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One of the most popular
and successful stars in the entertainment industry, ROBERT WAGNER's
career is highlighted by an impressive portfolio of movies both in features and
for television, not to mention headlining three hit television series. After
appearing as "Number Two" in the first two installments of
"Austin Powers," his fan base expanded exponentially, winning him
accolades from audiences of all ages.
In the Fall of 2000 he
starred in the original movie, "Becoming Dick," for E! Entertainment
Network playing a gentleman's gentleman. He also recently completed the
science fiction adventure "Rocket's Red Glare" for Fox Family
Channel. Last year he played against type as a malicious pimp starring opposite
Lolita Davidovich and Christina Ricci in "No Vacancy" for executive
producer Ron Shelton. He re-teamed with Shelton for Touchstone's "Play it
to the Bone," costarring Woody Harrelson and Antonio Banderas. Other unique
projects of late include "The Kidnapping of Chris Burden," "Tiara
Tango," "Sordid Affair" and suspense thriller "The Road to
Santiago," with Anne Archer, Anthony Quinn and Charlton Heston.
In the summer of 1999,
he performed in Antonio Banderas' directorial debut, "Crazy in
Alabama," starring Melanie Griffith as well as in TBS' first original
movie, "Fatal Error," with Antonio Sabato, Jr. and Janine Turner. In
1997, Wagner was seen in "Wild Things," starring Matt Dillon and Kevin
Wagner tours the United
States with his wife, actress Jill St. John, breaking house records starring on
stage in A.R. Gurney's play, "Love Letters." Despite his hectic
schedule in film and television, he continues to perform on stage with various
repertory companies and dinner theatre groups as a most in-demand leading man.
His resume boasts such
films as "Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story," "The Pink Panther,"
"Midway," "Towering Inferno," "Banning,"
"Harper," "PrinceValiant," "All the Fine Young
Cannibals," "Broken Lance," "Beneath the Twelve Mile
Reef" and "With a Song in My Heart," which established his
television series include "Hart to Hart" with SteFanie Powers,
"Switch" costarring Eddie Albert and "It Takes a Thief"
alongside the legendary Fred Astaire, (the latter of which earned him an Emmy
nomination.) Miniseries include "Heaven and Hell: North and South
III," "Windmills of the Gods" and "Pearl" among others.
Wagner was chosen by
Sir Lawrence Olivier to star with him in the television adaptation of Tennessee
Williams' "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof" opposite his late wife, Natalie
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