The Baltimore Comic-Con is returning to the Baltimore Convention Center on September 22-24, 2017. On Friday, September 22, as a one night only event, Lynda Carter will bring her show, The Other Side of Trouble, for a special 90-minute concert. This unique event is guaranteed to sell out, so be sure to get your tickets early.
The Arizona native is best known for her role as the titular hero on TV’s iconic Wonder Woman. In addition to her acting career, Carter is also an accomplished singer who has performed to sold out crowds around the world. Carter has produced and starred in five highly rated CBS television specials, many of which were nominated for an Emmy. She has also appeared onstage with popular singers, such as Kenny Rogers, Ray Charles, Tom Jones, George Benson, and Ben Vereen.
Carter made her professional singing debut at age 14, before going on to win the 1972 Miss World-USA title. Shortly thereafter she beat out hundreds of other actresses for the part of Wonder Woman. Her fame led to her becoming the face of Maybelline Cosmetics, where she remained their top model for over a decade. In addition to Wonder Woman, Carter also had starring roles in Partners in Crime and Hawkeye, numerous movies, and television roles on Law and Order and Two and a Half Men. Currently, Carter stars as the President of the United States on The CW series Supergirl, and will be seen in the upcoming Super Troopers 2 movie.
After taking a hiatus from acting to raise her family, Carter returned to live performing in 2006, starring in the hit musical Chicago in London's West End. She later appeared in the show's 10th year Broadway performance and is featured on the special anniversary CD. Carter then put together an all-star band and tours the country every year with a new concert show in major venues. In 2009 and 2011, she released the chart-topping CD’s, At Last and Crazy Little Things.
In addition to voiceover appearances in the video Fallout 4, Carter also wrote and performed five songs, one of which received a Best Original Song nomination from the National Association of Video Game Reviewers. Outside of her professional endeavors, Carter has been the recipient of numerous honors and awards, including the Lifetime Achievement Award by the Alliance for Women in Media. Carter is also a longtime advocate for equal and human rights. She is a founding member of the National Race for the Cure, and also supports Father Martin's Ashley, the U.S.O., Red Cross, Ronald McDonald House, God's Love We Deliver, GLAAD, and many others.
She was presented the Raul Julia Award from the National Hispanic Arts Foundation in Washington, DC last year, and in April 2018 Carter will be honored with a Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
To get all of the details about the event packages and limited ticket availability, visit The Baltimore Comic-Con tickets webpage.