Currently alive, at 85 years of age.
1930 – He was born on the 10th day of February this year in Detroit, Michigan, Wagner moved with his family to Los Angeles, California, when he was seven.
1950 – He made his debut film “The Happy Years.”
1952 – He played minor characters in several military themed films until his performance in With a Song in My Heart, starring Susan Hayward, which would lead to a contract with 20th Century Fox.
1953 – His signing on with Fox would lead to a series of films in starring roles including “Beneath the 12-Mile Reef.”
1954 – He made the film “Prince Valiant.”
1956 – He made impressive performances, in “A Kiss before Dying.” He became involved with 18-year-old actress Natalie Wood.
1957 – He married Wood this year.
1962 – The couple divorced this year.
1963 – He met an old friend, actress Marion Marshall. After a brief courtship, Wagner married Marshall this year and got divorced in 1970.
1972 – He re-married his ex-wife Natalie Wood.
1981 – His wife Natalie Wood drowned after falling off their yacht while sailing near Catalina Island.
1968 – He starred in the popular American television series as playboy-thief-turned-secret-agent Alexander Mundy in “It Takes a Thief.”
1975 – He played as Eddie Albert’s crime-fighting partner Detective Pete T. Ryan in the con-artist-oriented drama “Switch.”
1979 – He played the role of a super-rich husband and private-eye partner Jonathan Hart in the lighthearted crime drama “Hart to Hart.”
1990 – Early this year, he also starred as Number “Two” in the Austin Powers films.