Tanya Roberts, who captivated James Bond in A View to a Kill and later performed Midge Pinciotti within the sitcom That ’70s Show, has been hospitalized after falling at her dwelling. The actor had mistakenly been reported lifeless by her publicist earlier Monday.
Roberts’ publicist Mike Pingel later advised The Associated Press Monday afternoon that Roberts, 65, was nonetheless alive as of 10 a.m. PST however was in a poor situation. He had mentioned earlier Monday that Roberts collapsed in her dwelling on Dec. 24 and was admitted to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, the place she was believed to have died on Sunday.
Pingel mentioned Robert’s companion, Lance O’Brien, advised him that he held his spouse and she “seemed for him to slip away.”
O’Brien, who’d been unable to see Roberts within the hospital due to COVID-19 restrictions, was allowed to go to Sunday for a final goodbye, Pingel mentioned. The actor doesn’t have the virus, he mentioned.
The publicist mentioned he’s awaiting additional updates on Roberts’ situation.
Multiple media shops, together with the AP, reported Roberts’ dying. The AP eliminated its obituary and despatched an advisory noting that the actor was nonetheless alive.
One of Roberts highest profile roles was taking part in geologist Stacey Sutton reverse Roger Moore in 1985′s A View to a Kill.
Roberts additionally appeared in such fantasy journey movies as The Beastmaster and Hearts and Armour. She changed Shelley Hack in Charlie’s Angels, becoming a member of Jaclyn Smith and Cheryl Ladd as third Angel Julie. She additionally performed comedian e-book heroine Sheena — a feminine model of the Tarzan story — in a 1984 movie.
A brand new technology of followers noticed her on That ’70s Show, taking part in Midge, mom to Laura Prepon’s character Donna.
(An earlier model of this story erroneously reported that Tanya Roberts died on Sunday.)