'Wonder Woman' icon Lynda Carter knows a thing or two about fame and its costs and now has a simple solution for those aspiring entertainers who suddenly find themselves uber-famous: seek counseling.

"I think the one thing the Screen Actors Guild should do is, when fame first hits you, that you are required to go to therapy," she told me on my HDNet show on Saturday. "Because everybody loves you. Until you realize, no, they don't really love you. They love the character and the persona. They love that. But you can't get all over yourself."

Lynda, 59, admitted that when she became famous she got a "big head," thinking she was "all that," but after battling alcoholism a few years ago, the actress is back on track.