Lindsay Wagner Net Worth 2021: Wiki Biography, Married, Family, Measurements, Height, Salary, Relationships

Lindsay Wagner net worth is
$15 Million

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Lindsay Wagner Wiki Biography

Lindsay Jean Wagner was born on the 22nd June 1949, in Los Angeles, California USA, and is an actress, model and an author, who is probably still best known for her role of Jaime Sommers in the Sci-Fi action TV series “The Bionic Woman” which was aired between 1976 and 1978, as well as for starring in the 1981 movie “Nighthawks”, and for her guest role in the “Warehouse 13” TV series.

Have you ever wondered how much wealth this multi-talented artist has accumulated so far? How rich Lindsay Wagner is? According to sources, it is estimated that the total amount of Lindsay Wagner’s net worth, as of mid-2016, is $15 million which has been acquired primarily through her acting career that has been active since 1971.

Lindsay Wagner Net Worth $15 Million

Lindsay Wagner was born to Marilyn Louise, a building contractor, and photographer, William Nowels Wagner, who split when she was seven years old. Later, alongside her mother and mother’s new husband, Lindsay moved to Portland, Oregon, where she matriculated from David Douglas High School. She later enrolled at the University of Oregon, but after one year she transferred to Mount Hood Community College. However, Lindsay Wagner dropped out of college, and returned to LA to pursue her acting career.

Some of her first engagements included more modeling than acting skills, as she has appeared in various television commercials. Lindsay Wagner also served as a hostess in “Playboy After Dark” – Hugh Hefner’s talk show – which was followed with an appearance in “The Dating Game” in 1969. In 1971, Lindsay signed a contract deal with Universal Studios, and in the same year made her TV debut starring in one episode of the police drama, “Adam-12”. These engagements provided the basis for Lindsay Wagner’s net worth.

During the 1970s, Lindsay Wagner managed to maintain a continuous string of side roles in over a dozen various TV series, including “Sarge”, “Owen Marshall: Counselor at Law”, “The F.B.I.”, “Night Gallery”, “Marcus Welby, M.D.” and “The Rockford Files”. In 1973, she debuted on the big screen with the lead role in Robert Wise’s drama, “Two People” which was immediately followed with a support role in 20th Century Fox’s comedy drama – “The Paper Chase”. These roles helped Lindsay Wagner to jump-start her career as well as to increase her wealth.

The real breakthrough in Lindsay Wagner’s career came in 1975 when she appeared as Jaime Summers in “The Six Million Dollar Man”, which was subsequently followed with her own spin-off show, the lead role in “The Bionic Woman”, the Sci-Fi action TV series based on the Martin Caidin’s novel – Cyborg. The show was aired for three seasons, between 1976 and 1978, and for her involvement, Lindsay Wagner was honored with an Emmy Award for The Best Actress in a Dramatic Role in 1977. Doubtlessly, all of these roles made a huge, positive impact on the total wealth of Lindsay Wagner.

After making a name for herself with the roles mentioned above, Lindsay Wagner went on to a long standing and quite illustrious career in which she appeared in almost 15 movies, 25 TV series and 48 TV movies, of which the most famous are “Callie and Son” (1981), “Two Kinds of Love” (1983) and “Ricochet” (1991). It is certain that Lindsay Wagner’s numerous roles have been the main source of her overall net worth.

During the 1980s, as a holistic medicine student and a vegan, Lindsay Wagner published several books, “Lindsay Wagner’s New Beauty: The Acupressure Facelift”, “30-Day Natural Facelift Program”, as well as “The High Road to Health: A Vegetarian Cookbook”. These ventures, certainly, added a lot to Lindsay Wagner’s net worth.

When it comes to her personal life, Lindsay Wagner has been married four times. Prior to her first marriage to Allan Rider in 1971, she lived with a USAF Captain Daniel M. Yoder before he went to Vietnam. In 1973, she divorced Rider, and three years later married Michael Brandon, an actor with whom she spent the next three years before they split in 1979. Between 1981 and 1984, Lindsay was married to “The Bionic Woman” set stuntman Henry Kingi with whom she has two children, both sons. In 1990, she married for the fourth time, to TV producer Lawrence Mortorff, but they also divorced after just three years.

Apart from her prosperous acting career, Lindsay Wagner has been active in helping others – since 1993, she has been a member of the board of directors of a nonprofit organization which helps youth to make an easy transition to adulthood – Teen Talking Circles. Also, she is the co-founder of Peacemakers Community, a group focused on preventing domestic violence, as well as the author of the Lindsay Wagner’s Quiet the Mind & Open the Heart Experiential Workshops and Retreats program.



