Lynda Carter

Lynda Carter is an American actress, singer, and songwriter. Acting and Singing were her passion since her childhood. In Childhood days, Lynda was involved in several singing activities. In addition, Lynda Carter won a local Arizona beauty contest in USA. She also won Miss World USA representing Arizona in the year 1972. In the year 1974, Lynda Carter made her first acting in an episode called Police drama Nakia. She give a breakthrough in her acting as Diana Prince in the famous series called "Wonder Woman".

Lynda Carter Biography

Lynda Carter was born on July 24, 1951. She got a title of Miss World America in the year 1972. She is one of the well known star of the American live action television series called "Wonder Woman". In that series, She has been acted in the role of Diana Prince/Wonder Woman. At the age of 5, she made her public television debut on Lew King's Talent Show. While she was studying in high school, she performed in a band called "Just Us" which consists of a marimba, a conga drum, an acoustic guitar, and a stand-up bass played by another girl.

Lynda Carter Personal Details

Full Name

​Linda Jean Cordova Carter

Nick name



​July 24, 1951


​Phoenix, Arizona, United States




​Actress, Singer, Beauty Pageant Titleholder

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​Dark Brown

Lynda Carter Family Details


Colby Carter


Juana Cordova


​Vincent Carter (Brother), Pamela Carter (Sister)


​Robert A. Altman (m.1984), Ron Samuels (m.1977-1982)


​Jessica Altman, James Altman

Lynda Carter Body Measurements


175 cm


57 KG

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Shoe size

9 (US)

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Lynda Carter Achivements

Lynda Carter won a local Arizona beauty contest and got a national attention in USA by winning the Miss World USA, representing Arizona in the year 1972. She made her appearances on various TV Shows like Star sky, and Hutch and Cos as well as appearances in several "B" movies. After Wonder Woman series ended, She had many opportunities in music, film and television.  

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