Lynda Carter, an American actress, singer, songwriter, and beauty titleholder, was born on 24 July 1951 in Phoenix, Arizona, United States. In 1972 she became Miss World America.
She is famous in the live action television series titled Wonder Woman for her role as Wonder Woman/ Diana Prince. The series is based on the fictional superheroine character of the same name.The series was first played on ABC and later on CBS from 1975 to 1979.
Lynda Carter Early Life and Education
She was born and grown up in Phoenix, Arizona. She is the daughter of Juanita and Colby Carter. Her birth name was Lynda Jean Cordova Carter. At the age of five, she made her public television debut on the show titled Lew King’s, Talent Show.
She made her appearance in the band known as Just Us during her high school life. The was supported by marimba, a stand-up bass, a conga drum, and an acoustic guitar. When she was 16, she joined her two cousins in another band known as The Relatives.
In Las Vegas, the group began opened at the Sahara Hotel and Casino lounge for three months. She went to the Arizona State University. Later she dropped out to start her career in the music field. She sang with The Garfin Gathering in 1970.
Lynda Carter Career and Struggles
She began her career in the series titled Wonder Women in the role of Diana Prince. This character made her famous all over the world and made her successful in the acting field. This character is famous around all world as the world’s most prominent female superhero.
The series ran from 1975 to 1979 on ABC and later on the channel, CBS. Carter was known as one of the honorees in 1985 by DC Comics. Her 13-inch full body statue was released by toy company DC Direct in 2007, it published limited 5,000 pieces.
She was voted by the International Academy of Beauty and the British Press Organization as The Most Beautiful Woman in the World. In 1977, she signed a modeling contract with Maybelline cosmetics.
Lynda Carter Personal Life
She has married for two times in her entire life. She first married to Ron Samuels, former talent agent of her on 1977. The couple divorced on 1982. Her second marriage was with Robert A. Altman, Washington D.C, an attorney in January 1984.
In 1985 she left Hollywood to join her husband in Washington DC for a few years. The couple has two children.
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