A Work­ing Won­der

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As Won­der Wo­man, Lynda Carter jug­gled a day job with catch­ing bad guys. Nowat 67, the ac­tress still keeps up a heroic scheduk filled with act­ing roles, singing­with her band and spend­ing­fam ily time with hus­band Robert Alt­man and two grown kids. "I have to keep work­ing just to keep in­ter­est­ing," Lynda joked to Closer at the God's Love We De­liver Golden I leanAwards on Oct. 16 in NYC. "I'm cu­ri­ous by na­ture and I've been work­ing since I was 14!" She's had a re­cur­ring role as U.S. Pres­i­dent (and alien) Olivia Mars­din on The CW's Su­per­girl, but it's not the familiar awn ic-book­theme that brought her back to TV. Whether you're Su­per­girl, Won­der Wo­man or­just a reg­u­lar fe­male, "we are full-blooded women with the com­plex­i­ties and pow­er­ful in­ner selves we all have," she says. "That's the power of Won­der Wo­man that re­sounds in peo­ple: [She speak­sto-I that part of our­selves that is so pow­er­ful —we're the moth­ers of all mankind!"

“I pick and choose what I want to do. It’s about the work.”

— Lynda

Lynda (with Melissa Benoiston Su­per­girl) jokes she’d put on her old cos­tume“over my [dead body]!”

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