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Birth date: October 15, 1976
Birth place: Birmingham
Height:6 ft 2 in (1.9 m)
Profession:Actor, Investor, Film Producer, Television producer, Screenwriter
Nationality:United States of America

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William Wayne McMillan Rogers III, better known as Wayne Rogers, is one of the multi-millionaires in the entertainment industry. As of today, it has been estimated that the net worth of Wayne Rogers is as high as 75 million dollars. Wayne has accumulated his net worth as an actor. He is usually recognised as Trapper John from the television series ‘M*A*S*H’.

Moreover, Rogers has added much to his net worth as an investor. He has made a career in the Fox News Channel. Those two sources were the main ones when it has come to accumulating Wayne Roger’s net worth. In addition to this, he is known to be a director and screenwriter. Wayne has been active in the entertainment industry since 1959.

William Wayne McMillan Rogers III was born on April 7, 1933 in Birmingham, Alabama, United States. He graduated with a degree in history from Princeton University in 1954.

Wayne Rogers Net Worth $75 Million

Wayne began his acting career and the accumulation of the net worth as a television actor. He appeared in the television series ‘The Fugitive’ created by Roy Huggins, ‘Gomer Pyle, U.S.M.C.’ created by Aaron Ruben, ‘Gunsmoke’ created by director Norman Macdonnell, ‘The F.B.I.’, ‘The Invaders’ created by Larry Cohen and ‘Search for Tomorrow’ created by Roy Winsor.

Moreover, he appeared in a noir film ‘Odds against Tomorrow’ (1959) directed and produced by Robert Wise. The latter role has brought him a nomination for a Golden Globe Award. In the supporting role of Gambler Wayne, he appeared in a drama film ‘Cool Hand Luke’ (1967) directed by Stuart Rosenberg.

Rogers has added much to his net worth as an actor of television series ‘M*A*S*H’ developed by Larry Gelbart. He acted in the leading role alongside Alan Alda from 1972 to 1975. Moreover, in 1975 Wayne appeared in the main cast of the television film ‘Attack on Terror: The FBI vs. the Ku Klux Klan’ directed by Marvin J. Chomsky. He took the supportive role in a drama film ‘Ghosts of Mississippi’ (1996) directed by Rob Reiner.

Later, on the Fox Channel Wayne Rogers has been working as a screenwriter, producer and director, this way also adding to his net worth.

Furthermore, he has made a career as an investor in the above-mentioned channel shows. Afterwards, he appeared in the following films: ‘The Hot Touch’ (1981) directed by Roger Vadim, ‘The Gig’ (1985) directed by Frank D. Gilroy, and ‘I Dream of Jeannie… Fifteen Years Later’ (1985) directed by William Asher. Rogers has also worked as a host of ‘High Risk’ program. In 2005 Wayne was inducted into the Hollywood Walk of Fame. As the famous personality is active up to date, it is expected that the overall amount of his net worth will rise in the future.

Wayne Rogers has been married twice. Wayne married his first wife, Mitzi McWhorter, in 1960. The couple divorced after twenty-three years of marriage. He married his second wife, Amy Hirsh, in 1988. Rogers has fathered three children Luigi Calabrese, William Rogers IV and Laura Rogers.


