Natalie Wood and Robert Wagner
Actress Natalie Wood starred in the films Rebel Without a Cause with James Dean and in West Side Story as Maria. She drowned during a boating trip in 1981.
Film Actor, Television Actor, Television Personality / 1930 -Robert Wagner is an American film and television actor known for his popularity in numerous television series and most recently, in the Austin Powers films.
Robert Wagner is an American film and television actor known for his popularity in numerous television series and most recently, in the Austin Powers films.
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profile name: Natalie Wood profile occupation: Film Actress
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