Linda Carter is an American actress, singer, and cultural icon, best known for her role as Wonder Woman in the 1970s television series of the same name.

Born in Phoenix, Arizona on July 24, 1951, Carter is best known for her role as Diana Prince, an Amazonian superhero with an alter ego called Wonder Woman. Her portrayal was revolutionary at the time, as it provided a strong and powerful female role model at a time when such characters were relatively rare on television.
Carter’s charisma, beauty and talent endeared her to fans around the world and cemented her status as an icon of the feminist movement.

In addition to her role as Wonder Woman, Lynda Carter’s career spanned several artistic fields. He is a great singer and songwriter and has released several albums over the years. His musical talent brought him recognition and a fan base. Carter has also appeared in numerous television shows and films, demonstrating her acting range and versatility.

Her performances in projects like “The Dukes of Hazzard” and “Super Troopers” have demonstrated her ability to take on diverse roles and captivate audiences.

In addition to her entertainment career, Linda Carter is known for her philanthropy and advocacy work. She supported several causes, including breast cancer awareness and veterans’ issues. Her dedication to giving back to the community and using her platform for positive change has earned her admiration and admiration beyond her role as Wonder Woman. Lynda Carter’s legacy as a beloved actress, singer and advocate continues to shine, enshrining her as a timeless and inspirational figure in the world of entertainment.

Despite 71 years old, Lynda Carter claims she hasn’t had any cosmetic surgery. “I’m just too afraid of looking different,” the former Wonder Woman on TV recently told Closer Weekly at the God’s Love We Deliver Golden Heart Awards in New York.

“I’m not going to have surgery because I like who I am.” The actress admits to receiving “a little Botox” but credits her maintained fitness to riding a Peloton bike. But she believes that true beauty comes from within, regardless of age.

“We are still full-blooded women with our complexity and our powerful inner identities,” the mother-of-two added. “That’s the Wonder Woman aspect that resonates with people – that person inside of us who is so powerful that we generate life. We are, as I like to say, the mothers of all mankind!”

Lynda starred in the TV series Wonder Woman from 1975 to 1979, and she learned a lot about women strength during her time on the show. “Wonder Woman taught women to be themselves,” Lynda previously said.

“I’ve had messages from individuals telling me how much she inspired them since she represents an inner power that every woman possesses.”