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Actor

Actor

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Nobody Knows Anything! 2003 Gun Schnook
Miracle Dogs 2003 TV Movie Dr. Marchant
Three Days of Rain 2002 Business Man
Frozen with Fear 2001 Charles Sullivan
Coo Coo Cafe 2000
Love Lies Bleeding 1999 Inspector Abberline
Diagnosis Murder 1997 TV Series Dr. Ken Morrisay
Ghosts of Mississippi 1996 Morris Dees
Murder, She Wrote 1993-1995 TV Series Charlie Garrett
The Larry Sanders Show 1994 TV Series Wayne Rogers
The Goodbye Bird 1993 Ray Whitney
Miracle Landing 1990 TV Movie Bob Schornstheimer
Passion and Paradise 1989 TV Movie Raymond Schindler
High Risk 1988 TV Series Host
Bluegrass 1988 TV Movie Lowell Shipleigh
Drop-Out Mother 1988 TV Movie Jack Cromwell
The Killing Time 1987 Jake Winslow
American Harvest 1987 TV Movie Walter Duncan
Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color 1986 TV Series George Thrash
One Terrific Guy 1986 TV Movie Mr. Brennan
The Gig 1985 Marty Flynn
I Dream of Jeannie... Fifteen Years Later 1985 TV Movie Tony Nelson
The Lady from Yesterday 1985 TV Movie Craig Weston
He's Fired, She's Hired 1984 TV Movie Alex Grier
Chiefs 1983 TV Mini-Series Will Henry Lee
House Calls 1979-1982 TV Series Dr. Charley Michaels
The Hot Touch 1981 Danny Fairchild
Top of the Hill 1980 TV Movie Michael Stone
Once in Paris... 1978 Michael Moore
Thou Shalt Not Commit Adultery 1978 TV Movie Vic Tannehill
It Happened One Christmas 1977 TV Movie George Hatch
Having Babies II 1977 TV Movie Lou Plotkin
The November Plan 1977 TV Movie Jake Axminster
City of Angels 1976 TV Series Jake Axminster
M*A*S*H 1972-1975 TV Series Capt. 'Trapper John' McIntyre / Man on P.A. in Kimpo
Attack on Terror: The FBI vs. the Ku Klux Klan 1975 TV Movie Dan Foster
Barnaby Jones 1973 TV Series Gil Atkens
Pocket Money 1972 Stretch Russell
Doomsday Machine 1972 Press man
The F.B.I. 1966-1971 TV Series Jim Wade / Bryan Carlson / Ronnie Brimlow / ...
Cannon 1971 TV Series Steve
Men at Law 1971 TV Series DA Tom Yorba
WUSA 1970 Minter
Lancer 1968 TV Series Jed Lewis
The Big Valley 1968 TV Series Don Jarvis
Cool Hand Luke 1967 Gambler
The Invaders 1967 TV Series Police Lt. John Mattson
Shane 1966 TV Series Jim Greevey
Chamber of Horrors 1966 Police Sgt. Jim Albertson
12 O'Clock High 1966 TV Series Lieutenant Fredricks
Combat! 1966 TV Series Reiser
The Fugitive 1966 TV Series Sgt. Fred Bragin
The Long, Hot Summer 1965-1966 TV Series Curley Beeman
Honey West 1965 TV Series Jerry, the Photographer
My Brother the Angel 1965 TV Series
Gunsmoke 1959-1965 TV Series Stretch Morgan / Brack / Tom
The Glory Guys 1965 Lt. Mike Moran
Death Valley Days 1965 TV Series Lt. Richard H. Pratt
Gomer Pyle: USMC 1964 TV Series Captain
Dr. Sex 1964 Raincoat Man (uncredited)
Arrest and Trial 1963 TV Series Harold Waggner
The Great Adventure 1963 TV Series Tombs
Have Gun - Will Travel 1963 TV Series Daniel Powers
Alfred Hitchcock Presents 1962 TV Series Kenneth
The Dick Powell Theatre 1962 TV Series John Bowers
Stagecoach West 1960-1961 TV Series Luke Perry
Johnny Ringo 1960 TV Series Charlie Hanford
Law of the Plainsman 1959-1960 TV Series Deputy Billy Lordan / Frank Anderson
The Millionaire 1960 TV Series Allan Merrick
Wanted: Dead or Alive 1960 TV Series Ash Langford
Zane Grey Theater 1959 TV Series Frank Sanders
Odds Against Tomorrow 1959 Soldier in Bar
Search for Tomorrow 1951 TV Series Slim Davis (1959)

Soundtrack

Soundtrack

TitleYearStatusCharacter
M*A*S*H TV Series 2 episodes, 1974 performer - 6 episodes, 1972 - 1975
Stagecoach West 1960 TV Series performer - 1 episode

Producer

Producer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Nobody Knows Anything! 2003 producer
Money Play$ 1998 TV Movie executive producer / producer
The Charlie Rose Special 1997 TV Movie executive producer
Night of the Twisters 1996 TV Movie executive producer - as Wayne M. Rogers
Perfect Witness 1989 TV Movie executive producer
The Astro-Zombies 1968 executive producer
Dr. Sex 1964 producer - as Juan Rogero

Writer

Writer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
House Calls 1981-1982 TV Series written by - 2 episodes
The Astro-Zombies 1968 screenplay
Dr. Sex 1964 as Juan Rogero

