Lynda is cast as Wonder Woman
Lynda's Hometown Arizona

I grew up in a house filled with music. 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.

And not just in the shower, either! Here is how I started, and all the fun I’ve had singing along the way.    

“Bet you didn’t

         know I could sing!”

Lynda Carter and Ray Charles
Lynda Carter, EddieRabbitt and BenVereen
Lynda is crowned Miss Arizona World
Lynda Tour, An Intimate Evening with Lynda Carter
Portrait Album Cover
Lynda on the Muppets Show
Lynda and Tom Jones
Listen to Last Song
Listen to Toto

 

Little Lynda

1965

Joins the band Just Us and
plays at the Village Inn Pizza
Hut near the University of Arizona four times a week

1970

Joins Speedy Garfin and the Garfin Gathering

1972

Wins the Miss World

USA pageant

1977

Guest stars on The Jackson
Show
along side Michael
Jackson and family, CBS

1978

Releases solo album Portrait. Lynda composes three songs
on the album, including the popular Toto

1980

Lynda Carter’s Special

with guest stars Leo Sayer

and Kenny Rogers, CBS

Lynda and Kenny Rogers

1980

Produces her second special, Encore, with guest stars Merle Haggard, Tom Jones, John Phillips and Donald Yung, CBS

1980

Headlines at the
London Palladium

1981

Lynda Carter’s Celebration

with guest stars Ray
Charles,Emmy NominationJerry Reed and Chris Evert-Lloyd, CBS. Celebration wins an Emmy Award and earns CBS the highest ratings of year

1981

Presenter for the 8th

American Music Awards

1983

Portrays Rita Hayworth in the telefilm The Love Goddess, CBS

1984

Lynda Carter Body & Soul with guest stars Eddie Rabbitt and
Ben Vereen, CBS. Nominated
for two Emmy Awards

1985

Guest stars on Bob Hope

Buys NBC? NBC

1987

Song performer, Bob Hope,

with his Easter Bunnies and

Other Friends, NBC

1993

Sings Somehow I’ll Go On,
by Lex Baxter on the last
official recording for the
movie, Lightning In A Bottle.
This song is played during
the ending titles

2005

Stars as Mama Morton

in the West End London

production of Chicago

2006

Lynda’s rendition of When
You're Good to Mama
was
officially released on the
Chicago: 10th Anniversary
Edition
CD box set

2008

Performs at The Kennedy
Center in Washington, DC

 

 

Lynda Carter Sings
Histography

 

1956

At the age of five, Lynda
makes her music debut
in a talent show in her
hometown Phoenix, Arizona

1968

Joins band The Relatives
and tours from Las Vegas
to the Catskills

1972

After winning Miss World,
moves to LA to study acting:
sang, and wrote music

1976

Lynda is cast as
Wonder Woman

1978

Headlines at Caesar’s Palace

in Las Vegas, Nevada

1979

Sings two songs from her

album Portrait on an
episode of Wonder Woman,
Season Three

1980

Stars in the telefilm

The Last Song and

sings the title track.

The single is released

in the UK by

Motown Records

1980

Guest stars on an episode
of The Muppet Show.
She performs two songs:
Rubber Band Man and
Flash! Bam! Alcazam!

1980

Headlines at the

Sporting Club

of Monte Carlo

1981

Hosts an episode of the

fourth season of
The Midnight Special and
performs The Last Song, Tumbledown Love,
and Fantasy Man

1982

Does her fourth TV special,

Lynda Carter: Street Life,

with guest stars George

Benson, Tony Orlando and

Frank Stallone, CBS

1983

Guest stars on Bob Hope
Special, Happy Birthday,
Bob!
NBC

1985

Guest stars on Night of

100 Stars II, ABC

1987

Happy Birthday,

Hollywood, ABC

 1988

Sings the National Anthem

at the Democratic Convention

 

1998

A Very Special Christmas

from Washington, DC, TNT

2006

Performs at the Chicago’s

10th Anniversary on Broadway celebration at the Ambassador Theatre in NY

2007

Tours her cabaret show,

An Intimate Evening with

Lynda Carter, at select venues, including The Plush Room

in San Francisco, The Catalina

Club in Los Angeles, and

Feinstein’s in New York City

2008

Headlines at Harrah’s Casino in Atlantic City, New Jersey