Jill Wagner Bio, Age, Family, Husband, Movies, Net Worth

Jill Wagner Biography

Jill Wagner is an American actress and media personality, popularly known for her role in Punk’d and Teen Wolf. From 2008 until 2014, she was the on-field host of the ABC game program Wipeout. Wagner has since starred in various Hallmark Channel and Hallmark Movies & Mysteries made-for-television productions.

Jill Wagner Age | Birthday

She is 42 years old as of 2021. She was born as Jill Suzanne Wagner on January 13, 1979 Winston-Salem, North Carolina, U.S.

Jill Wagner Height | Weight

The talented actress stands at a height of 5 feet 8 in (1.73m) and weighs 62kg (136.6lbs).

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Jill Wagner Family

Wagner was born in the city of Winston-Salem, North Carolina. Her primary carers were her grandma and her father, David Wagner, a U.S. Marine.

Jill Wagner Husband

Wagner married former pro hockey player David Lemanowicz in April 2017 after announcing their engagement in 2016. Wagner is the father of a daughter, who was born in April 2020.

Jill Wagner Education

She attended Ledford Senior High School in Wallburg, North Carolina. Wagner graduated from North Carolina State University with a bachelor’s degree in business administration in 2001. During her adolescence, she attended Raleigh’s Barbizon Modeling and Acting School.

Jill Wagner Career

After graduating, Wagner moved  immediately to California to pursue a career in the entertainment industry. Later in 2003, she was cast as a member of the MTV show Punk’d, in which she appeared in several sketches. Similarly, in the year that followed , Wagner was ranked #90 on the Maxim Hot 100 Women of 2004. In the United States, she was featured in the July 2006 issue of FHM magazine.

In 2006, she starred as Krista Starr in the Spike TV series Blade: The Series. She was a co-host of Inside the Vault on WGN America. Wagner has also starred in a number of TV episodes as a guest star, including Quintuplets and Bones. Her recent film roles include Junebug (2005) and the horror thriller Splinter (2008).

In March 2008, Wagner was likewise unveiled as the on-field host of the ABC game show Wipeout, which premiered on June 24, 2008. And later in April 2011, Wagner announced her retirement from Wipeout after four seasons to pursue her acting career; Vanessa Minnillo was however cast in her stead for the fifth season. In late August 2012, Wagner confirmed that she will return again to co-host Wipeout for its sixth season, a role she would specifically hold for the length of the show’s run.

Teen Wolf

In June 2011, Wagner had an appearance on MTV’s Teen Wolf. Wagner showed up on the third scene of Rhett and Link’s YouTube series The Mythical Show in 2013, because of a scene of their syndicated program Good Mythical Morning where they referenced attending a university with a young lady who had provoked their curiosity however whom they had never dared to approach, and who was subsequently uncovered to be Wagner.

In 2015, Wagner was also picked to moor the first series Handcrafted America on INSP, which debuted its third season in August 2017. In the Canadian film Braven, Wagner had an appearance (2018).

Since 2015, she has showed up in Hallmark Channel unique movies, most as of late as Amy Winslow in the Hallmark Movies and Mysteries Channel’s Mystery 101 series in 2019.

Jill Wagner Movies

  • 2005 Junebug
  • 2006 Shifted
  • 2008 Splinter
  • 2014 Road to Paloma
  • 2016 Super Novas
  • 2018 Braven

Wagner Television Shows

  • 2003 Punk’d
  • 2004 Monk
  • 2004 Dr. Vegas
  • 2004 Quintuplets
  • 2006 Blade: The Series
  • 2007–2008 Stargate Atlantis “
  • 2008 Bones
  • 2008–2011, 2013–2014 Wipeout
  • 2009 Dancing with the Stars
  • 2011 Inside the Vault
  • 2011, 2014, 2017 Teen Wolf
  • 2021 Mystery 101: Deadly History

Jill Wagner Salary | Net Worth

She has an estimated net worth of between $4 Million which she has earned through her career as an actress and media personality.