- Tanya Roberts died of an an infection on late Monday
- She died at a Los Angeles hospital
- Tanya additionally did some modelling and industrial work other than performing
Former Bond actress and That ’70s Show star Tanya Roberts has died from a urinary tract an infection at a Los Angeles hospital, her publicist stated Tuesday, a day after untimely experiences of her passing have been retracted. Tanya Roberts, 65, was greatest identified for her position as geologist Stacey Sutton within the James Bond movie A View to a Kill, after her early performing break on tv’s Charlie’s Angels. Roberts’ long-term accomplice Lance O’Brien had mistakenly announced her death to media late Sunday following a “miscommunication” with Cedars-Sinai hospital, publicist Mike Pingel stated. Multiple media retailers printed obituaries that needed to be withdrawn. She succumbed late Monday after the an infection unfold to her kidney, gallbladder, liver after which blood stream, Mike Pingel instructed AFP.
Several US media retailers together with The New York Times on Tuesday additionally confirmed Roberts’ passing, citing O’Brien.
Born Victoria Leigh Blum within the Bronx, New York, in 1955, Roberts did some modeling and industrial work earlier than getting her huge performing break in her mid-20s on the ultimate season of “Charlie’s Angels.”
She performed personal investigator Julie Rogers, serving to the staff of feminine crime fighters.
“It was my first steady job, and it launched my career,” Roberts stated on her web site.
After the present ended, Roberts starred in sword-and-sorcery fantasy The Beastmaster. She additionally performed the title character in 1984’s Sheena: Queen of the Jungle, a feminine model of Tarzan which was nominated for 5 Golden Raspberry Awards and has gone on to develop into a cult traditional.
A yr later she appeared as 007’s love curiosity in A View To A Kill, which marked Roger Moore’s final look because the British spy.
Nowadays Roberts might be greatest identified for her position within the sitcom That ’70s Show, wherein she starred as Midge Pinciotti, the dim-witted mom of Donna, performed by Laura Prepon.
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