Robert Wagner was born on 10th February 1930 in Detroit, Michigan, USA. Robert Wagner is a well known American Actor.
Biography and Career:
Robert Wagner was born in Detroit. At the age of seven, he moved along with his family to Los Angeles, California. He is the son of steel executive.
His dream was always to become an actor from his childhood. He worked as a caddy for actor Clark Gable. He was given a small role in 'The Happy Years' in 1950. In 1952, again he was given a small role as a crippled soldier in the Susan Hayward film 'With a Song in My Heart' where he was noted.
He signed a contract with 20th Century-Fox where he starred in several movies including 'Beneath the 12-mMile Reef' (1953), 'Prince Valiant' (1954), 'A Kiss Before Dying' (1956) and 'Bet
ween Heaven and Hell' (1956). He became famous as one of Fox's raising stars.
In 1968, Lew Wasserman convinced Wagner to act in television. He signed with Universal Studios in 1967 for 'It Takes a Thief', his debut television series.
Wagner played Dr. Evil's henchman Number 2 in all three films: Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery (1997), Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me (1999) and Austin Powers in Gold member (2002).
Robert Wagner earned the Golden Globe Award for the most promising new comer in Motion pictures. Later on he was nominated for Golden Globe award four times and Emmy award for his roles as a TV actor and motion pictures.
He married Natalie Wood on 28th December 1957 and divorced her on 27th April 1962. He married Marion Marshall on 22nd July 1963 and divorced on 26th April 1971 and they have a daughter, Katie Wagner (born May 11, 1964). Later, he married Natalie Wood on 16th July 1972. Natalie died on 29th November 1981. They have two children. He married Jill St. John on 26th May 1990.
Birth Name: Robert John Wagner
Nickname: RJ, the Brylcreem Kid
Height: 5' 11' (1.80 m)
Why do we like Robert Wagner?
We like Robert Wagner because he is a famous American actor.
Why is Robert Wagner famous?
Robert Wagner is famous for his role in 'Hart to Hart' (1979-1984) television series.
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