Tanya Roberts, Bond girl and ‘’70s Show’ star, hospitalized


Tanya Roberts of the Tv set system “Charlie’s Angels” is pictured in 1980.

LOS ANGELES — Tanya Roberts, who captivated James Bond in “A Check out to a Kill” and later performed Midge Pinciotti in the sitcom “That ’70s Exhibit,” has been hospitalized right after slipping at her house. The actor had mistakenly been described dead by her publicist earlier Monday.

Roberts’ publicist Mike Pingel later explained to The Related Press Monday afternoon that Roberts, sixty five, was still alive as of ten a.m. PST but was in a bad problem. He had said earlier Monday that Roberts collapsed in her house on Dec. 24 and was admitted to Cedars-Sinai Health care Center, the place she was considered to have died on Sunday.

Pingel said Robert’s associate, Lance O’Brien, explained to him that he held his spouse and she “seemed for him to slip away.”

O’Brien, who’d been not able to see Roberts in the healthcare facility due to the fact of COVID-19 limits, was allowed to take a look at Sunday for a last goodbye, Pingel said. The actor does not have the virus, he said.

The publicist said he is awaiting additional updates on Roberts’ problem.

Multiple media shops, which include the AP, described Roberts’ loss of life. The AP taken off its obituary and despatched an advisory noting that the actor was still alive.

1 of Roberts best profile roles was enjoying geologist Stacey Sutton opposite Roger Moore in 1985′s “A Check out to a Eliminate.”

Roberts also appeared in these fantasy adventure movies as “The Beastmaster” and “Hearts and Armour.” She replaced Shelley Hack in “Charlie’s Angels,” joining Jaclyn Smith and Cheryl Ladd as third Angel Julie. She also performed comic reserve heroine Sheena — a woman version of the Tarzan tale — in a 1984 movie.

A new generation of admirers noticed her on “That ’70s Exhibit,” enjoying Midge, mother to Laura Prepon’s character Donna.