In 1975, Lynda Carter starred in the Wonder Woman TV show and she played the title role for all 3 seasons. She never got a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame during that time.
In 1983, Lynda Carter wowed critics and viewers (I’m guessing) when she starred as the title role in the TV movie Rita Hayworth: The Love Goddess. She never got a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame for that.
In 1996, Lynda Carter gave an Emmy-worthy performance in the TV movie She Woke Up Pregnant. She never got a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame for that either.
It’s 2018, and Lynda Carter has finally gotten her star. What have all of us been doing with our lives as the Hollywood Walk of Fame was Lynda Carter-less? But thankfully, someone finally did the lord’s work by paying for 66-year-old Lynda to get her star in Hollywood yesterday. Lynda’s husband Robert Altman (not that Robert Altman, he died in 2006), her kids Jessica and James Altman, and the director of the Wonder Woman movie Patty Jenkins all came out for the ceremony.
Not only did Lynda speak at the ceremony and gently hump everyone’s eyeballs with her beauty, but she also gave them a pose show. While Wonder Woman needed a lasso and cuffs to take down the Nazis, Lynda just needs her pose skills. Lynda’s poses were so powerful that they traveled back in time and knocked the Nazis out.