Actress Tanya Roberts, who starred in James Bond’s Dangerously Yours, has died at the age of 65 from an infection. Her death was falsely announced on Monday when she was admitted to hospital in critical condition.
Actress’s agent Mike Pingle said Tanya Roberts’ friend had inadvertently reported her death on Sunday evening following a misunderstanding at Cedars-Sinai Hospital in Los Angeles, where Tanya Roberts was admitted. Many media outlets, including AFP, circulated the information before it was corrected.
The actress died Monday night of a urinary tract infection that spread to the kidneys and other organs and turned into sepsis. Several American media outlets have confirmed the death of the actress.
Tanya Roberts became famous in 1985 for her role as geologist Stacy Sutton in the last James Bond film “Dangerously Yours”, directed by Roger Moore. “Sheena, Queen Queen” Jungle “.
Tanya Roberts runs a zebra in “Queen of the Jungle”. [OLUMBIA PICTURES – PHOTO12 VIA AFP]
Victoria Lee Blum, born in 1955, is of Austrian-Irish descent and was born in Toronto with her parents before settling in the Bronx. She began her career in modeling and advertising, especially before landing on Ultra Bright Toothpaste, against the other 2,000 candidates for her role as Detective Julie Rogers in the final season of the television series “Funny of Ladies”. “It was my first real job and it turned my career around,” she said.
Most recently, Tanya Roberts is best known for her role in the “That’s 70 Show” series, where she co-starred with Donna’s mother, Midge Pinciotti, Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher. “Thats 70 Show” aired on Netflix for several years, increasing the popularity of the series created in the 1990s.
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