How Much is Robert Wagner Worth?
Robert Wagner is an American legendary screen and stage actor who has an estimated net worth of $15 million.
Born in the family of a telephone operator and a traveling salesman in Detroit, Michigan, 1930, he took off his lucky course with signing a contract with 20th Century Fox as a consequence playing a minor portrayal in The Happy Years (1950).
As a matter of fact, the status of a talented and famous Hollywood actor he reached in 1952 when he first gained serious attention with the role of a shell-shocked soldier in With a Song in My Heart.
Since then, the actor’s talent has led him to take on much more important roles in such movies, as Broken Lance (1954), The Mountain (1956), The True Story of Jesse James (1957) and more. Following signing with Universal Studios in 1966, he took a remarkable part in Banning (1967) and The Biggest Bundle of Them All (1968). However, he reached the peak of his career through becoming a TV star after alum of Takes a Thief (1968–70), Switch (1975–78) and Hart to Hart (1979–84).
Robert maintained his latest prolific acts with spy comedy franchise Austin Powers (1997–2002), several movies like Hoot (2006), Man in the Chair (2007) as well as autobiographical book Pieces of My Heart: A Life (2008).
Overall, he has made appearances in over 60 pictures in quite much every category. His award and achievements include People’s Choice Award for Favorite Male Actor in 1980, Method Fest Award in 2007, six Golden Globe Awards nominations and one for Emmy for Best TV Actor.