She was featured in the July 2006 issue of American FHM magazine.
Wagner was featured as the Ford Motor Company's Mercury brand spokesmodel in television ads from 2005 to 2011.
He was an outstanding right fielder, combining a center fielder’s speed with one of the strongest arms in the league. When his average hovered at .250, his manager brought Paul to the nearest tavern and bought him a drink.
Named to the Hall of Fame in 1952, Waner returned to the game in 1957 as a hitting instructor with the Braves.
Originally a pitcher, he switched to the outfield when he hurt his arm while training that spring with the San Francisco Seals of the Pacific Coast League.
In his third year with the Seals, Waner paced the PCL with a .401 batting average and 75 doubles.
Because at 5’9”, 150 pounds, Paul Waner was bulkier than his brother Lloyd, he was called “Big Poison” and Lloyd “Little Poison.” The nicknames supposedly were Brooklynese for the word “person” and stemmed from a moment early in their careers when a Dodgers fan, bemoaning the frequent pastings the Waners gave Brooklyn pitchers, said something like: “There goes that big and little poison again.”Paul Glee Waner (1903-1965) left East Central Teachers’ College in Oklahoma against his father’s advice to pursue a professional baseball career in 1923.In 2006, she co-starred in the Spike TV television series Blade: The Series as Krista Starr.She is a co-host of Inside the Vault on WGN America.In January 2007, Wagner stated that she had been interviewed about the possibility of portraying Wonder Woman in the upcoming movie version, saying, "I met with the guys over at Silver pictures about some things and Wonder Woman was one of them." a role she continued throughout the rest of the series' run.In June 2011, Wagner appeared on the new show Teen Wolf, airing on MTV.