Tanya Roberts, who performed Roger Moore’s love curiosity in A View to a Kill and later starred within the sitcom That ‘70s Show as Midge Pinciotti, has been hospitalised after falling at her home.
Her publicist, Mike Pingel, mistakenly reported the 65-year-old dead on Monday, leading multiple outlets, including the Guardian, to publish stories saying she had died. Pingel later told the Associated Press that Roberts was still alive as of 10am in California but was in a poor condition.
He had stated earlier that Roberts collapsed in her residence and was admitted to Cedars-Sinai Medical Middle in Los Angeles. Pingel stated Robert’s husband, Lance O’Brien, advised him that he held his spouse and he or she “seemed for him to slip away”.
The publicist stated he was awaiting additional updates on Roberts’ situation. Pingel advised the PA information company that the household was ready for additional information from medics, including: “It does not look good.”
The US web site TMZ first reported her loss of life, saying she had collapsed whereas strolling her canine on 24 December and was admitted to hospital.
Born Victoria Leigh Blum in 1955, Roberts grew up in New York earlier than shifting to Hollywood in 1977 seeking fame.
Her probability got here when she changed Shelley Hack within the TV sequence Charlie’s Angels, turning into the third Angel, Julie, alongside Jaclyn Smith and Cheryl Ladd.
One in every of Roberts highest profile roles was enjoying geologist Stacey Sutton in 1985’s A View to a Kill.
Roberts additionally appeared in such fantasy journey movies as The Beastmaster and Hearts and Armour.