Just a day after her representative Mike Pingel announced actress Tanya Roberts’ death, it was revealed that she is still alive and in hospital.
Roberts is best known for her role as a Bond girl in “A View to a Kill” as well as the comedy series “That 70s Show”
LA’s Cedars Sinai hospital called Robert’s partner Lance O’Brien during an interview with Inside Edition saying she is still alive and did not pass away the night prior.
O’Brien had given a call to Pingel after hospital workers told him he should get ready to say his last goodbyes.
Afterward, Pingel announced her death by talking to a number of media publications.
The representative confirmed that Roberts died on Sunday after she lost consciousness at her house on December 24 just after she had walked her dogs.
She was then brought to the hospital and put on a ventilator due to a health problem unrelated to Covid-19, her team has said.
Roberts, whose maiden name is Victoria Leigh Blum, played Bond girl Stacey Sutton alongside Robert Moore’s James Bond in the 1985 movie “A View to a Kill.”
She also starred in numerous other movies and TV shows in the 70s and 80s, which include “Charlie’s Angels” 1980-(1981). “The Beastmaster” (1982), “Sheena” (1984), “Racquet” (1979), “Body Slam” (1986), and “Purgatory” (1988) among others.
Roberts is maybe most recognized for her role as Midge Pinciotti on “That ’70s” Show”, which aired on Fox for eight seasons from 1998 to 2006.
She was married to Barry Roberts from 1974 until his death in 2006. They did not have children together.
See Lance O’Brien receiving the good news during his interview with Inside Edition in the video below.
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