Actor Tanya Roberts, greatest identified for taking part in a (*65*) woman in A View to a Kill and Midge Pinciotti on That ’70s Show, has died. She was 65 years of age. A consultant for Roberts advised TMZ, the actor took her canine for a stroll on Christmas Eve and collapsed upon returning dwelling. She was placed on a ventilator after being hospitalized, however by no means recovered.
Roberts was not unwell within the days main as much as her demise, the publication additional said. Born as Victoria Leigh Blum, Roberts had a profession modeling and showing in tv commercials earlier than turning to performing in 1975 with the horror film Forced Entry.
In 1980, she was chosen to interchange actor Shelley Hack within the fifth season of the detective present Charlie’s Angels. Roberts performed Julie Rogers, a streetwise fighter who used her fists greater than her gun on the ABC collection.
After a variety of bit-part roles in movies just like the comedy Racquet (1977) and the fantasy epic The Beastmaster (1982), she landed her most memorable function within the 1985 James (*65*) movie “A View to a Kill.
The movie, which was Roger Moore’s final outing as Agent 007 James (*65*), noticed Roberts play Stacey Sutton, an American geologist who turns into a goal of villain Max Zorin (Christopher Walken). From 1998 to 2004, Roberts performed Midge Pinciotti, the lovable however dim-witted mom of the red-haired tomboy Donna Pinciotti (Laura Prepon) on the tv sitcom That ’70s Show