After a 20-year absence for the live stage, Carter recently returned to the stage for sold out, record breaking runs at San Francisco?s Plush Room and Los Angeles? Catalina?s Jazz club. The success of which has led to the recent recording her new CD release in the fall of 2007. Performing an array of jazz classics and standards with a six-piece ensemble, includes ?Put the Blame on Mame,? ?Blues In the Night? and ?As Time Goes By,? under the musical direction of Johnny Harris, who has worked with such legendary stars as Shirley Bassey, Paul Anka and Tom Jones. The musical director accompanying Carter will be Sam Kreiger. In 1973, Carter was crowned Miss World-USA and shortly thereafter outdistanced hundreds of other actresses for the leading role in "Wonder Woman." Carter went on to produce and hosted a series of five Emmy-winning television network variety specials featuring her singing and dancing, appearing with guests stars like Ray Charles, Kenny Rogers, George Benson, Merle Haggard and Tom Jones. She has of late starred or guest starred in dozens of films, telefilms and television series, including, most recently, ?Smallville? and the films Dukes of Hazzard and Sky High. Her recent stage credits include appearing as ?Mama Morton? in the West End production of Chicago. She also performed at the Chicago?s 10th Anniversary on Broadway celebration at the Ambassador Theatre in NY, alongside other original revival stars Ann Reinking, Bebe Neuwirth, Joel Grey, Chita Rivera, Brooke Shields and Melanie Griffith. An accomplished singer, Carter showed a vocation for music since her early childhood. She co-wrote several songs on her album ?Portrait? and made frequent appearances as a singer during her career, including performances at London?s Palladium, the MGM Grand and Caesar?s Palace in Las Vegas, and highly rated television shows, including ?Lynda Carter?s Variety Special? and ?Lynda Carter: Encore.?