Quick Facts of

  • First NameRobert Wagner

Robert Wagner is a veteran actor known for his more than 70 years of contribution to cinema. He is best known for his work on the TV shows It Takes a Thief and Switch.

The star actor has also worked in some popular movies like A Kiss Before Dying, The Pink Panther, Harper, The Towering Inferno, etc.

In addition to this, he garnered infamy after Natalie Wood’s sister blamed him for Wood’s death and he was also named a person of interest in an ongoing investigation.

How Much is The Net Worth Of Robert Wagner?

Robert Wagner has a net worth of around $15 million in 2020. Wagner started his career back in 1950 and has since made himself one of the most well-known actors in the world.

Over the course of his 7-decade long career, he has worked in some incredible films and has earned a huge salary.

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Salary And Box Office Performance

According to various online sources, the star earns a salary of around $2.38 Million per year. The actor has also worked in some huge box office hits, here is a list of his films and their box office earnings over the years.

MovieBox Office Collection
Tab Hunter Confidential (2015)$85,812             
Northpole (2014)$550,835           
Making the Boys (2011)$33,833             
Hoot (2006)$8,224,998        
Hollywood Homicide (2003)$50,409,753      
Austin Powers in Goldmember (2002)$296,338,663   
Play it to the Bone (1999)$8,427,204        
Crazy in Alabama (1999)$1,954,202        
Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me (1999)$312,383,487   
Wild Things (1998)$55,576,699      
Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery (1997)$67,683,989      
Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story (1993)$35,112,679      
The Player (1992)$28,876,702      
Delirious (1991)$4,755,853        
Curse of the Pink Panther (1983)$3,374,312        
The Concorde: Airport ’79 (1979)$13,000,000      
Midway (1976)$66,420,000      
Towering Inferno (1974)$139,700,000   
Winning (1969)$14,644,335      
Harper (1966)$12,000,000      
The Pink Panther (1964)$10,878,107      
The Longest Day (1962)$50,100,000      

Houses In Aspen And California

The veteran actor has a house in Aspen, Colorado, US. The house of the star has not been made public but the average house price in Aspen is $1,930,136. 

In addition to this, he also had a house in Los Angeles, California, US that he co-owned with Jill St. John. The property located in Old Oak Road, Brentwood, California, USA is spread over 4,556 square feet, which contains 6 bedrooms and 5 bathrooms.   

The property also has a guest house of 2,448 square feet containing 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. He and Jill St. John sold the house for a price of around $15,000,000 in 2007.

Named Person Of Interest In Wife Natalie Wood’s Accidental Death

Natalie Wood and Wagner married twice-first they married in 1957 and after a public and nasty battle, they divorced in 1962. Wood’s sister claimed that one of the reasons for their divorce was due to Wagner’s alleged gay affair.

After their divorce, Wagner married Marion Marshall- they also did not last long and after divorcing Marion, he and Wood reconciled, tying the knot again in 1972.

Wood died after drowning near the Splendour yacht on which Wagner and Christopher Walken were also on board. The first autopsy said that the cause of her death was drowning. Later the cause was amended as drowning and other undetermined factors.

The case was reopened in November 2011. After a long investigation, the star was named a person of interest in the investigation in 2018. No further information has divulged but a documentary has been released in 2020 titled Natalie Wood: What Remains Behind.

The documentary has explored the mysterious death of Wood.

Short Biography

Robert Wagner was born Robert John Wagner Jr. on February 10, 1930, in Detroit, Michigan, the U.S. to Robert John Wagner Sr. and Hazel Alvera Wagner. He went to Saint Monica Catholic High School.

The star has been married 4 times to 3 women over the course of his life. His first marriage came in 1957 to Natalie Wood. They divorced in 1962, later he would remarry Wood in 1972 until she died in 1981.

Between his marriages to Natalie, he married Marion Marshall in 1963 and their marriage lasted until 1971.

As of May 2020, he is married to Jill St. John, he married her in 1990.