The 65-year-old actress was also part of the cast of the series ‘Charlie’s Angels’ In the 1980s
American actress Tanya Roberts, who starred with Roger Moore in the James Bond film “A View to a Kill” (“A View to a Kill”, 1985), in which she played Stacey Sutton. died today at age 65 in Los Angeles (USA).
Update: Since last Sunday, the death of the 65-year-old actress was reported, however, by then she was still alive
The unfortunate death of the artist comes after confusion arose in the media, who gave the news of her death last Sunday. This happened because the representative of the actress, Mike Pingel, assured that the interpreter would have died in the city of Los Angeles, California. However, the next day, he retracted his announcement.
On Monday morning, surprisingly, the actress’s representative came out to say that she was still alive, although her health was serious.
“So yeah, this morning at 10 o’clock, the hospital called to say that she is still alive although it does not look good. Hopefully we will have information soon. It is disconcerting,” Mike Pingel told The Hollywood Reports on Monday.
Roberts, whose original name was Victoria Leigh Blum , was born in New York in 1955. The artist tried her hand as a model and also in advertising before finding a place as an actress.
The small screen was her first home, since Roberts, after several small roles in television series and films, was selected as one of the three protagonists of the fifth and final season of ” Charlie’s Angels” (1976-1981).
Roberts could not prevent the end of that famous series, but her career continued to ascend until he achieved what, finally, would be the great role of her career: the role of Bond girl in “A View to Kill.”
Directed by John Glen, this film was Roger Moore’s last as Bond before handing over the baton for Agent 007 to actor Timothy Dalton.
“View to Kill” also featured Christopher Walken and Grace Jones in its cast.
Roberts’ career also includes other films such as “The Beastmaster” (1982) or “Sheena” (1984).
Her last prominent role was on television thanks to the series “That ’70s Show” (1998-2004).