Wonder Woman star Gal Gadot may soon be playing actress and inventor Hedy Lamarr in a limited series for Showtime from The Affair co-creator Sarah Treem.

Lamarr was much more than just an actress who starred in films from 1938's Algiers (which was a huge influence on Casablanca 4 years later), 1941's Ziegfeld Girl, or 1949's Samson and Delilah among many others. Lamarr and her friend George Antheil invented a unbreakable wireless communications code during WWII that helped the Allies win, and also forms part of the basis of modern cellular, Bluetooth, and Wi-Fi technology. Lamarr and Antheil were inducted into the National Inventors Hall of Fame in 2014.

The series would chronicle Lamarr's life and would be Gadot's first major role in American TV.

"If Hedy Lamarr and Gal Gadot and Sarah Treem come together on Showtime, we would be very happy about it," Showtime's programming president Gary Levine said at the TV Critics Association's summer press tour on Monday.

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