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Actor, Robert Wagner, was born Robert John Wagner on Feb 10, 1930 in Detroit, MI. As of December 2019, Robert Wagner was 89 years old.

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He was honored with one star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in the category of Motion Pictures.

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Birthday of the Week: (1)

By Beth Daniels on Feb 11, 2014 From Mildred's Fatburgers

Born Robert John Wagner, Jr., Detroit, MI, February 10, 1930 Autobiography Pieces of My Heart: A LifeBy Robert J. Wagner and Scott Eyman,It Books, 2009 Class Act Full disclosure: I wrote this in tribute to several years ago, but the sentiment persists. Mr. Wa... Read full article


Birthday of the Week: (2)

By Beth Daniels on Feb 11, 2014 From Mildred's Fatburgers

Born Robert John Wagner, Jr., Detroit, MI, February 10, 1930 Autobiography Pieces of My Heart: A LifeBy Robert J. Wagner and Scott Eyman,It Books, 2009 Class Act Full disclosure: I wrote this in tribute to several years ago, but the sentiment persists. Mr. Wagne... Read full article


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Robert Wagner Quotes:

Bud Corliss: I'm a man with a shameful, sinister secret. You know what it is? I've never really been in love before.


[to his agent]
Tony Vincent: I'm going so high, it'll make your nose bleed!


Tony Petrakis: [to Gwyneth Rhys] Hey, you want to know what my real name is? Adonis. My mother named me after a Greek god. I'm a beautiful young man.


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He sued Aaron Spelling Productions for $20 million in June 2000, charging that he was cheated out of profits on the Fox series "Beverly Hills, 90210" (1990). He claimed that he was entitled to profits as part of a ten-year-old settlement between producer Aaron Spelling and Fox that gave Spelling the right to produce "Beverly Hills, 90210" in exchange for "Angels 88", a never-produced series in which Wagner had a stake. According to the suit, the conflict dates back to 1973 when he and his wife, Natalie Wood, made a deal with Spelling to submit ideas for pilots to ABC. One idea that the couple submitted led to the show "Charlie's Angels" (1976). Following the terms of their deal, Spelling), Wagner and Wood equally shared profits from the series. In 1988 Spelling developed a new series, "Angels 88". According to the terms of their contract, Wagner was to receive 7.5% profit participation -- whether or not he rendered services. Fox committed to the series, without his knowledge, and then reneged, giving Spelling "Beverly Hills, 90210" instead. Since Spelling was given "B

Father of Katie Wagner (born 1964, with Marion Marshall) and Courtney Wagner (born 1974, with Natalie Wood).

When he was seven, his family moved to Los Angeles, where Wagner attended military academies and the Havard School. In 1949, he graduated Santa Monica High School as Senior Class President.

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