Robert Wagner Biography
Robert Wagner is an American stage actor, screen, and television. Wagner was born (Robert John Wagner Jr.) on February 10, 1930 in Detroit, Michigan, U.S. Wagner is best known for starring in the television shows It Takes a Thief (1968–1970).
Robert Wagner Age
Wagner was born (Robert John Wagner Jr.) on February 10, 1930 in Detroit, Michigan, U.S. Wagner is 89 years old as of 2019.
Robert Wagner Family
Wagner is the son of Hazel Alvera Boe and Robert John Wagner Sr. Alvera worked as a telephone operator while Robert was a travelling salesman for the Ford Motor Company. Wagner has a sister; Mary.
Robert Wagner Wife
Wagner had severals affairs accoridn to his meimors, he claimed to have had affairs with Yvonne De Carlo, Joan Crawford, Elizabeth Taylor, Anita Ekberg, Shirley Anne Field, Lori Nelson and Joan Collins. He also claimed a four-year romantic relationship with Barbara Stanwyck after they acted together in the movie Titanic (1953). According to Wagner, because of the age difference – he was 22, she was 45 – they kept the affair secret in order to avoid damage to their careers.
Wagner married actress Natalie Wood age 19 years old on December 28, 1957. Later in June 1961 they seperated and divorced on April 27, 1962. Wagner reconnected with an old friend, actress Marion Marshall. Both Wagner, Marshall and her two children from her marriage to Stanley Donen moved back to America in 1963 during the spring season. They married on July 22, 1963, in the Bronx Courthouse. They divorced on October 14, 1971, after eight years of marriage.
In 1971, Wagner was engaged to Tina Sinatra. In early 1972, Wagner reconnected with Wood and remarried her on July 16, 1972 after a six-month courtship.
Robert Wagner Children
Wagner and Marion Marshall have a daughter, Katie Wagner (born May 11, 1964). Wagner has a child with Natalie Wood; Courtney Wagner, was born on March 9, 1974.
Robert Wagner Height
Wagner is approximately 1.8 m
Robert Wagner Filmography
What Happened to Monday
Lend a Hand for Love
The Hungover Games
The Wild Stallion
President James Garfield
Man in the Chair
A Dennis the Menace Christmas
Austin Powers in Goldmember
Play It to the Bone
Crazy in Alabama
Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me
Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery
Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story
Jack Gates (uncredited)
Love Among Thieves
Curse of the Pink Panther
I Am the Cheese
The Concorde … Airport ’79
Laurence Olivier Presents: Cat on a Hot Tin Roof
Lieutenant Commander Ernest L. Blake
The Towering Inferno
The Biggest Bundle of Them All
Don’t Just Stand There!
The Pink Panther
The Longest Day
US Army Ranger
The War Lover
Lt Ed Boland
The Condemned of Altona
Werner von Gerlach
Sail a Crooked Ship
All the Fine Young Cannibals
Chad Bixby (based on Chet Baker)
Say One for Me
In Love and War
Frank “Frankie” O’Neill
The True Story of Jesse James
A Kiss Before Dying
Between Heaven and Hell
Beneath the 12-Mile Reef
Gifford “Giff” Rogers
The Silver Whip
With a Song in My Heart
Stars and Stripes Forever
What Price Glory?
Lt. (jg) Franklin
Halls of Montezuma
Let’s Make It Legal
- 1953: Jukebox Jury as himself
- 1963: The Eleventh Hour, episode: “And God Created Vanity”
- 1968–70: It Takes a Thief as Alexander Mundy
- 1970–71: The Name of the Game as David Corey
- 1971: City Beneath the Sea (movie)
- 1972–74: Colditz as Flight Lieutenant Phil Carrington
- 1975–78: Switch as Pete T. Ryan
- 1978: Pearl (mini series)
- 1979–84: Hart to Hart as Jonathan Hart
- 1980: The Jacques Cousteau Odyssey narrator (2 episodes)
- 1981: The Fall Guy as Himself (1 episode)
- 1984: To Catch a King as Joe Jackson (TV miniseries)
- 1984: There Must Be a Pony as Ben Nichols
- 1985: Lime Street (as James Greyson Culver)
- 1988: Windmills of the Gods (miniseries)
- 1994: Parallel Lives as the sheriff
- 1997: Seinfeld, episode: “The Yada Yada” as Dr. Abbot
- 1999: Fatal Error, as Albert Teal (movie)
- 2003: Hope & Faith as Jack Fairfield (7 episodes)
- 2005: The Simpsons, episode: “Goo Goo Gai Pan” as himself
- 2006: Las Vegas, episode: “Cash Springs Eternal” as Alex Avery
- 2006: Boston Legal as Barry Goal (2 episodes)
- 2007: Hustle, season 4 premiere: “As One Flew Out, One Flew In”
- 2007–08: Two and a Half Men as Teddy Leopold (5 episodes)
- 2010–: NCIS as Anthony DiNozzo Sr. (10 episodes)
- 2012: The League as “Gumpa” Duke, episode: “Bro-Lo El Cordero”
- 2013: Futurama as himself
- 2014: Hot in Cleveland as Jim, episode: “Bossy Cups”
Robert Wagner Net Worth
Wagner has an estimated net of worth of $15 m.
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ONTARIO COLD CASE: Trail to Robert Wagner’s killer evaporated in 1999
Adopted From: cambridgetimes.ca
Published: Feb 16, 2019
The 31-year-old Cambridge resident died of multiple stab wounds, in his apartment, Unit 320, at 142 Woodside Ave., and was found on Jan. 22, 1991. Police believe he died sometime between late afternoon on Jan. 21 and noon on Jan. 22. No weapon was ever recovered.
A friend found him when checking on his well-being after Wagner failed to show up for work as a welder at Babcock & Wilcox and didn’t answer his phone.
The funeral was closed-casket, due to the severity of the crime.
Those are the facts.
But just prior to Christmas 1990, Robert Wagner, or Robbie as his family called him, confided in his late brother-in-law, Roy Bartlett, telling him he would be dead in three weeks, according to Wagner’s sister, Phyllis Bartlett. He didn’t explain why.
“They were out to get him, and they got him,” said Phyllis, who still resides in Brantford, the Wagners’ hometown.
With few leads early in the investigation, police revealed, three months after his death, that Wagner was a small-time drug dealer, selling “small amounts” of hashish and cocaine, then-detective Howie Fiddler told the media. They believe he was likely murdered by one of his customers.
Although Phyllis agrees with Waterloo Region police’s assessment, she said they didn’t go down the rabbit hole far enough with Wagner’s second career. She said he was “really deep” into the Cambridge drug scene, more than police reported, but downplayed his involvement to spare their mother Marilla, who was constantly pushing the police to find Wagner’s killer.
“I do really think it was a hit,” she said.
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