The original Wonder Woman Lynda Carter performing in South Florida

BEVERLY HILLS, CA - MAY 24: Honoree/actress Lynda Carter attends the 41st Annual Gracie Awards at Regent Beverly Wilshire Hotel on May 24, 2016 in Beverly Hills, California. (Photo by Jeffrey Mayer/WireImage)

Wonder Woman is hot again, thanks to the summer movie starring badass actress Gal Gadot, but um, an older generation, may recall TV’s Wonder Woman.

That would be Lynda Carter.

She was reportedly asked to be in the big screen blockbuster, but declined. There is a rumor rolling around she could be in the sequel. 

These days, the 66 year old Arizona native has traded in the boots, cuffs and starry shorts, and is a full time singer.

“I grew up in a house filled with music,” said Carter. “My mother, who is of Mexican and Spanish descent, used to sing to my English-Irish father and between the two of them I was introduced to a diverse array of music ranging from country to blues to classical. I was encouraged to sing since I spoke my first word and I’ve sung every day of my life since then.”

Carter will perform at The Pavilion at Seminole Casino Coconut Creek on Sept. 23.

Her 75-minute show is titled “The Other Side of Trouble” and features her 11-member All-Star Band led by drummer Paul Leim.

Tickets priced at $40/$50/$60 are on sale now at, or by calling 800-653-8000


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