Robert Wagner Age, Wiki, Biography, Height, Weight, Net Worth, Girlfriend & More

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Robert John Wagner Jr. is a highly accomplished American actor, known for his versatile career spanning over six decades. He gained fame through starring roles in TV series such as ‘Switch,’ ‘Hart to Hart,’ and ‘It Takes a Thief.’

However, his most iconic role was as ‘Number Two’ in the ‘Austin Powers’ film series. Wagner’s journey in acting began at a young age when he was discovered by a talent scout.

He made his debut in the film industry with ‘The Happy Years’ in 1950 and secured a contract with ’20th Century Fox.’ Some of his notable works in the film industry include the ‘Austin Powers’ trilogy, ‘The Towering Inferno,’ ‘Harper,’ ‘The Pink Panther,’ and ‘A Kiss Before Dying.’

On the small screen, he made his mark with series like ‘Switch’ and ‘Hart to Hart,’ as well as miniseries like ‘Windmills of the Gods’ and TV films like ‘Love Among Thieves.’

Robert Wagner Wiki & Biography

Name Robert Wagner
Nickname John, Robert
Date Of Birth February 10, 1930
Age 93 Years
Birth Place Detroit, Michigan, United States
Gender Male
Profession Actor
Debut Television shows It Takes a Thief (1968-1970)
Famous For Starring in the television shows It Takes a Thief, Switch, and Hart to Hart
Zodiac Sign Aquarius
Nationality American
Religion Christianity

Robert Wagner’s Net Worth

Salary Not Known
Net Worth USD $15 million approx

Height, Weight, and Color

Height in cm 18 cm
Height in Meters 1.8 m
Height in Feet Inches 5 feet 11 inches
Weight 94 kg

207 lbs

Body Type Average
Body Measurement 42-34-14 inches
Waist Size 34 inches
Shoe Size 11 (US)
Eye Colour Grayish Green
Hair Colour White

Robert Wagner’s Family and Relatives

Father Robert John Wagner Sr.
Mother Hazel Alvera Wagner
Brothers None
Sisters Mary Wagner
Boyfriends / Girlfriends Jill St. John (m. 1990)

Natalie Wood (m. 1972-1981)

Marion Marshall (m. 1963-1971)

Natalie Wood (m. 1957-1962)

Marital Status Married
Partner Jill St. John (m. 1990),
Robert Wagner with his wife Jill
Robert Wagner with his wife Jill

Natalie Wood(m. 1972-1981),

Robert Wagner with his ex-wife Natalie
Robert Wagner with his ex-wife Natalie

Marion Marshall (m. 1963-1971),

Robert Wagner with his ex-wife Marion
Robert Wagner with his ex-wife Marion

Natalie Wood (m. 1957-1962)

Sons None
Daughters Courtney Brooke Wagner, Katie Wagner

Robert Wagner with his daughters
Robert Wagner with his daughters

Robert Wagner Education School and Colleges

Education Qualification Graduate
School Santa Monica High School
College & University St. Monica Catholic High SchoolBlack-Foxe Military Institute

Favourites Things Of Robert Wagner

Favorite Colour Black, Yellow
Favorite Actor Not Known
Favorite Actress Not Known
Favorite Food Not Known
Favorite TV Shows The Pink Panther 1963
Favorite Movie Hart to Hart
Favorite Pets Dogs
Hobbies Reading Books
Favorite Destination Europe

Robert Wagner

Interesting Facts About Robert Wagner

  • Wagner made his film debut with a small role in ‘The Happy Years’ (1950) and signed a contract with talent agent Henry Willson, leading to his association with ’20th Century Fox.’
  • He gained recognition in the war film ‘Halls of Montezuma’ (1951), followed by a role in ‘With a Song in My Heart’ (1952), which won an ‘Academy Award’ and two ‘Golden Globe Awards.’
  • He then landed his first starring role as ‘Tony Petrakis’ in ‘Beneath the 12-Mile Reef’ (1953), which became a commercial success.
  • His career continued with roles in films like ‘Titanic’ (1953), ‘Prince Valiant’ (1954), ‘Between Heaven and Hell’ (1956), ‘The True Story of Jesse James’ (1957), and ‘In Love and War’ (1958).
  • In 1960, Wagner signed a contract with ‘Columbia Pictures’ for three movies, resulting in ‘Sail a Crooked Ship’ (1961) and ‘The War Lover’ (1962).
  • His fame soared with ‘The Pink Panther’ (1963) and ‘Harper’ (1966). He returned to Hollywood and made his TV debut as ‘Alexander Mundy’ in ‘It Takes a Thief,’ earning an ‘Emmy’ nomination.
  • He co-produced ‘Madame Sin’ (1972), appeared in ‘Colditz’ (1972-1974), and starred in ‘The Towering Inferno’ (1974), a major success.
  • He also appeared in TV movies like ‘Love Among Thieves’ (1987) and miniseries like ‘Windmills of the Gods’ (1988).
  • In his later career, he gained fame as ‘Number Two’ in the ‘Austin Powers’ film series.
  • His filmography includes ‘Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story’ (1993), ‘A Dennis the Menace Christmas’ (2007), and appearances in the TV series ‘NCIS’ (2010).
  • Wagner has also co-written three books with Scott Eyman, namely ‘Pieces of My Heart: A Life’ (2008), ‘You Must Remember This: The Life and Style of Hollywood’s Golden Age’ (2014), and ‘I Loved Her in the Movies: Memories of Hollywood’s Legendary Actresses’ (2016).
  • Robert Wagner had several marriages, including one to actor Natalie Wood from 1957 to 1962. He was then married to actor Marion Marshall from 1963 to 1971, and they had a daughter, Katie Wagner.
  • After an engagement to Tina Sinatra, he remarried Natalie Wood in 1972, and they had a daughter, Courtney Wagner.
  • In 1990, he married actor Jill St. John.

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