- Name: Robert Wagner
- Age: 88 years old
- Height: 5ft 11in (181 cm)
- Occupation: Actor
- Net Worth: US $15 Million
- Status: Alive
Robert Wagner is an American actor and producer. He starred as “Jonathan Hart” in Hart to Hart (1979-84) and as “Number Two” in the Austin Powers film series. His credits include A Kiss Before Dying (1956), The Towering Inferno (1974), It Takes a Thief, and Switch. Wagner was born on February 10, 1930, in Detroit, Michigan. His mother, Hazel, worked as a telephone operator, and his father, Robert Sr, as a steel executive. He has a sister named Mary. The family relocated to Bel Air, California, in 1937. Wagner attended Santa Monica High School. He worked as a caddie at the Bel-Air Country Club prior to acting. He caddied for the likes of Clark Gable and Fred Astaire.
Wagner made his film debut in The Happy Years (1950) starring Dean Stockwell. The film was based on the novel ‘The Varmint’ by Owen Johnson. Other early film appearances followed in The Frogmen (1951), Halls of Montezuma (1951) and With a Song in My Heart (1952). Wagner was nominated for a Golden Globe for his role in Stars and Stripes Forever (1952). He starred as “Tony Petrakis” in Beneath the 12-Mile Reef (1953). He had a supporting role in the drama, Titanic (1953), alongside Clifton Webb and Barbara Stanwyck. He had prominent roles in Prince Valiant (1954) with James Mason, Broken Lance (1954) with Spencer Tracy, and A Kiss Before Dying (1955) with Jeffrey Hunter. The latter was based on Ira Levin’s 1953 novel of the same name.
In the 1960s, Wagner appeared in films like The Pink Panther (1963) and Harper (1966). He was cast in the lead role as “Alexander Mundy” in the ABC action-adventure series It Takes a Thief (1968-70). It ran for three seasons. Wagner co-starred with Steve McQueen and Paul Newman in the disaster film The Towering Inferno (1974). Back on the small screen, he appeared opposite Eddie Albert in the CBS series Switch (1975-78). His next big role was as “Jonathan Hart” in the ABC mystery series Hart to Hart. The show ran for 5 seasons from August 1979 to May 1984. Other notable television appearances include Colditz, NCIS, Two and a Half Men, Boston Legal, and Hope & Faith. Wagner played evil henchman “Number Two” in three Austin Powers films, International Man of Mystery (1997), The Spy Who Shagged Me (1999) and Goldmember (2002). All three films were directed by Jay Roach and starred Mike Myers. Wagner’s more recent films include Hoot (2006), Man in the Chair (2007) and What Happened to Monday (2017). He voiced the character “Mr. Robinson” for the animated film Everyone’s Hero (2006).
Wagner’s first book, Pieces of My Heart, was published in 2008. Two more books followed, You Must Remember This (2014) and I Loved Her in the Movies (2016). All three books were co-written by Scott Eyman.PERSONAL
Robert Wagner is about 5ft 11in tall and he’s of German and Norwegian descent. His net worth is estimated at $15 million. He was awarded a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 2002. Wagner has two daughters, Courtney and Katie. He was married to actress ‘Natalie Wood’ from 1957-1962 and from 1972-1981. Natalie Woods died on November 29, 1981, from drowning. Wagner was married to Marion Marshall from 1963-1971. His current wife is actress ‘Jill St. John’. The two got married in May 1990. Wagner also dated Barbara Stanwyck and Tina Sinatra. According to his memoirs, he’s had affairs with several women including Joan Crawford, Elizabeth Taylor and Joan Collins.
Robert Wagner Age, Birthday, Salary, Wiki
- Birth Name: Robert John Wagner, Jr.
- Birthday: February 10, 1930
- How Old : Age: 88 years old
- Place of Birth: Detroit, Michigan, United States
- Zodiac Sign: Aquarius
- How Tall : Height: 5ft 11in (181 cm)
- Occupation: Actor, Producer
- Years Active: 1950-present
- Net Worth & Salary: US $15 Million
- Marriage(s): Natalie Wood, Marion Marshall, Jill St. John
- Death-O-Meter: Alive