BIOGRAPHIES
LYNDA CARTER
Lyle Waggoner
Real Name: Lyle Wesley Waggoner.
Date of Birth: April 13, 1935.
Place of Birth: Kansas City, KS.
Age: 65.
Zodiacal Sign: Aries.
Hair: Dark Brown, actually gray these days.
Eyes: Hazel.
Height: 6'4".
Weight: 160 lbs.
Actual Residence: Westlake Village, California.
Family: He is married to Sharon Kennedy since 1960, and they have two kids Jason 30 and Beau 28.
Studies: Washington University, St. Louis, Missouri.  
Hobbies: Carpentry.
Smoking: Yes.
He was a door-to-door salesman selling club memberships, encyclopedias, data processing, equipment, chemicals, and rock salt for ice and snow removal before becoming an actor with a road co-production of "Li'l Abner". He formed his own sales promo company in St. Luois during 1965 to finance his trip to California so he could start an acting career. Once in there, he started doing commercials until he made a test for Universal. The he signed with M.G.M. a six months but he never got to work. Later he signed for Twentieth Century Fox for new-talent school. Undoubtedly his biggest hits were "The Carol Burnett Show" and "Wonder Woman". Since 1980 he owns "Star Waggons", a company located in Sylmar, CA, which rents trailers for the Hollywood stars. The company has 200 trailers and 50 employees and it's reported to be worth 10-million dollars. Eventually he hosts the Player Package auctions and tournaments.
GRIDLOCK. NBC 1980, a.k.a. "The Great American Traffic Jam".
THE GOSSIP COLUMN. Syndicated 1979.
THE LOVE BOAT II. ABC 1977.
THE NEW ORIGINAL WONDER WOMAN. ABC 1975.
LETTERS FROM THREE LOVERS. ABC 1973, pilot for a proposed series.
SWAMP COUNTRY. 1966.
WOMEN OF THE PREHISTORIC PLANET. 1966, a.k.a. "Prehistoric Planet Women".
JOURNEY TO THE CENTER OF TIME. 1967.
CATANIA CAPER. 1967.
LOVE ME DEADLY. 1972.
ZERO TO SIXTY. 1978.
SURF II. 1984.
MURDER WEAPON. 1990.
WIZARDS OF THE DEMON SWORD. 1991.
DEAD WOMEN IN LINGERIE. 1991.
THE JIMMIE RODGERS SHOW. a.k.a. "Carol Burnett Presents the Jimmie Rodgers Show", CBS 3/31/59 thru 9/1/69.
THE CAROL BURNETT SHOW. CBS 9/11/67 thru 8/9/78, he played skit characters from 1967 to 1974.
IT'S YOUR BET. Syndicated 1970-72
THE BARBARA EDEN SHOW. ABC 1973, pilot for a proposed series. 
WONDER WOMAN / THE NEW ADVENTURES OF WONDER WOMAN. 1976-79.
THE UGLY FAMILY. ABC 1980, pilot for a proposed series.
TWO THE HARD WAY. CBS 1981, pilot for a proposed series.
ROCK CANDY. Syndicated 1987.
THE CAROL BURNETT SHOW: A REUNION. 1/10/93.
CAROL BURNETT: THE SPECIAL YEARS. 5/20/94.
DADDY DEAREST. 1994.
GUNSMOKE. Episode "Wishbone" playing Aiken, season 11, episode 22, 2/19/66.
LOST IN SPACE. Episode "Deadliest of the Species" playing Mechanical Man, season three, episode 11, 11/22/67.
IT TAKES TWO. NBC 1969.
MARCUS WELBY, M.D. Episode "The Day After Forever", season four, episode 23, 2/27/73.
DON ADAMS SCREEN TEST. Syndicated, 1975.
MAUDE. Episode "The Case of the Broken Bowl", 1976.
THE MERV GRIFFIN SHOW. Syndicated 1976.
THE LOVE BOAT. Episode "Second Time Around / Now Marriage / My Sister Irene" playing Lance, 1977.
THE LOVE BOAT. Episode "My Boyfriend's Back", 1979.
SUPER TRAIN. Episode "A Very Formal Heist", season one, episode 8, 4/14/79.
CHARLIE'S ANGELS. Episode "Island Angels" playing Jack Barrows, season 5, episode 5, 12/14/80.
MORK AND MINDY. Episode "Mork and the Family Reunion", season 3, 4/9/81.
THE LOVE BOAT. Episode "A Dress To Remember", 1981.
HAPPY DAYS. Episode "Good News, Bad Mews", season eleven, episode 17 or 250 accoridng to the series' run, 7/19/84.
MURDER SHE WROTE. Episode Hooray For Homicide" playing Strindberg, season 1, episode 3, 10/28/84.
HARDCASTLE & McCORMICK. Episode "If You Could See What I See" playing Dex Falcon, season 3, 1/6/86.
SIMON & SIMON. Episode "The Last Big Break" playing Don Manning, season 6, episode 6, 10/30/86.
MICKEY SPILLANE'S MIKE HAMMER. Episode "Requiem For Billy", 1986
THE GOLDEN GIRLS. Episode Mrs. George Devereaux" playing himself, season 6, episode 9, 11/17/90.
MURDER SHE WROTE. Episode Where Have You Gone, Billy Boy" playing Vic DeMarco, season 7, episode 18, 3/17/91.
MURDER SHE WROTE. Episode "The Big Kill" playing Ben Wright, season 9, episode 17, 3/7/93.
CYBILL. Episode "The Cheese Stands Alone" playing himself, season one, episode 13, 5/15/95.
BURKE'S LAW. Episode "Who Killed Mr. Game Show", playing Reece Robertson, season 2, episode 5, 5/5/95.
ELLEN. Episode "Not-So-Great Expectations" playing Vic, season 4, episode 8, 11/13/96.
ALRIGHT ALREADY. Episode "Again With The Satellite Dish" playing himself, season 1, episode 14, 1/18/98.
THE NAKED TRUTH. Episode "Hooked On Heroine" playing himself, season 2, episode 44, 1/26/98.
THE LOVE BOAT: THE NEXT WAVE. Episode "Three Stages Of Love" playing Tom Brooks, season 2, episode 19, 2/19/99.
THAT 70s SHOW. Episode "Red's Last Day" playing himself; Season 2, episode 2, 10/5/99.
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