- The actress is in “critical” situation at a Los Angeles hospital
- The actress’ publicist was earlier quoted by US media saying she had died
- Tanya is best-known for her position in 1985 James Bond movie A View To A Kill
Former Bond actress and <i>That ’70s Show</i> star Tanya Roberts has been battling for her life in a Los Angeles hospital Monday, her publicist mentioned. Her publicist Mike Pingel was earlier quoted by US media saying Roberts had died. But he advised AFP the experiences had been the results of a “miscommunication” with Roberts’ associate Lance O’Brien. The actress remained in “critical” situation at Cedars-Sinai hospital in Los Angeles, the publicist mentioned. A Cedars-Sinai spokeswoman mentioned the hospital doesn’t verify or deny the identification of sufferers as a matter of coverage because of privateness legal guidelines.
Tanya Roberts is finest recognized for her position as geologist Stacey Sutton within the 1985 James Bond movie A View To A Kill, which starred Roger Moore in his final look as 007. Beside her Bond outing, Roberts starred within the 1982 sword-and-sorcery fantasy The Beastmaster and because the title character in Sheena: Queen Of The Jungle, a feminine model of Tarzan which was nominated for 5 Golden Raspberry Awards and has gone on to turn out to be a cult traditional.
Other notable film appearances included Body Slam and Night Eyes.
Born within the Bronx, New York, in 1955, Roberts did some modeling and business work earlier than getting her large appearing break on the ultimate season of Charlie’s Angels, the place she performed personal investigator Julie Rogers serving to the crew of feminine crime fighters. “It was my first steady job, and it launched my career,” Roberts mentioned on her web site.
Nowadays Roberts might be finest recognized for her position within the sitcom That ’70s Show, the place she performed Midge Pinciotti, the dim-witted mom of Donna, performed by Laura Prepon. “That ’70s Show was her favorite show, she really loved doing comedy,” Pingel advised USA Today.
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