Did Lynda Carter Undergo Plastic Surgery?

Never has plastic surgery been more popular or normalized than in today’s society, especially if you are a TV actress like Lynda Carter, where your appearance can make or break your career. Has Lynda Carter fallen for the temptation? Find out all plastic surgery facts below.

Short Bio

Lynda was born 24th July 1951 in Phoenix, Arizona. Her full birth name is Linda Jean Córdova Carter. Carter has English, Mexican, Irish, and Spanish descent. She appeared in Starsky and Hutch, Partners in Crime, Hawkeye and Smallville. Carter recorded three albums Portrait (1978), At Last (2009) and Crazy Little Things (2011). She has been married twice.

She married Robert A. Altman in 1984, and the couple welcomed their son, James, in 1988 followed by a daughter, Jessica, in 1990. She was previously married to Ron Samuels from 1977 until they divorced in 1982.

She starred with Lyle Waggoner on Wonder Woman.

Lynda Carter's Plastic Surgeries

“I don’t think I’m ever going to go under the knife — I am what I am!” The seemingly ageless actress, 67, told Closer Weekly she’s had “a little Botox” but credits good old fashioned exercise with helping her maintain her beauty. Still, she said true beauty comes from within.

Whether it's classical cosmetic enhancements like a boob job or more obscure things like eyelid surgery, here is a list of all the known plastic surgeries Lynda Carter has done:

Lynda Carter - Cosmetic Procedures
Nose JobN/A
Boob JobNo
Breast ReductionN/A
Butt ImplantsN/A
Butt LiftN/A
Eyelid Surgery (Blepharoplasty)N/A

Plastic Surgery Pics

Check out these pictures of Lynda Carter. Is there any plastic surgery involved?

The TV actress looks captivating. It must be a breeze to be the center of attention when boasting such beautiful features as Lynda Carter.

Quotes by Lynda Carter

"My son plays guitar, and he's been at the Kennedy Center."

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"My only interest in women's clothes is what's underneath them."

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"People always want me to talk about Wonder Woman, so I do."

Lynda Carter

"I'd been singing since I was 14 and on the road since high school, and I was very independent. Then I was Miss U.S.A. and had to have a chaperone and spent a year opening supermarkets. It was all so silly, wearing a crown and banner when it was the 1970s and women's liberation was everywhere. That was quite a stigma to overcome."

Lynda Carter

"I sang in bands as a kid. In high school, I was already on the road doing a single. And that's no fun. Then came 'Wonder Woman' and children."

Lynda Carter