Director

Director

TitleYearStatusCharacter
House Calls 1981-1982 TV Series 3 episodes

Thanks

Thanks

TitleYearStatusCharacter
M*A*S*H 1978 TV Series special thanks - 1 episode

Self

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Cashin' In 2012-2015 TV Series Himself - Panelist
The Willis Report 2015 TV Series Himself - Chairman, Wayne Rogers & Company
Cavuto on Business 2012-2014 TV Series Himself / Himself (segment "Biz Blitz") / Himself (segment " Biz Blitz") / ...
Justice w/Judge Jeanine 2013 TV Series Himself - CEO, Wayne Rogers & Co.
The View 2011 TV Series Himself - Guest
The 7th Annual TV Land Awards 2009 TV Special Himself
The O'Reilly Factor 2005-2008 TV Series Himself
Entertainment Tonight 2007 TV Series Himself
TV Land Confidential 2005-2007 TV Series documentary Himself / Himself - Interviewee
Your World w/ Neil Cavuto 2007 TV Series Himself
CBS at 75 2003 TV Special documentary Himself
Biography 1997-2003 TV Series documentary Himself
'M*A*S*H': 30th Anniversary Reunion 2002 TV Movie documentary Himself / Trapper John McIntyre
M*A*S*H: TV Tales 2002 TV Special documentary Himself
E! True Hollywood Story 2000 TV Series documentary Himself
TV Guide's Truth Behind the Sitcom Scandals 3 2000 TV Movie documentary Himself
Hollywood Squares 1999 TV Series Himself
The 10th TV Academy Hall of Fame 1994 TV Movie documentary Himself
Memories of M*A*S*H 1991 TV Movie documentary Himself / Trapper John McIntyre
A Conversation with Dinah 1989 TV Series Himself (1989)
We the People 200: The Constitutional Gala 1987 TV Movie Himself - Performer
Fame, Fortune and Romance 1986 TV Series Himself
AFI Life Achievement Award: A Tribute to Billy Wilder 1986 TV Special documentary Himself
Famous Lives 1983 TV Movie Himself - Host
The 40th Annual Golden Globe Awards 1983 TV Special Himself - Presenter: Best Motion Picture Drama
Making 'M*A*S*H' 1981 TV Movie documentary Himself
Circus of the Stars #5 1980 TV Special documentary
The John Davidson Show 1980 TV Series Himself
The Merv Griffin Show 1976-1980 TV Series Himself
The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson 1978-1980 TV Series Himself
The Mike Douglas Show 1974-1980 TV Series Himself - Actor / Himself - Co-Host
The Hollywood Squares 1974-1978 TV Series Himself - Panelist
Dinah! 1974-1977 TV Series Himself
Mitzi... Zings Into Spring 1977 TV Special Himself
Circus of the Stars 1977 TV Special documentary Himself - Performer
Gala de l'union 1976 TV Series Himself
The Sonny and Cher Show 1976 TV Series Himself / Various Characters
The Peter Marshall Variety Show 1976 TV Series Himself
Cher 1975 TV Series Himself
Celebrity Bowling 1975 TV Series Himself
The Carol Burnett Show 1975 TV Series Himself
The 1st Annual People's Choice Awards 1975 TV Special Himself - Performer
Password All-Stars 1973 TV Series Himself - Celebrity Contestant
KWHY-TV 22 Business News: Executive Summary 1964 TV Series Himself
Here's Hollywood 1961 TV Series Himself

Archive Footage

Archive Footage

TitleYearStatusCharacter
The 68th Primetime Emmy Awards 2016 TV Special Himself - In Memoriam
22nd Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards 2016 TV Special Himself - In Memoriam
Cashin' In 2016 TV Series Himself - Panelist
The Carol Burnett Show: A Reunion 1993 TV Movie documentary Himself
M*A*S*H 1978 TV Series Capt. 'Trapper John' McIntyre

Won awards

Won awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2005 Star on the Walk of Fame Walk of Fame Television Awarded on December 13, 2005 at 7018 Hollywood Blvd.

Nominated awards

Nominated awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2003 TV Land Award TV Land Awards Classic TV Doctor of the Year M*A*S*H (1972)
1981 Golden Globe Golden Globes, USA Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series - Comedy or Musical House Calls (1979)


