Entertainer Tanya Roberts has kicked the bucket. Most popular for her parts as a Bond young lady and on “That ’70s Show,” Roberts kicked the bucket Sunday after a short hospitalization, ET has learned. She was 65.
As indicated by Roberts’ rep, she died at Cedars-Sinai in Los Angeles, and the reason for death wasn’t identified with COVID-19.
The actress apparently took her canines for a stroll on Christmas Eve and imploded after getting back, as indicated by TMZ. She was put on a ventilator in the wake of being hospitalized yet never recuperated. The source reports that the entertainer didn’t have all the earmarks of being sick in the days paving the way to her breakdown.
Roberts – conceived Victoria Leigh Blum – started her vocation as a model prior to breaking into film with the 1975 thriller “Constrained Entry.”
After a progression of TV pilots and various parts in dream films, she showed up in her most notable job, playing Stacey Sutton in the 1985 James Bond film “A View to a Kill,” inverse Roger Moore in his last appearance as the notable British government agent.
She was additionally referred to for her repetitive job as Midge Pinciotti on “That ’70s Show” and for her job as Julie Rogers on the fifth and last period of “Charlie’s Angels” in 1980.