|Celebrated Name:||Lindsay Wagner|
|Real Name/Full Name:||Lindsay Jean Wagner|
|Age:||73 years old|
|Birth Date:||22 June 1949|
|Birth Place:||Los Angeles, California, United States|
|Lawrence Mortorff (m. 1990–1993), Henry Kingi (m. 1981–1984), Michael Brandon (m. 1976–1979), Allan Rider (m. 1971–1973)|
|Children:||Yes (Dorian Kingi, Alex Kingi)|
|Profession:||American film and television actress, model, author, singer, acting coach, and adjunct professor|
|Net Worth in 2023:||$20 million|
|Last Updated:||June 2023|
Hugely known for portraying the character of Jaime Sommers in the TV series ‘Bionic Women,’ Lindsay Wagner is an American actress, singer, model, and author. She is also famous for being the adjunct professor. She was at the peak of her career during the 1970s.
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The American actress was born in Los Angeles, California, on June 22, 1949, to William Wagner and Marilyn Wagner. Her father worked as a professional photographer, whereas her mother was a building contractor. When Lindsay was only seven years old, her parents got separated, which led her to move with her mother to Eagle Rock, Pasadena.
Following that, her mother married Ted Ball, and Lindsay had to move Portland, Oregon, with her parents. She attended Davis Douglas High School there and then enrolled at the University of Oregon. Later, she also attended Mount Hood Community College briefly.
Talking about her love life, Lindsay married four times and has two children, but none of her marriages worked out. None of her relationships could go any further than 4-5 years. First, she married Allan Richard Rider in 1971 then, Michael Brandon in 1976 thereafter, Henry Kingi in 1981, and finally Lawrence Mortorff in 1990 whom she divorced in 1993. She had both the kids with Henry Kingi.
Age, Height, and Weight
Being born on 22 June 1949, Lindsay Wagner is 73 years old as of today’s date 2nd June 2023. Her height is 1.75 m tall, and her weight is 55 kg.
Lindsay loved acting since her childhood. During her school days, she performed in many school plays. To make her career professionally in acting, she stepped into modeling when she was a teenager. First, she made an appearance in ‘Playboy After Dark’ as a hostess. This helped her to garner a bit low-grounded publicity. She took a big step in 1971 when she signed a contract with ‘Universal Studios.’ Here she worked as a contract player and was paid $162/week. The same year, she made her TV screen debut with the drama series ‘Adam-12’.
For the next 4-5 years, she appeared in random works before making the big in the industry in 1975. She starred in a few episodes of ‘The Six Million Dollar Man’ and created the uproars. The same time, she also appeared in TV series ‘The Bionic Woman’ which propelled her as an established actress and garnered a huge publicity ad success. Thereafter, she appeared in many hit films and TV shows. So far, she is featured in nearly 40 movies and 12 feature films.
Awards & achievements
Lindsay Wagner has won many awards throughout her career. She has won a TV Land Award and Prime Time Emmy Award. She also received the ‘Hollywood Walk of Fame’ in 1984 for the TV series ‘The Bionic Woman.’
Net Worth & Salary of Lindsay Wagner in 2023
After learning about her multi-professions, you shouldn’t be surprised if she boasts an impressive net worth. The beautiful lady has a staggering net worth of $20 million as of June 2023. She has earned money mainly through the acting, but modeling and singing have also added up a significant amount of money to her net worth. So far, she has written three books, and those were too quite successful.
As of now, Lindsay Wagner is 73 years old, but she still manages to put herself ahead of many star celebrities in terms of performance, acting, and of course, net worth.
i just love lindsay wagner. i always watch her show the bionic woman. she was one of my favorites when growing up.
I watch here on the show to and we watch lindsey and lee major play the bonic man love there show’s
This Wiki of Lyndsay is wonderful! I have always admired her in the various tv shows including Rockford Files… Her movies have had her playing iconic leading roles. I just learned her; age, place of birth, high school attended and colleges attended. She is 4 years and 3 days older than I am. She was born in Los Angeles. I was born in Pasadena, California where her mom moved them to. I grew up in Covina, California 10 minutes from Pasadena. She moved to Portland, Oregon and attended David Douglas High School. I also moved to Portland, Oregon. My son attended Benson Polytechnical High School in N.E. Portland. His best friend attended David Douglas High School in S. E. Portland. My first job after moving to Portland was at the newly built Nike Data Processing Co. next to Intel in Hillsboro, Oregon
In June of 1979. A year later I bought an original house in the Concordia neighborhood in N.E. Portland. Lyndsay’s Aunt lived 2 streets to the west of my house parallel to it. My son was 5 at that time. When I first took him trick or treating in 1980, Lyndsay’s Aunt and two other women were dressed up as authentic looking witches. They were out on the front lawn with fog machine(s) a large caldron with dry ice effect billowing from it… They were reciting over and over again “Boil and bubble, toil and trouble…”. We looked forward to it every year! I had been hired by American Airlines to work for Sky Chefs Restaurant/bar when at that time was located in the Portland International Airport, as the Main Nighttime Hostess/Cashier and Manager of the waitresses…in 1980. There were 50 to 100+ people in the restaurant most of the time. Politicians, the Trail Blazers Basketball Team, various celebrities…would stop in at the restaurant. I was raised to respect famous celebrity’s privacy growing up in L. A. Lyndsay came into the restaurant one evening. She was strikingly even more beautiful in person than on screen. I said “Good evening Miss Wagner” when she walked in. She asked me where the bathroom was. I had let the waitresses… know to please not bring a lot of attention to her so she could aenjoy her meal. When she left I thanked her and said that I hoped she enjoyed her meal… I still to this day hope that I did the right thing. I would never have wanted to offend her and felt very thankful to have had the privilege to see her in person. I wish our path’s would have crossed in L.A.☺️.