Lynda Carter Wiki – Lynda Carter Biography
Lynda Carter is the wife of Robert Altman. He was the CEO of ZeniMax. Bethesda Softworks was founded by MIT Professor Christopher Weaver when he wanted to break into the market of PC gaming, according to the company’s history. After starting with a few sports titles, the team wanted to create something in the fantasy genre. After dabbling with the idea of a gladiator combat game, they expanded the project with a story with side quests. They released The Elder Scrolls: Arena in 1994, the first in what would become one of the most popular western RPG franchises in the world.
Altman founded ZeniMax Media in 1999 with Weaver to become Bethesda’s holding company. Among their early investors were Robert Trump, Donald J. Trump’s brother and a long-time friend of the Altmans according to Bloomberg.
Lynda Carter Age
Lynda Carter’s age is unknown.
He is survived by his wife Lynda Carter, and two children.
Charges of Defrauding Regulators
Altman’s father founded the firm Krooth & Altman in Washington D.C., while Robert Altman practiced on his own with Clark Clifford, a former defense secretary under Lyndon Johnson, by his side, according to Bloomberg. According to Fortune, Altman represented companies in regulatory disputes and in Congressional hearings.
In 1992, the pair were charged with fraud, conspiracy, and receiving bribes for trying to hide Bank of Credit & Commerce International’s ownership in First American Bankshares Inc., according to the Los Angeles Times. Clifford was chairman of the board of First American Bankshares while Altman was the president, but both resided the year prior under pressure from the Federal Reserve Board. BCCI shut down the year before after being accused of laundering drug money, the financing of terrorists, and arms smuggling.
Altman was acquitted in a jury trial the following year while Clifford, who was 85 years old at the time, didn’t stand trial due to his advanced age according to Bloomberg. In 1998, the pair settled charges with the Federal Reserve and forfeited $5 million.
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Robert Altman Death
Robert A. Altman, the founder, chairman, and CEO of ZeniMax Media Inc., has died at age 73.
Game Publisher Bethesda, a child company of ZeniMax Media, shared the news of Altman’s passing on social media, saying that he “was a true visionary, friend, and believer in the spirit of people and the power of what they could accomplish together. He was an extraordinary leader, and an even better human being.”
We are deeply saddened to tell you of the passing of Robert A. Altman, our Founder and CEO. He was a true visionary, friend, and believer in the spirit of people and the power of what they could accomplish together. He was an extraordinary leader, and an even better human being. pic.twitter.com/FZFsVtHc5t
— Bethesda (@bethesda) February 4, 2021
Cause of Death
The cause of death has not been disclosed at this time.