Tanya Roberts, Bond Girl and ‘That ’70s Show’ Star, Dies at 65

Actress Tanya Roberts has passed away at the age of 65. Tanya Roberts is popularly known for her performance in ‘That ’70s Show’ as a bond girl. As per the statement of Tanya’s officials, she has not died from COVID-19 complications. And she took her last breath in Cedars Sinai, Los Angeles. Apparently, the 65-year-old actress went for a walk with her dog and collapsed midway when she was coming back. Tanya Roberts was surviving on the ventilator for some time and never recuperated. Mike Pingel is Tanya Roberts’ representative and a friend. She said that she is devasted and that Tanya is the sweetest person and a beautiful soul.

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Tanya Roberts dead at 65
Tanya Roberts died at 65 after she collapsed on Christmas Eve

Tanya Roberts’ acting career

Roberts was not suffering from any other illness before she collapsed on Christmas Eve. She started her journey as a model before entering the world of cinema. Tanya entered into films when she was signed for a horror film- ‘Forced Entry’. Roberts struggled for films while doing TV serials and small roles in the films. Her dream finally completed when she got the most recognized role in a James Bond film. It was ‘A View to a kill’ that got her recognition, name and fame. Roberts appeared opposite to Roger Moore. Undoubtedly, Tanya had a bright career in both- films and modelling. She last appeared in a TV series- ‘Barbershop’ in 2005

She was also popularly known for her performances in “That ’70s Show”. Tanya Roberts played the role of Julie Rogers in “Charlie’s Angels”. The last episode of which aired in the 1980s. On hearing the sad news, her fans and followers are praying for her. They are paying tributes on social media with all kinds of wishes and messages. Britt Ekland, who acted in “The Man with the Golden Gun” also paid tribute to the late actress on Twitter.