Lynda Carter Wonder Woman

Lynda Carter – photos and quotes

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“‘Wonder Woman’ was never developed to the point where she felt any emotions, but she was independent and did what she felt was right. But it was a character that existed before Lynda Carter. I’m glad to be doing other things. I would like to have seen ‘Wonder Woman’ develop a little more character.”Lynda Carter

Jerry Buck (1982)

 

Wonder Woman Lynda Carter“In many ways, it was a groundbreaking role because at that time network executives did not think that a woman could carry a drama series. Television was very male-driven until the 1970s.”Lynda Carter

 

 

“I’m a feminist, which means I’m for women, but I’m not against men at all. I simply feel that women should respect one another be responsible for themselves.”Lynda Carter

Source: Sherry Woods (1975)

 

“I really hadn’t played camp before and they sort of wanted me to. Superman camped it up pretty big and I never really did. I tried to play her like a regular woman who just happened to have superhuman powers.”Lynda Carter

Source: 2000

 

“I always thought of Wonder Woman as one of the first strong women on TV. I like to think we broke open a few doors, and I always tried to play it in a way that brought into it 100 percent, with no we’re not kidding.”Lynda Carter

Source: Chris Hewitt (2005)

 

“Basically, the roles being written for women are very exploitive. Pretty women on television play pretty women, not just women. It’s glamour and pretty clothes.”Lynda Carter

Source: Jerry Buck (1982)

 

Lynda Carter“I’m nice to look at. Sometimes I look at photos of me and I can’t really believe it is me. Sometimes I get angry or snooty and if I start acting like that, they call me a blankety-blank.”Lynda Carter

Source: 1980

 

Lynda Carter 2005“It’s not about whether my reading is good. It’s, ‘How does Lynda look?’ If people have not seen you recently, there is a tendency in this business for them to think you had a bad facelift or gained 50 pounds. When I go to meetings, I can see the relief on their faces.”Lynda Carter

Source: Chris Hewitt (2005)

Photo: 2005

 

Lynda Carter older

“People are trying to connect with you through some character that they loved seeing you do. She is such a powerful role, almost anything else I do pales in comparison.”Lynda Carter 

Source: 2017

Photo: 2017

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