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Bond girl and Charlie’s Angel dies hours after false death announcement: Tanya Roberts Lance Wiki, Biography, Age, Net Worth, Family, Twitter, Instagram, Facebook

Tanya Roberts Lance Wiki, Biography, Age, Net Worth

Actress and model Tanya Roberts Lance died in Los Angeles Monday night, the same day that a previous death announcement was found to be premature.

TMZ reports that the star of “That 70s Show” and the James Bond movie “A View to a Kill” died at Cedar-Sinai hospital Monday night. Roberts was 65. Her partner, Lance O’Brien, reportedly confirmed her death to TMZ, the second time this week that O’Brien said Roberts had died, which was not accurate the first time.

O’Brien reportedly saw Roberts at the hospital on Sunday night, and believed she had died. Her publicist Mike Pingel later released the premature news of her death, apparently based on what O’Brien had said. According to the latest TMZ report, O’Brien admitted that he did not confirm Roberts’ death with doctors on Sunday night. He reportedly told TMZ that he saw Roberts fade away after suddenly opening her eyes, and left the hospital. He said he got a call from medical staff on Monday morning, informing him that Roberts was still alive.

According to CNN, Pingel said on Monday night that Roberts had not passed away. It is unclear if any visitors were at the hospital when Roberts was in fact declared dead.


Tanya Roberts died Monday night at L.A.’s Cedars-Sinai Hospital following a bizarre turn of events that included her domestic partner incorrectly telling her rep she had died the day before.
Her partner, Lance O’Brien, tells TMZ … he got a call from one of Tanya’s doctor’s Monday night, just after 9 PM, telling him Tanya had passed.
As you’ve probably heard by now, Lance told her publicist on Sunday Tanya was dead. He tried explaining his mistake Monday, telling us he had visited her in the hospital Sunday, and she suddenly opened her eyes but then shut them and he saw her fade away.
He says he thought she was dead and left, without speaking to medical staff. He got a phone call Monday from Cedars, informing him Tanya was still alive. Tanya’s rep, who picked Lance up from the hospital, says he told him, “She died in my arms.”


Tanya will be remembered for much more than her bizarre final hours — she will truly be remembered for her long and successful career as a model and actress.

With all her success, the show that made her an icon is “That ’70s Show.” Tanya played Donna Pinciotti’s mom, Midge, whom all the boys in the neighborhood couldn’t stop ogling
In her heyday, Tanya was a go-to model, appearing as Bond girl Stacey Sutton opposite Roger Moore in “A View to a Kill.” She also posed for Playboy and did ads for Clairol, Cool Ray sunglasses, Excedrin and Ultra Brite.On the big screen, Tanya starred in a slew of slashers, raunchy comedies and action/erotica B-films like “Legal Tender,” “Sins of Desire,” “Inner Sanctum,” “Deep Down,” “Almost Pregnant,” “Night Eyes,” “Tourist Trap” and “Favorite Deadly Sins,” among others.

Tanya had 41 acting credits to her name, including starring roles in campy adventure fantasy flicks like “The Beastmaster” and “Sheena.”

She had a year-long stint on the old “Charlie’s Angels” show, helping the Angels solve crimes as one of the three angels themselves — namely, portraying Julie Rogers, after replacing actress Shelley Hack.

Tanya was married to Barry Roberts for several years, but they didn’t have any children before his death in 2006.

Family, Husband, Sister

She’s survived by Lance and her sister, Barbara Chase.


Tanya was 65.

This is a developing story and all information is preliminary.

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