Lindsay Wagner, a.k.a Jaime Sommers from “Bionic Woman,” is not a blonde bombshell anymore, yet looks great at 73, embracing her gray hair.

Lindsay Wagner, renowned for her portrayal of “The Bionic Woman,” no longer sports her iconic blonde bombshell look at 73, yet she radiates beauty while embracing her gray hair.

Transitioning careers after becoming a mother, her two sons now grown and pursuing their paths, she currently navigates life as a single woman after four marriages.

Wagner stands as a TV icon, showcasing her acting finesse in the sci-fi series “The Bionic Woman.” In this show, spanning from 1976 to 1978, she embodied the character Jaime Sommers, a professional tennis player.

Born on June 22, 1949, Wagner initially portrayed Jaime in “The Six Million Dollar Man,” meeting a tragic end due to a skydiving mishap. However, the character resonated deeply with fans, prompting an outcry against her demise and the subsequent creation of the spinoff series “The Bionic Woman.”

In 1977, the 73-year-old clinched an Emmy for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series for her stellar performance in “The Bionic Woman.”

She has also graced films like “Paper Chase” and made appearances in shows such as “Grey’s Anatomy” and “Warehouse 13,” a SyFy series.

Wagner’s filmography often communicates relatable themes in personal journeys. For example, the 2006 movie “Four Extraordinary Women” shed light on the tragic impact of breast cancer on families.

With over 90 credits to her name, Wagner transitioned from modeling to become a Hallmark veteran, starring in films like “Mingle All The Way” and “Eat, Pray, Love,” alongside her “Six Million Dollar” co-star Lee Majors.

Beyond her acting career, Wagner is also recognized as an author, model, singer, and acting coach. She revealed that she turned to acting classes to cope with the domestic abuse she endured during her upbringing:

“Acting class was a place where I could express my emotions in a safe environment. It helped me realize that I had nothing to be ashamed of. Domestic violence can be very isolating. I was only 12, and it really helped.”

At 73, Wagner remains stunning, her once blonde hair now gracefully gray. Sharing glimpses of her beautiful self on social media, fans showered her with compliments like “Lindsay, you look splendid” and expressed admiration, calling her “timeless” and “forever beautiful.”

Despite her divorces, Wagner is surrounded by friends, enjoys traveling, embraces her work, and has returned to acting. Her marriages, including one to Hollywood stuntman Henry Kingi, ended in separation.

Passionate about spirituality, Wagner shifted her focus from acting to motivational speaking and holistic healing, citing her children’s welfare as a driving force:

“I was working so much that I had to take a break after all those years, and helping my children and friends was a passion of mine.

I started doing small retreats and teaching people techniques that were so helpful for me. It just went viral. I wasn’t expecting that. I ended up on the road for about 15 months.”

Her journey into acting was partly influenced by a medical ordeal, as she developed a severe stomach ulcer at 19.

Encouraged by others to explore meditation, prayer, and diet’s effects on the body, she aimed to communicate humanity’s untapped potential through her acting.

Blending her spiritual fervor with her craft, Wagner played a role in “Samson,” a biblical epic film aiming to connect people with spiritual guidance and reveal their untapped power.

The speaker added that her journey into holistic healing began during her teenage years, describing it as her true calling:

“It was an incredibly profound experience for me that ignited a lifelong pursuit of knowledge. I’ve been immersed in this field my entire life; it’s where my true passion lies.”

Lindsay’s dedication to holistic healing of the mind, body, and spirit spans over four decades, leading her to travel for work and education alongside doctors, scientists, healers, and spiritual leaders worldwide.

Today, Lindsay channels her passion into helping people heal through workshops like “Quiet the Mind & Open the Heart.” Through these sessions, she empowers individuals to conquer their challenges and discover inner peace and joy.

The singer emphasized that individuals have the power to shift their perspective on life’s challenges:

“I assist people in navigating a variety of everyday problems—issues that may seem daunting but are often more manageable than we perceive. It’s all about shifting our perspective.”

Furthermore, Lindsay shared that her retreats offer participants a pathway back to their center, influencing their body chemistry positively.

She highlighted practices such as breathwork, meditation, and gratitude as fundamental to her own well-being and integral parts of her health regimen.

Lindsay advocated for conscious breathing as a simple yet effective method to restore balance within the body. She explained that during times of distress, shallow and ineffective breathing often exacerbates the situation:

“I recommend taking a few moments five times a day to pause, close your eyes, and take deep breaths. It’s a powerful tool for maintaining and regaining equilibrium.”

In addition to her work in holistic healing, Lindsay is a passionate advocate for victims of domestic violence. Reflecting on her upbringing in a household marked by domestic abuse, she shared:

“I internalized my pain and coped by adopting a humorous facade. The more I suffered, the more I leaned into humor.”

For 25 years, Lindsay served as the Honorary Chair of the Inter-Agency Council on Child Abuse and Neglect.

Additionally, she co-facilitated counseling sessions for convicted abusers and their families from 2003 to 2006 in collaboration with the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department.

After nearly four decades away from acting, Lindsay felt drawn back to the Hollywood scene in 2018, driven by her passion for her craft. Reflecting on her iconic role in “The Bionic Woman,” she remarked:

“It marked the beginning of a shift in how women were portrayed in the media. Even today, individuals over 34 share with me how I influenced their childhood.”

Lindsay reentered the entertainment industry with roles in “Samson” and “Grey’s Anatomy,” feeling guided by an inner calling. She quipped, “As they say, the heart wants what it wants.”

Lindsay’s unwavering love extends to her two sons, Dorian Kingi, 41, and Alex Kingi, 37, from her third marriage to Henry Kingi.

Dorian, an accomplished director and stuntman, expressed his passion for his craft and shared experiences of playing diverse characters over the years.

Similarly, Alex, also a stuntman and costume designer, has made a name for himself in the industry.

Mother and son share a strong bond, often collaborating on projects together. Lindsay’s social media posts reflect her pride in her sons’ achievements, while Dorian reciprocates the love and admiration for his mother.

Despite experiencing four divorces, Lindsay finds fulfillment in her friendships, travels, work, and return to acting. Her journey is marked by resilience, passion, and an unwavering commitment to making a positive impact in the world.

As Lindsay continues to inspire others through her holistic healing endeavors, she remains an emblem of strength and grace, embodying ageless beauty and unwavering determination.