Icon Lynda Carter to be Honored with Walk of Fame Star

Before there was Gal Gadot there was Rosario Dawson, Cobie Smulders and Keri Russell all these actresses are a handful of individuals who have embodied Wonder Woman be it through film or animation. Lynda Carter champions this list as the first live-action manifestation of Wonder woman, a pop-culture icon, Lynda Carter is being honored by the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce with a star on the Walk of Fame.

Known for her portrayal of the Amazonian Princess during the 1970s a character she is attributed as having introduced  “with such depth and humor that it has become one of the most indelible characters in television history” Carter has truly accomplished many feats throughout her career.

Her achievements range wide and far, so do her talents be it being crowned Miss World in 1972, being an accomplished musician having performed at the Kennedy center, portraying Mama Morton in a production Chicago, making an appearance in CW’s Supergirl as the beloved President Marsdin and most recently speaking at United Nations the list is endless – the ceremony could not get here any sooner.

Carter remains a true Wonder Woman and shows no signs of stopping contributing her voice to the #MeToo movement, her work in a number of charity organizations and a possible cameo in the Wonder Woman Sequel in the works. Both Lynda Carter and Patty Jenkins whom will be attending the ceremony, have shown an interest in having the Original Wonder Woman play a role in the film – we for one would love to see that happen.

Until such blessings, congratulations to Lynda Carter.

Hit us up we would like to know which have been your favorite roles Carter has portrayed? What interactions are you most hoping for in the Wonder Woman sequel- it is never too early to start a wish list?

Sources:

Hollywood Chamber

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