From 1975 (in ABC’s World War II setting) to 1979 (for the CBS then-contemporary version), Lynda Carter and Lyle Waggoner utilized grace and humor in portraying lead characters Diana Prince and Steve Trevor in the same, but different — if twin — television adaptations of Woman Woman.
He lived up to his name creating “Waggons” for the stars. Lyle Waggoner’s TV debut came in a 1966 episode of Gunsmoke called "Wishbone." A year later, he got the job of announcer and sketch actor on The Carol Burnett Show. His good looks soon won him millions of fans around the country.
When Steve Trevor crash-landed in a mysterious land, a new hero ascended. Lyle Waggoner helped bring a DC Comics icon to the small screen, even if his character never realized it. But as part of the Wonder Woman cast, Waggoner helped cultivate an enduring icon celebrated to this day. So, what did he get up to after the heroic show?