Los Angeles: Bond girl and actress Tanya Roberts died a day after accidentally announcing her death. He died of an infection in the urethral track (urinary tract). She was 65 years old.
Roberts, who became famous for the role of Stacey Sutton in the 1985 James Bond film A View to a Kill, also starred in Miz Pincotti’s That 70 Show. According to Variety.com’s report, Tanya died on Monday.
His death was announced earlier on Sunday, which was later withdrawn. Mike Pingle, who watched Roberts’ publicity work on Tuesday, confirmed that the actress had died on Monday. He had a uranium track infection, which also spread to his kidneys, gall bladder, liver and blood.
Earlier, Pingal had accidentally told several media groups that Roberts had died and was confirmed by his partner Lance O’Brien, who visited the hospital, but was later told that he was still alive and in critical condition.
She fell while walking her dogs in the evening before Christmas. He was then hospitalized.
She also starred in Forced Entry, Racquet, The Beastmaster and Sheena: Queen of the Jungle. Also on the small screen, he played the role of Angel in the popular series Charlies Angels. His last notable TV show came in 2005, titled BabbarShop: The Series.