Person Details

Birthday: 1930-02-10 15:15:17

Aliases: Robert John Wagner, Jr. , Robert John Wagner

Gender: Male

Place of birth: Detroit, Michigan USA

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Movie Involvements: 86

TV Involvements: 22


Most Famous Work

Biography

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Robert John Wagner (born February 10, 1930) is an American actor of stage, screen, and television. A veteran of many films in the 1950s and 1960s, Wagner gained prominence in three American television series that spanned three decades: It Takes a Thief (1968–70), Switch (1975–78), and Hart to Hart (1979–84). In movies, Wagner is known for his role as Number Two in the Austin Powers films (1997, 1999, 2002). He also had a recurring role as Teddy Leopold on the TV sitcom Two and a Half Men. Wagner's autobiography, Pieces of My Heart: A Life, written with author Scott Eyman, was published on September 23, 2008.

Most Famous Work

NCIS
Average
8

NCIS

(2003) Anthony DiNozzo Sr.
Good Day Live
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1

Good Day Live

(2001) Self
What's My Line?
Average
7

What's My Line?

(1950) Self - Mystery Guest
What Happened to Monday
Average
7

What Happened to Monday

(2017) Charles Benning
Hart to Hart
Average
7

Hart to Hart

(1979) Jonathan Hart
Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story
Average
7

Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story

(1993) Bill Krieger
Wild Things
Average
6

Wild Things

(1998) Tom Baxter
Midway
Average
7

Midway

(1976) Lt.Cmdr. Blake

Acting

Year Character Movie/Tv
2022 Self
2020 Self
Self
2018 Himself
Peter Klein
2017 Charles Benning
2016 Father
N/A
2015 Self
Self
Self
2014 Santa Claus
Liam
Self
2010 Jim
Tom Wald
2009 Gumpa Duke
2008 N/A
2007 George Wilson
Himself
Taylor Moss
President James A. Garfield
2006 Mr. Robinson (voice)
Mayor Grandy
2005 Sen. Ryan Carr
Morton
2004 Barry Goal
Paul Fisch
Anthony Westley
2003 Amos Jenkins
Anthony DiNozzo Sr.
Jack Fairfield
N/A
Teddy
Jack Stenning
Himself
Sol's Dad
2002 Number Two
Curtis Sherman
Self
2001 Narrator (voice)
Self
Durham Haysworth
Self
2000 Edward
Gus Baker
Self
Felix Baumgartner
Himself
1999 Hank Goody
Harry Hall
Lyle Devereaux Green
Number Two
Mr. Tangerine
Robert Wagner's Head (voice)
N/A
1998 Himself
Brad
Tom Baxter
1997 Self
Number Two
N/A
Self
N/A
1996 N/A
Jonathan Hart
N/A
Jonathan Hart
1995 Jonathan Hart
Himself - Actor / Friend
Jonathan Hart
1994 Self
Sheriff
Jonathan Hart
Jonathan Hart
Jonathan Hart
Self
1993 Jonathan Hart
Charles Madigan
Bill Krieger
1992 Charles Davenport
N/A
Robert Wagner
1991 Ron Lukezic
N/A
Jack Gates (uncredited)
"Raven"
1989 N/A
Dr. Abbott
Alfred Bennett
Himself
1988 Philip Adams
N/A
Mike Slade
1987 Mike Chambers
1986 Ben Nichols
Self
1985 N/A
Self
1984 Joe Jackson
1983 Dr. Brint
George Lytton
1979 Jonathan Hart
Jonathan Hart
Kevin Harrison
1978 Capt. Cal Lankford
Nick Sloan
1977 N/A
1976 Brick
Brick
Joel Gregory (Jr. & Sr.)
Lt.Cmdr. Blake
1975 Self - Host / Various
Pete Ryan
Pete T. Ryan
Dave Hatcher
1974 Bigelow
1973 Marcus Simon
Self
1972 Major Phil Carrington
David Farr
David J. Farr
Anthony Lawrence
Dr. Larry Ross
1971 N/A
Howard McBride
Brett
Self
1969 Lou Erding
1968 Lawrence Colby
Self - Guest
Harry Price
Alexander Mundy
1967 Mike Banning
Self
Jack Washington
1966 Allan Taggert
1963 George Lytton
1962 Werner von Gerlach
1st Lt. Ed Bolland
U.S. Army Ranger
1961 Gilbert Barrows
1960 Chad Bixby
1959 Tony Vincent
1958 Himself (uncredited)
Frank "Frankie" O'Neill
Lt. Ed Pell
1957 Mark Fannon
Jesse James
1956 Christopher 'Chris' Teller
Sfc. Pvt. Sam Francis Gifford
Self
Bud Corliss
1955 Wade Connors
Josh Tanner
1954 Joe Devereaux
Prince Valiant
1953 Tony Petrakis
Gifford "Giff" Rogers
Self
Jess Harker
1952 Self
Private Lewisohn
GI paratrooper
Willie Little
1951 N/A
Jerry Denham
G.I. (uncredited)
Lt. (jg) Franklin
Coffman
1950 Robert Wagner
Student
Self - Mystery Guest
1948 Self
Self (archive footage)
Scotch
Year Character Movie/Tv

Production

Year Role Movie/Tv
1986 Executive Producer
1985 Producer
Year Role Movie/Tv

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