Source: The Daily Review
I’m sure Lynda Carter is more than Wonder Woman and has more credits to her life than that. I think the problem that she and it’s not a weakness on her part, but similar to Catherine Bach as Daisy Duke on The Dukes of Hazzard, she played Wonder Woman so well and doesn’t have another role that comes close to the popularity of Wonder Woman, that she’s not that well-known for anything else. Except for perhaps her most die-hard fans. Which is a shame, because she might be the best looking and sexiest women on TV from the 1970s. A gloomy decade in many ways, but her and that show gave millions of Americans a lot to be happy about and look forward to for about five years. In the late 1970s and early 1980s.
Lynda Carter, is one of the top Hollywood Goddess’s of all-time. I’m not sure a better looking women has ever been on TV, to be frank about this. A gorgeous and yet baby-faced adorable brunette, 5’9, 130 pounds or so, great body. Built like a great tennis player. You can see why the creators of Wonder Woman wanted her so much and wanted her in that outfit so much. She truly looked like a goddess and played one on TV as well. I don’t know of another women at least from that era, who cold have played that role better, or as well. When you’re talking about her physical presence and the fact that she’s a hell of an actress as well. She made a guest appearance on the hit police detective show Starsky and Hutch in like 1975 or 76 , before Wonder Woman and you could see then that she was going to be a star.
I’m surprised that Wonder Woman didn’t lead to other great roles for her on TV and in the movies. I could easily have seen her on a hit cop show in the 1980s where she plays a detective or detective sergeant, kicking ass and saving the day. (So to speak) I think she would have been great in roles like that on TV, or doing action/comedy movies like that. And perhaps even having another hit show. Similar to Angie Dickinson with Police Woman in the mid and late 1970s. But she has made a very good career for herself doing other movies, as well as putting together a pretty successful singing career. But even being typecast as this Wonder Goddess from Paradise Island, (of all places) I believe even with that she should have had other opportunities like that in the 1980s and 1990s. And had more great credits on her resume.
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