Despite being in her 70s, Susan Anton doesn’t look a day over 40. She’s had a long acting career, which has spanned over 35 years. She sings, she acts, it seems there’s nothing she doesn’t do.
From her very first film in 1979, Goldengirl, she already became a nominee for a Golden Globe. After that, she starred in the popular T.V drama Cliffhangers. She has also starred in the beloved Broadway musical, Hairspray. Nowadays, the former actress is spending her time with family and practicing her swing at golf.
Lynda was brought to fame by her superhero part in the TV series “Wonder Woman,” which she held from 1975-to 1979. During the same time, in 1978, she released her pop album “Portrait.” Two of her songs were also included in episodes of “Wonder Women.”
Following her role as a superhero with superhuman strength and flight power, she played more “normal” roles in film and on TV. Recently, she played the role of President Olivia Marsdin in the CW series “Supergirl” and starred in the movie “Super Troopers 2.” Not surprisingly, considering Lynda’s stunning appearance, she was also a model and was crowned Miss World America in 1972. She proceeded to finish as a semifinalist in the Miss World 1972 pageant.
Barbara’s career started when Hollywood was still young. While she didn’t star in A-list films with James Dean and Elizabeth Taylor, she nonetheless had some pretty famous roles. Her breakthrough came when she starred in I Dream of Jeannie.
Now, the star is 87-years-old and happily retired.
Billie Jean King
King found fame after she won the 1973 “Battle of the Sexes” tennis match verse male tennis star, Bobby Riggs. In 1981, she came out as gay, making her the first athlete to do so. King was a very successful player throughout the years and was inducted into the International Tennis Hall of Fame in 1987
In 2009, she received the Presidential Medal of Freedom. In 2014, she used her power and influence to launch the Billie Jean King Leadership Initiative to deal with inclusion and diversity problems in places of work.
Allison is recognized most for her role in “Little House on the Prairie” as Nellie Oleson. She played the part from 1974 to 1982. Since those days in the prairie, she has continued to act in different TV movies and films and write.
She released her book in 2010 titled “Confessions of A Prairie Bitch: How I Survived Nellie Oleson and Learned to Love Being Hated.” In the book, she talks about her experience as one of television’s most memorable characters. Today, she gives back to charity to raise awareness for aids and child abuse.