Robert Wagner
Robert Wagner
Celebrated Name: Robert Wagner
Real Name/Full Name: Robert John Wagner, Jr.
Gender: Male
Age: 91 years old
Birth Date: 10 February 1930
Birth Place: Detroit, Michigan
Nationality: American
Height: 1.81m
Weight: 81 kg
Sexual Orientation: Straight
Marital Status: Married
Wife/Spouse (Name): Jill St. John (m. 1990)

Natalie Wood (m. 1972–1981)

Marion Marshall (m. 1963–1971)

Natalie Wood (m. 1957–1962)

Children/Kids (Son and Daughter): Yes (Katie and Courtney Wagner)
Dating/Girlfriend (Name): N/A
Is Robert Wagner Gay?: No
Profession: Professional actor and producers
Salary: N/A
Net Worth in 2021: $16 Million
Last Updated: November 2021

Robert Wagner is a renowned American professional actor and producer. He came into acting prominence in the early 50s when he got a minor role in Titanic (1953). His fame further shot up when he landed a leading role in It Takes a Thief that aired from 1968-1970. Robert Wagner has been in the film industry as an actor for over six decades.

Maybe you know about Robert Wagner very well, but do you know how old and tall is he and what is his net worth in 2021? If you do not know, we have prepared this article about details of Robert Wagner’s short biography-wiki, career, professional life, personal life, today’s net worth, age, height, weight, and more facts. Well, if you’re ready, let’s start.

Early Life & Biography

He was born Robert John Wagner on 10th February 1930 in Detroit, Michigan. He is the son of Hazel Alvera (née Boe) and Robert John Wagner Sr. His father was a Ford Motor Company salesman. He was raised alongside his sister Mary. Robert Wagner is of German and Norwegian descent.

Wagner completed his studies from Saint Monica Catholic High School, graduating in 1949. He developed an interest in acting soon after completing school. Robert, however, failed his first screen test before being discovered by Henry Wilson.  Wilson facilitated Wagner’s contract with 20th Century-Fox.

Personal Life

Robert Wagner has had quite a rollercoaster when it comes to women. He is the type of man that has been married about four times and had several relationships in the past. His first wife was with Natalie Wood, a 19-year old actress. Wagner was 27 years old at the time. The couple got married in 1957 and divorced in 1962.

He married his second wife, Marion Marshall, in 1963. The two had previously been friends in the past. After reconnecting in 1963, they dated briefly before tying the knot. The couple was blessed with a daughter, Katie Wagner. After being married for eight years, they divorced in 1971.

Soon after his second divorce, Wagner was soon engaged to Tina Sinatra. Their union didn’t seem to push through as Wagner reconnected with an old flame which happened to be his ex-wife. Wagner and Natalie Woods reconciled and re-married on July 16th, 1972. In 1974, the couple was blessed with a daughter, Courtney Wagner. Sadly Woods mysteriously died by drowning in 1981. Her autopsy report said that her death was no accident but a possible homicide. Wagner was the suspect as they were heard to have argued the night she drowned. They were onboard a yacht together with a few friends and co-workers. Wagner is still a person of interest in the ongoing case. Wagner has since denied any involvement in the case.

In 1982, Wagner started dating Jill St. John, and after eight years of courtship, the couple tied the knot in 1990. Moreover, Wagner has had affairs with several women, including Joan Crawford, Elizabeth Taylor, and Joan Collins, among others.

Age, Height, and Weight

Being born on 10th February 1930, Robert Wagner is 91 years old as of today’s date 30th November 2021. His height is 1.81m tall, and his weight is 81 kg.

Career

Robert Wagner’s career debut in 1950 when he got a starring role in the film titled Happy Years. He was later signed by the 20th Century facilitated by his agent Henry Wilson. Wagner went on to be featured in more films such as Titanic in 1950, playing a minor role in Gifford Rogers. Some of his other notable appearances include “The Frogmen,” “Let’s Make it Legal,” and “The Silver Whip,” as well as “Halls of Montezuma.” Additionally, he has been cast in several other films in the 60’s such as “The Pink Panther,” “Winning,” “Banning,” and “Harper.” Wagner has been quite active and successful all through the six decades of his career.

Another big-screen role he got was “Hart to Hart,” a mystery series where he starred as Jonathan Hart. The series ran for five seasons from 1979 to 1984. Other popular series he has acted in include “NCIS,” “Two and a Half Men” and “Boston Legal,” among others. Wagner’s recent works include films such as “Hoot” in 2006, “Man in the Chair” (2007). In 2017 he was in the film “What Happened to Monday.”

In addition to acting, Wagner has authored a few books such as Pieces of my Heart (2008), which was his first book. His second book, You Must Remember, was published in 2014, and I loved Her in The Movies in 2016. All three books were co-written alongside Scott Eyman.

Awards & Achievements

Wagner has been nominated for various awards, such as The Prime Time Awards, in 1970. He is also a six-time Golden Globe Awards nominee. However, he has won The Method Fest, People’s Choice Awards, and Copper Wing Tribute Award.

Net Worth & Salary of Robert Wagner in 2021

Robert Wagner Net Worth
Robert Wagner Net Worth

Wagner has amassed his fortune all through his acting career. He has been in the film industry for over six decades. His career has been quite successful. Moreover, he has authored three books so far. The sale of the books has also contributed to his wealth. As of November 2021, Wagner’s net worth is about $16 million. He has not disclosed how much he earned par film or episode. It can be deduced that he pocketed a handsome amount of cash.

Robert Wagner is one of the best-aged actors in America. He has graced the film industry since the 50s, all through to the new millennium. His hard work and determination have brought him success throughout his career.

3 COMMENTS

  1. I don’t believe he had anything to do with the death of Natalie except possibly allowing her to attempt to leave the yacht after their argument with her being in a very agitated state.

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