American stuntwoman and actress, Jeannie Epper is the daughter of John Epper, and Frances Epper as well as the sister of Gary Epper, Tony Epper and Andy Epper. She is best known as Lynda Carter's body double on the 1970s television series entitled 'Wonder Woman'. She featured in Amanda Micheli's 2004 documentary named 'Double Dare', along with New Zealand stuntwoman and actress Zoe Bell.
Jeannie Epper has two sons named Richard Epper born in 1957 and Kurtis Epper and one daughter named Eurlyne Epper, born on 21st January 1960. Scarface (1983), Romancing the Stone (1984) and Con Air (1997) are her popular works. Her acting roles have included appearances including The Life and Times of Judge Roy Bean (1972), Foxy Brown (1974), Switchblade Sisters (1975), Drum (1976), Beverly Hills Cop III (1994), Kill Bill: Volume 2 (2004), and Quarantine (2008).