Robert Wagner Overview:

Actor, Robert Wagner, was born Robert John Wagner on Feb 10, 1930 in Detroit, MI. As of December 2020, Robert Wagner was 90 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:

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


Gifford "Giff" Rogers: If you get a good omlette, who cares whether the chicken likes you or not?


Zachary Teller: You're sweating! Thinking of the dead men's money is making you sweat! I blame myself. It's my fault for you being like this. Somewhere I must have done something wrong for you to be like this.
Christopher 'Chris' Teller: You're not going to take me up there?
Zachary Teller: [Shakes his head] I haven't climbed in ten tears. That in itself would be enough if a man gets old... and besides, my hands are not as strong as they once were... and the mountain is aginst me. But all that there is, there's one thing more, the most important thing. It isn't right! Isn't there anything inside you that tells you it isn't right? You want me to take you mYou want me to take you up to the top of the mountain in the sight of God so you can pick the pockets of dead people? Does money mean that much to you?
Christopher 'Chris' Teller: [Agrily] I'd do more than that to get out of here!


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Dedicated his autobiography, "Pieces of My Heart" to his mother and sister, daughters Katie Wagner and Courtney Wagner, former stepdaughter Natasha Gregson Wagner and to his wife, Jill St. John. He thanked them for being, "the meaning of his life".

Became friends with Fred Astaire, long before he co-starred on "It Takes a Thief" (1968).

Cooperated with Gavin Lambert (author of the novel and screenplay Inside Daisy Clover (1965) that starred Wagner's late wife Natalie Wood on Lambert's 2004 biography "Natalie Wood." A friend of Wood's, Lambert believed that Wood's memory was sullied by the tabloid headlines generated by her tragic death, with the result that no one remembers his friend as a human being, and so wrote the book to correct the public's misconceptions about Wood.

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