Katie Wagner, Host
Host: Katie Wagner
Entertainment reporter and former actor, Katie Wagner is no stranger to the highs and lows of trying to make it big in Hollywood. Growing up, Wagner, the daughter of actor Robert Wagner, was surrounded by some of the most iconoclastic celebrities Hollywood has ever known, including the actor she was named after, Katharine Hepburn. Her career in television began in 1987, during an interview for a show called Born Famous. While interviewing Wagner and her father, the show's host asked her what she wanted to do. Her answer proved prophetic, "I would like to do what you do." She has since gone on to work for HBO, Cinemax, VH1 and MTV. More recently, Katie joined Joel Siegel as his co-host three years running for the nationally syndicated Joel Siegel Summer Film Preview, interviewing such stars as Gabriel Byrne, Brendan Fraser, Mel Gibson and, her father, Robert Wagner.
She looks like her father.
I think I've seen her on that Joel Siegel show. I had no idea that was Robert Wagner's daughter, but you're right dagwood, there's a striking resemblance.
Wasn't she also doing little nuggets of news on the TV Guide Channel? I also seem to remember hearing that she was a Golden Globe presenter years ago.
She looks like a 'Swan' pageant :lol
She definately has the botox induced "shocked eyebrow" look to her.
Originally Posted by Nikka
In fact it is so prominent that it appears she has her hair style geared to try and cover her eyebrows but they poke through anyway.
She looks like Uncle Leo in that episode of Seinfeld where he burned off his eyebrows and Elaine drew them in for him with eyeliner. :lol
All I've read of her before this:
Robert Wagner's daughter.
Once asked Spike Lee what "Forty Acres and a Mule" means.
Her eyebrows bug me to no end :omg. Whenever they show her on the screen, that is all that I notice about her. You would think that the make up people could do something to fix them.
Well. I think she's pretty. And so what if she asked what Forty Acres and a Mule was?
She's pretty blah. Not knowing the "forty acres and a mule" reference pretty well sums it up-too whitebread.
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