Beau Waggoner, an accomplished American entrepreneur, gained prominence when he assumed the role of president at Star Waggons, a company established by his late father, Lyle Waggoner. Lyle, recognized for his multifaceted career as an American actor, sculptor, presenter, travel trailer salesman, and model, achieved fame through his contributions to The Carol Burnett Show and his portrayals of Steve Trevor and Steve Trevor Jr. in Wonder Woman.
Beau Waggoner’s Family
Born on September 2, 1970, in Los Angeles, California, Beau Waggoner is the son of the renowned American actor and former model, Lyle Waggoner, and his mother, Sharon Kennedy, who is a real estate agent, financial consultant, and former actress. Beau’s older brother is named Jason Waggoner. He completed his education, receiving a diploma from Birmingham Community Charter High School in Los Angeles.
Beau has been happily married to Kristina for an extended period, and together they have a son and a daughter. They currently reside in Simi Valley, California.
Lyle Waggoner, Beau’s father, was born on April 13, 1935, in Kansas City, Kansas, to Marie (Isern) and Myron Waggoner. He spent part of his childhood in Excelsior Springs, Missouri. Lyle tied the knot with actress Sharon Kennedy on September 17, 1960, and they had two sons, including Beau. Lyle passed away at the age of 84 on March 17, 2020, from cancer, in his Los Angeles area home.
Beau Waggoner’s Net Worth
Widely recognized as the son of the late actor Lyle Waggoner, Beau Waggoner has carved out his own identity despite his father’s renown. Currently serving as the president of Star Waggons, a business founded by his late father, Beau began in an entry-level position and climbed to the top through dedication and hard work. With a background in architecture and self-taught design skills, Beau’s estimated net worth is $2.5 million. Lyle Waggoner, Beau’s father, an American actor and former model, had a net worth of $40 million at the time of his 2020 passing, and his seaside property in Oxnard, California, amounted to $3.95 million. He also owned homes in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, Manzanillo, Mexico, and Westlake Village, California.
Lyle Waggoner gained widespread recognition for his performances on The Carol Burnett Show, where he was part of the cast from 1967 to 1974. Additionally, he achieved fame for portraying the character Steve Trevor in Wonder Woman. His attractive appearance led to frequent casting choices aimed at enhancing the ‘hunk appeal’ of specific shows. Lyle also made notable guest appearances on various television programs, including Charlie’s Angels, The Golden Girls, Mork and Mindy, Ellen, and even The War at Home.
Apart from his acting career, Lyle Waggoner had a significant presence in real estate and entrepreneurship. In 1979, he established his own enterprise named Star Waggons, a company specializing in renting trailers utilized by film and television studios. The business remains under the ownership and operation of his family.