Lindsay Wagner first came to prominence in the critically acclaimed role of Susan Fields in Twentieth Century Fox's "The Paper Chase." She received worldwide household recognition, however, when she broke the mold for women on television with her iconic portrayal of Jaime Sommers in ABC's "The Bionic Woman." Wagner won an Emmy® for Best Actress in a Dramatic Role for her work on this sci-fi hit. In 2010, Wagner returned to her sci-fi roots with a recurring role as Dr. Vanessa Calder on Syfy channel's hit series "Warehouse 13."
Wagner has starred in over 40 films. As a result of the volume of her successful television movie productions, she is often referred to as the "Queen of TV Movies." Her television movie work includes starring roles in Hallmark Channel Original Movie "Thicker than Water" alongside Melissa Gilbert, The Family Channel's "Voyage of Terror," Lifetime's "Four Extraordinary Women" and "Their Second Chance," and CBS' "A Mother's Instinct," along with narrating ABC's "Scruples."
In addition to her Best Actress Emmy® for "The Bionic Woman," Wagner was given a Genii award as Performer of the Year in 1985. Most recently, the Palm Springs Walk of Stars dedicated a Golden Palm Star to her.
Off screen, Wagner is passionate about the study and sharing of holistic health, which integrates mind, body, and spirit. From 2003-2006, in collaboration with the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department, Wagner co-facilitated a counseling group for men convicted of family violence and their families. She has co-authored a best-selling vegetarian cookbook, "The High Road to Health," in addition to Lindsay Wagner's "New Beauty: The Acupressure Facelift" and released a meditation CD, "Open to Oneness." Lindsay Wagner has become sought after as a keynote speaker and is enjoying mentoring younger actors and teaching acting and camera technique.