Tanya Roberts, best known for starring in ‘That 70 Show’ and ‘View to a Kill’, has died

Authorities have not released the cause of his death. But his promoter and longtime friend Mike Bingle said it was not due to Govt-19.

“I was devastated and I have been friends with Tanya for over 20 years,” Bingle told CNN. “She’s full of energy. We always had a wild time together. She’s really an angel. I will miss her so much.”

Roberts was taken to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles on Dec. 24 after he collapsed with his California home following a morning walk with his dogs, according to Bingle CNN.

He died Sunday.

Roberts 27th Anniversary & quot;  Night of 100 Stars & quot;  Black tie dinner viewing exhibition at The Villa Aurora on February 26, 2017 in Pacific Polytechnic, California.  (Photo by Paul Archulatta / Film Magic)

Born in Victoria Le Bloom, Roberts began his career as a model before entering the movies. Following a 30-year career in movies and television.

She starred in Worship Favorite “The Beastmaster” and “Sheena: Queen of the Jungle”. He has appeared in one of three major TV shows on three major television shows, including “Fantasy Island,” “The Love Boat” and a season of “Charlie’s Angels”.

Until then his best character came. In 1985, he starred opposite Roger Moore in ‘A View to a Kill’ with geologist Stacy Sutton.

Roberts & # 39;  A View to a Kill & # 39 ;, 1984.

On the “That 70 Show”, she gained a new fan following the name Midge, Donna Pinciotti’s dim mother. But she abruptly dropped out of sitcom for its fourth season and now the late husband has been diagnosed with a disease. (He returned in later seasons in a series of roles.)

& Quot;  It & # 39;  Scenes from the 70s & quot;  With Kurtwood Smith, Debra Joe Roop, Tanya Roberts and Dan Stark

His last screen appearance was in the 2005 television series “Barbershop”.

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