Wonder Woman Gives The Bionic Woman a Star: Lindsay Wagner and Lynda Carter in Palm Springs

Wonder Woman Gives The Bionic Woman a Star

Two early crushes in one day.  I recently attended a ceremony honoring Lindsay Wagner with a Golden Palm Star on the Palm Springs Walk of Stars.  Lynda Carter presented the star, shared stories, and a photo (below) of what it was like for both of them to rocket to fame.  Also in attendance were Lindsay's co-star Richard Anderson from the "Bionic Woman", Ruta Lee (can't miss the hat), Lindsay's sons, and many state and local representatives.  Lindsay's son Dorian Kingi (photo below) is a stuntman and her son Alex Kingi is a struntman and clothing designer. 

The Palm Springs Walk of Stars

For more information the location of star, available audio tour, and to adopt a star


Dorian Kingi and Alex Kingi (sons)

Dorian has worked on the Act of ValorThe Green Hornet, and his own short film "Tranquility".  Alex work with his brother on "Tranquility" and other productions such as The Amazing Spider-Man and The Watch.

Lynda Carter shared a story of how crazy it was to rocket to fame at the same time as Lindsay.

Lynda carter posing with U.S. Marines as she left the ceremony. 

Lynda Carter and Lindsay Wagner

Richard Anderson ("Oscar Goldman")

Ruta Lee:  actress from Seven Brides for Seven Brothers and many other films.  Ruta shared her thoughts on Lindsay, stardom, and the aging of women.  She explained as women age they go through times of being wild like Africa, refined like France, strong like Great Britain, and enter their last stage of life as Tibet.  

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Photo Credits
Ruta Lee David A. Lee Photography

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