Wayne Rogers, born on April 7, 1933, has had a unique and extensive acting career. He received his first regular role on a TV series on the show Edge of Night. Since then, he has starred in several other shows, including Stagecoach West and M*A*S*H. After three years…more
On on January 1st, 2007 he hosted a Mash Marathon called the "Mash Bash."
One of Rogers's biggest movie accomplishments was playing Michael Moore in Once in Paris in 1978.
One of Rogers's investments were in Kleinfeld, which was a bridal shop in New York City.
Before marrying Amy Hirsh, Rogers married Mitzi Rogers in 1960, only to divorce her nineteen years later in 1979.
Rogers married Amy Hirsh on December 8, 1988.
Rogers has oftentimes appeared on the Fox News Channel as a financial expert.
Rogers's debut in theaters was Robert Wise's Odds Against Tomorrow. However, Rogers almost didn't get the part because Wise did not like the way Rogers made his autographs.
Some of Rogers's hobbies outside of acting are reading, playing tennis, and playing baseball.
Rogeres has been the manager of several actors, including Peter Falk and James Caan.
Rogers first won his fame after becoming a regular on Edge of Night.
Rogers had joined the army shortly after graduating from college, only to retire after three years.
On December 13, 2005, Rogers received his own personal star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
Rogers attended Ramsay High school in his hometown, Birmingham, Alabama.
Rogers left M*A*S*H at the end of its third season because he felt that his character was not developing any.
Rogers graduated from Princeton University in 1954.
Rogers majored in history in 1954.
Wayne Rogers: I'm one of those actors who likes to do it wrong nine ways before I come to the tenth way, which is the way I think it should be.
Wayne Rogers: If I had known it would run that long (eleven seasons), I probably would have kept my mouth shut and stayed put.
Wayne Rogers: I love to be in the position of not knowing what I'm gonna do, but having rehearsed all of those so when something happens with the others actors I go with whatever that is I'm getting.
Wayne Rogers: 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.