Tanya Roberts lives on– in the actual sense of the word.
According to NBC News, Roberts’ press agent Mike Pingel verified that she is still alive regardless of formerly informing several outlets of her death.
On Sunday, Jan. 3, the A View to a Kill actress was reported to have actually died after collapsing at her Los Angeles house. In a statement to CNN, Pingel validated her passing, stating he was “devastated” by the loss. He included, “She was full of energy and we constantly had a wild time together. She was really an Angel and I will miss her so much.”
According to Pingel, the 65- year-old was admitted to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center on Thursday, Dec.24 Minutes prior to the reported occurrence, she had actually been strolling her dogs.
No cause of death was shared, however Pingel stated she did not die of COVID-19 This details was communicated to him by Roberts’ partner, who was by her side during what he believed to be her last moments.
As for how the mix-up happened, Pingel informed NBC News he was notified by Roberts’ partner that health center staff encouraged he should state his final farewells. After having actually done so, Pingel stated he got a “distraught” phone call from Roberts’ hubby. Pingel then openly released news of her passing. Roberts’ existing condition is unidentified at this time.
The starlet increased to popularity thanks to her time as a Bond lady in the Roger Moore movie A View to Eliminate, as well as other functions in Charlie’s Angels and Love Boat
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A newer generation got to know and love Roberts when she played Laura Prepon’s mom, Midge Pinciotti, in That ’70 s Show She was a main character up until she left the series in its fourth season, although she later on returned as a visitor star.
Upon hearing the news of Roberts’ death, That ’70 s Show star Topher Grace took to Twitter to express his condolences. “I was so unfortunate to hear that Tanya Roberts has actually passed away. She was a Bond woman, among Charlie’s Angels, and really a wonderful person to deal with. I had never ever acted prior to and, to be truthful, a little nervous around her. She couldn’t have been kinder,” he wrote. “We’ll miss you Midge.”
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