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#Fact
1 He is buried at Westwood Village Memorial Park Cemetery in Los Angeles, California.
2 Wayne Rogers' role as Trapper John McIntyre on "MASH" was among the most beloved characters on one of the most popular TV shows of all time. He died on a New Year's eve, Thursday, December 31, 2015, at age 82. The actor was surrounded by family when he died in Los Angeles, CA, of complications from pneumonia, his publicist and longtime friend Rona Menace reported. Rogers' U.S.Army surgeon Trapper John was one of the most beloved characters, and half of one of the most beloved duos, in TV history, despite the actor's appearing in only the first three of the series eleven seasons on CBS-TV. The two skilled doctors blew off steam between surgeries by pulling pranks, romancing nurses and tormenting their tentmate, Frank Burns, always with an endless supply of booze and one-liners at the ready. In one classic moment, Trapper reaches out as though he's checking for rain and says, "Hmm, feels like it's going to martini," as Hawkeye promptly passes him a drink. And in another line that typified the show's ethos, Trapper answers a question with "How should I know? I dropped out of school to become a doctor." Rogers was on "MASH" from 1972 to 1975, becoming one of many original cast members to leave the wildly popular show that lasted until 1983. He was initially considered for Alda's character, but he preferred Trapper's sunnier disposition to Hawkeye's darkly acerbic personality. The characters were essentially equals when the show began, but the series increasingly focused on Alda, which was a factor in Rogers' departure. Two other actors played Trapper in other incarnations. Elliot Gould was the same character in the "MASH" feature film that preceded the TV show, and Pernell Roberts played the title character in the 1980s spinoff television drama "Trapper John, M.D." An Alabama native and Princeton graduate, Rogers had parts on many short-lived shows before "MASH," specializing in westerns such as "Law of the Plainsman" and "Stagecoach West." He had a bit part in the 1967 feature film "Cool Hand Luke" with Paul Newman. In years after "MASH", he returned to TV regularly with a recurring role in the early 1990s on CBS's mystery series "Murder, She Wrote." Rogers moved beyond acting to see success later in life as a money manager and investor. In 1988 and 1990, he appeared as an expert witness before the House Judiciary Committee to speak in favor of maintaining the Glass-Steagall banking act of the 1930s. In recent years he was a regular panelist on the Fox Business News stock investment show "Cashin' In." Rogers is survived by his wife, Amy; two children, Bill and Laura; and four grandchildren..
3 Good friends with Alan Alda.
4 Survived by his wife Amy Hirsh Rogers, two children Bill and Laura by his first marriage, and four grandchildren Alexander, Daniel, William and Anais.
5 Owns three homes: in Los Angeles, California, Destin, Florida, and Deer Valley, Utah.
6 Authored the book "Make Your Own Rules: A Renegade Guide to Unconventional Success" (2001). This is a business book on how to succeed in business peppered with personal anecdotes.
7 Has been the managing director of the Stop-N-Save convenience food chains in Tallahasse, Florida, for almost 10 years. [August 2003]
8 Was one of three investors in the Kleinfeld bridal store in New York City and created a chain of bridal stores with initial outlets in Chicago, Illinois, and Los Angeles, California.
9 Chairman and president of Wayne Rogers & Co., a stock trading investment company.
10 Chairman of the Board and co-owner, with Ronnie Rothstein, of "Kleinfeld Bridal".
11 He was awarded a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame at 7018 Hollywood Boulevard in Hollywood, California, on December 13, 2005.
12 After leaving M*A*S*H (1972), he turned down the lead role on the television series Trapper John, M.D. (1979) because he did not want to be typecast as a doctor on television. Ironically, he accepted a role as a doctor shortly thereafter on another television series, House Calls (1979).
13 Described M*A*S*H (1972) co-star McLean Stevenson as being "one of the funniest men I had ever met", fondly recalling in an interview one day on the set wherein Stevenson had been goofing around with a fly swatter.
14 In addition to the disputes about contracts, he says he also left M*A*S*H (1972) because he felt the writers were not giving Trapper John any character development. Specifically, he did not like how the Trapper John character began and ended the movie with the same role significance as Hawkeye (e.g., Trapper John was brought into the movie because the unit needed a "chest cutter") but deteriorated in role significance as the TV show progressed.
15 Was the second actor to play the "M*A*S*H" character Trapper John McIntyre, the first one being Elliott Gould in the film MASH (1970) and the third one being Pernell Roberts on the television series Trapper John, M.D. (1979).
16 Graduated with a history degree in 1954 from Princeton University, where he was a member of the Princeton Triangle Club, and served in the United States Navy before becoming an actor.
17 Attended Ramsay High School in Birmingham, Alabama, and graduated from the Webb School in Bell Buckle, Tennessee.
18 When he left M*A*S*H (1972) in 1975, he was sued for breach of contract, but the case was thrown out because he had no contract. Producers wanted him to sign a morality clause, in which he could be suspended or fired at any time, and he refused because he wanted the same privilege regarding the producers.

#Quote
1 [on the pilot for Stagecoach West (1960)] As soon as I saw it, I thought: "This is really bad" and caught the next plane back to New York.
2 [discussing his contract dispute, after leaving M*A*S*H (1972)] They sue, you countersue. It's business.
3 [on leaving the sitcom M*A*S*H (1972) in retrospect] If I had known that the show was gonna run that long, I probably would have kept my mouth shut and stayed put.
4 Somebody once told me I shouldn't try to change Hollywood. That isn't my point at all. I don't want Hollywood to change me.


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