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