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Lindsay Wagner 24 Apr 2009
Lindsay Wagner
The Bionic Woman

Many a girl growing up in the 1970s wanted to be The Bionic Woman. Jamie Somers, aka Lindsay Wagner, survived Bigfoot, a raging army of Fem-bots and swamps of quicksand using her bionic power and specially enhanced hearing. The show made her an international star at just 22 and she went on to become “Queen of the television movies” during the 1980s. The powers Lindsay Wagner now uses are therapeutic and she’s in Britain to lead a series of workshops for her self-help therapy, "Quiet the Mind & Open the Heart", which promotes spirituality and meditation.


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