Robert John Wagner Jr. is an American theater, screen and television actor best known for appearing in the television shows It Takes a Thief, Switch and Hart to Hart. He also played a recurring role as Teddy Leopold in the television sitcom Two and a Half Men and made 12 appearances as Anthony DiNozzo Sr. In the film, Wagner is known for his 2nd role in the Austin Powers trilogy, as well as A Kiss Before Dying, The Pink Panther and its sequel from 1983, Harper, The Towering Inferno, The Concorde ... Airport '79 and many others.
|Born||Robert John Wagner Jr, February 10, 1930, Detroit, Michigan, U.S.|
|Children||2, including Katie|
|Relatives||Lana Wood (sister-in-law), Natasha Gregson Wagner (stepdaughter)|
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American actor who became known for his starring roles on the TV series Hart to Hart, Switch, and It Takes a Thief. He also played recurring characters in the series Two and a Half Men and NCIS.
In 1949, he graduated graduated from Santa Monica High School. He signed with 20th Century-Fox early in his career and made his debut in the film, The Happy Years.
He played henchman Number 2 in the Austin Powers films.
He was born to Hazel Alvera and his father Robert John Wagner, Sr. He was married to actress Natalie Wood from 1957 to 1962 and again from 1972 to 1981. He was also married to actress Marion Marshall from 1963 to 1971 and in 1990, he married actress Jill St. John. He has two daughters, Katie and Courtney.
He co-starred with Peter Sellers in the 1963 comedy The Pink Panther.
- Male actor from Detroit
- Liberty Records artists
- 20th Century Fox contract player
Latest information about Robert Wagner updated on June 14 2021.