey, England, he performed with London's English Stage Company. He began his career as a writer and speaker after studying Taoist philosophy in the 1970s.
He penned lyrics for several Celtic music recordings.
He and his fraternal twin, Patricia "Dee Dee" Wilde, grew up in Farnham, England. He later settled in the United States with his wife Cynthia and his son Sebastien.
One of his last books -- Grace, Gaia, and the End of Days -- was influenced by the work of physicist Paul Dirac.