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Full Name Lindsay Wagner
Net Worth $15 Million
Date Of Birth June 22, 1949
Place Of Birth Los Angeles, California, United States
Height 5 ft 8 in (1.75 m)
Profession Television actress, Author, Model, Singer
Education David Douglas High School, University of Oregon, Mount Hood Community College
Nationality United States of America
Spouse Allan Rider, Michael Brandon, Henry Kingi, Lawrence Mortorff (m. 1990–1993)
Children Dorian Kingi, Alex Kingi
Parents William Nowels Wagner, Marilyn Louise Wagner
Siblings Blake McGrath
Nicknames Lindsay Jean Wagner , Lindsay Jean Ball
Facebook https://www.facebook.com/MsLindsayWagner
Twitter https://twitter.com/mslindsaywagner
IMDB www.imdb.com/name/nm0905993
Awards Emmy Award for The Best Actress in a Dramatic Role (1977)
Nominations Golden Globe Award for Best Performance by an Actress In A Television Series – Drama, TV Land Superest Super Hero Award
Movies “The Dating Game” (1969), “The Bionic Woman” (1976-1978), “Nighthawks” (1981), “Warehouse 13”, “The Six Million Dollar Man”, “Callie and Son” (1981), “Two Kinds of Love” (1983), “Ricochet” (1991)
TV Shows “Playboy After Dark”, “Adam-12”, “Sarge”, “Owen Marshall: Counselor at Law”, “The F.B.I.”, “The Paper Chase”, “Two People”, “Night Gallery”, “Marcus Welby, M.D.”, “The Rockford Files”
# Quote
1 [on the 2007 TV remake of Bionic Woman (2007), which was canceled after 8 episodes] On a technical level, it was very good, but I don’t think they understood the show. It was steeped in that old-school thinking. It was like a lot of things today, angry and dark.
2 It’s about sharing. You just give what you have to give wherever you go, and you let God handle the rest.
3 No matter who rejects you, don’t lose touch with your higher self, with the higher powers, with anything that you can find which is of the light, that will give you strength in those times when you feel so lonely.
4 There is only one issue: man’s lack of experience in feeling his Divine self and his innate connection with the Divine. All other issues stem from this.
# Fact
1 Longtime friend of Richard Anderson.
2 Lindsay Wagner was the primary guest star on the very first episode (the pilot, actually episode ZERO) of The Rockford Files (1974). Through much of the 1980s, James Garner and Lindsay Wagner were considered the king or queen, respectively, of quality television movies and mini-series of that period.
3 Is an Independent Associate of Pre-Paid Legal Services, Inc.
4 Conducts holistic workshops and retreats, where the emphasis is to find a positive perspective on life by embracing body, mind and spirit. [February 2010]
5 Released her first meditation CD “Open to Oneness”. [April 2009]
6 Presents her “Quiet the Mind & Open the Heart” holistic workshops and retreats around the world. [2007]
7 Featured in commercials for the “Sleep Number Bed”. The hostess is Colleen Needles Steward. [November 2006]
8 She was awarded a Golden Palm Star on the Palm Springs Walk of Star on May 12, 2012.
9 She was awarded a Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame at 6767 Hollywood Boulevard in Hollywood, California.
10 Cousin of Kehly Sloane and Jeff Thrasher.
11 Youngest actress to win an Emmy for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series.
12 Agreed to act as the Bionic Woman in Bionic Ever After? (1994) only on the condition that her character marries the Six Million Dollar Man, since felt it was unfair that the fans had been waiting almost 20 years for the marriage to take place. The producers acquiesced, and the television movie ends with a wedding.
13 Said that actor Lee Majors was upset with the studio when she got a better deal than him for starring on The Bionic Woman (1976). However, when the studio also gave him a good deal for starring on The Six Million Dollar Man (1974), he calmed down and she and Majors became friends.
14 First worked with actor Lee Majors when she guest-starred on his television series Owen Marshall, Counselor at Law (1971) in 1971. A few years later, she became famous as The Bionic Woman (1976), a role that she first played on the television series The Six Million Dollar Man (1974), where Majors played the title role.
15 Is dyslexic.
16 Wagner’s acting career evolved pretty much by accident. She had been a regular babysitter for The Dukes of Hazzard (1979) star James Best‘s children when he recommended that she attend his acting classes.
17 Father Bill Wagner was a school photographer.
18 Daughter of Marilyn Ball, a retired building contractor and production consultant on daughter Lindsay’s, Police Story: Burnout (1988) and The Taking of Flight 847: The Uli Derickson Story (1988).
19 Lived in Portland, Oregon and attended David Douglas High School as a teenager.
20 Was scheduled to be a passenger on American Airlines Flight 191 from Chicago to Los Angeles on May 25, 1979, but she felt uneasy about flying on that plane. Wagner skipped the flight, which crashed only minutes after takeoff, killing everyone on board.
21 Mother, with ex-husband/stuntman Henry Kingi, of two sons: Dorian Kingi (born 1982) and Alex Kingi (born 1986). Her ex-stepson is stuntman Henry Kingi Jr. (born 1970).
22 Spokesperson for Sleep Number beds (2003-2009).
23 The scar on her right upper lip is the result of an automobile accident she suffered in 1976.
24 Before Kate Mulgrew was chosen, Wagner’s name was often mentioned as a possible replacement for Geneviève Bujold as Captain Kathryn Janeway on the television series Star Trek: Voyager (1995).
25 Ex-niece of Linda Gray.

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