What Happened to Lynda Carter, the Original Wonder Woman

What Happened to Lynda Carter, the Original Wonder Woman

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If you’re a true Wonder Woman fan, then you’ll miss the days when the role was played by actress Lynda Carter. But you might also be wondering, what happened to Lynda Carter, the original Wonder Woman?

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She played the super heroine for three seasons in the 1970s. The show became a phenomenon and she won over audiences instantly.

Needless to say, by the end of the 1970s, Lynda Carter had stamped her place in American popular culture. But even before Lynda Carter landed the role of Wonder Woman, she already had a remarkable career.

She appeared on talent shows as a young child and was part of a band during her high school years. She would later study at Arizona State University before dropping out to pursue a career in music.

She joined the band The Garfin Gathering and toured the country with them well into the early 1970s. In 1972, she left the band and went on to win the Miss World USA Beauty Pageant. This victory caught the eye of prominent television producers.

This proved to be fortuitous as she had also begun taking acting classes after ending her music career. She began playing bit parts in popular TV shows including Nakia and Starsky & Hutch. She also had small roles in several B-grade movies.

Then, in 1976, she won the role of a lifetime in Wonder Woman. This solidified her place in American television history. After the show ended in 1979, she continued to work in film, television, and music.

But what happened to her in her personal life? It’s clear to see that her early career was a series of milestones. Success came to her without many hurdles. But did she face many challenges after the success of Wonder Woman?

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What Happened to Lynda Carter, the Original Wonder Woman
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50 Comments

  1. I met Lynda Carter in 2002. A good friend of mine is Lynda’s niece. Lynda’s father’s name is Colbey Carter and he’s one of the nicest men you’ll ever meet. As a photographer I’ve actually taken photographs of Lynda at her great nephews christening. I guess that’s my claim to fame.

  2. A beautiful an intelligent women that has done more movies along with being able to sing didn’t care about her private life only what l see her in a movie yes l loved watching her as Wonder Women and the heart throb of many males ❤

  3. I love Lynda Carter but she was not the original Wonder Woman. The original Wonder Woman was Cathy Lee Crosby.

  4. I loved her when I was kid in the 70’s and have always been a fan. Such a beautiful woman, those eyes would melt anyone’s heart!!

  5. I watched Wonder Woman faithfully, and loved my Wonder Woman Underoos! 💖💖💖🤗

  6. Super thicc and tall, she was exactly the perfect incarnation of the character. Gal Gadot is fine but not that great.

  7. Actually, Cathy Lee Crosby did Wonder Woman in 1974 a year before Lynda Carter’s definitive take on her.

  8. I had to do a double take with the thumbnail. I remember Lynda carter having low bazonkers not balloon bazonkers.

  9. As a young boy I certainly had a crush on Lynda Carter. I mean she was an amazing super hero in my eyes. She was a mix of beauty and excitement. 😍

  10. 7:19 7:42 troppo bella. Ero un ragazzino quando in televisione trasmettevano il telefilm Wonder Woman. Lo guardavo sopra tutto perchè ero attratto dalla bellezza rara dell’attrice Lynda Carter.

  11. *Are you a fan of Lynda Carter and wants to see more? Click here to see more of her photos: **https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bpT8vXPqwB0*

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