Robert Wagner Net Worth 2020, Bio, Wiki, Height, Weight, Awards, and Instagram
Robert Wagner Net Worth 2020 – Robert is an American actor of stage, screen, and television. He is well known for starring in the television shows It Takes a Thief (1968–70), Switch (1975–78), and Hart to Hart (1979–84).
Similarly, he also had a recurring role as Teddy Leopold on the TV sitcom Two and a Half Men and has a recurring role as Anthony DiNozzo Sr. on the police procedural NCIS.
Robert Wagner was born in Detroit, Michigan, the United States on February 10, 1930, age (89). He is the son of Robert John Wagner Sr. (father) and Hazel Alvera Wagner (mother).
Additionally, his father served the ‘Ford Motor Company’ as a traveling salesman, and his mother was a telephone operator.
In fact, his family moved to Bel Air, California, in 1937 and settled close to the ‘Bel-Air Country Club,’ where Wagner became a caddy for noted club members such as Alan Ladd and Fred Astaire. He shifted to Los Angeles when he was seven years along with his family.
He has a sibling namely, Mary Wagner. Whereas, he belongs to American nationality and mixed (German- Norwegian) ethnicity. His birth sign is Aquarius.
On talking about his education, he attended ‘Saint Monica Catholic High School’ and graduated in 1949. He is also trained in military academies and The Harvard School when his family moved to Los Angeles.
On talking about his profession, he made his film debut with the small role of ‘Adams’ in the 1950 film ‘The Happy Years.’
He signed a contract with Hollywood talent agent Henry Willson and was eventually acquired by ‘20th Century Fox.’
During the 1951 war film ‘Halls of Montezuma’ marked his first film with ‘20th Century Fox’ and his first credited screen role.
Whereas, he garnered considerable attention playing a GI paratrooper. Similarly, he bagged the lead role of ‘Willie Little’ in the 1952 ‘Technicolor’ biographical film ‘Stars and Stripes Forever.’
Similarly, he also garnered fame starring as ‘George Lytton’ in the critically and commercially successful American comedy ‘The Pink Panther’ (1963).
Eventually, the film was listed at number 20 by the ‘American Film Institute’ on its list of ‘100 Years of Film Scores.’ Wagner reprised the role in the film’s 1983 sequel, ‘Curse of the Pink Panther.’
Besides that, he furthered his fame after returning to Hollywood with yet another notable film, the 1966 ‘Technicolor’ movie ‘Harper’ that emerged as a super hit.
He also appeared as ‘Allan Taggert’ in the film, while Paul Newman essayed the titular role.
Height and Weight
Robert has a height of 5 feet 11 inches. Additionally, he weighs is unknown.
Robert Wagner obtained the nomination for six times for Golden Globe Awards of Best Actor in his entire career and one Emmy Award for Best Television Actor.
In 2007, he achieved Method Fest Award for “Man in the Chair,” and he gained the People’s Choice Award for Favorite Male Actor in 1980. He accomplished one Phoenix Film Festival in favor of his input to the cinema industry in 2006.
He does not have any official page.
The estimation shows that Robert Wagner has an overall net worth of over $15 million.
Wagner has accumulated his net worth on account of his popular and lengthy career in a range of movies, television, and stage shows.