Hollywood mourns the loss of Tanya Roberts who died on Christmas Eve while walking her dogs due to unknown reasons. Soon after news of her passing spread, condolences from the film fraternity and close peers started to pour in.
Famous for playing the character of Stacey Sutton in several James Bond films and carrying out her role in “That 70’s Show”, Roberts was loved by the masses and the audience had a gala time watching her perform on screen.
She had a very successful career and starred in blockbuster movies like “The Beastmaster”, “Sheena” and “A View to Kill” and rose to popularity after accepting the part of Julie Rogers in the hit TV series “Charlie’s Angels”. People admired her for doing justice to the character and applauded her for her efforts.
Roberts began her journey as an actress by modeling and appeared in commercials for Clairol, Cool Ray, and Excedrin. From there she tried Broadway and bagged her first movie in 1975 called Forced Entry.
Over the years she began to make a place for herself in the entertainment industry and worked hard to achieve excellence and perfection.
Remembering Tanya, Mike Pingel said that he is devastated, sad, and broken by the loss of his near and dear friend. He added that she was not only beautiful but smart and extremely talented. She was a sweet soul who shall remain in hi her forever. He said, “To say she was an angel would be at the top of the list.”
Upon hearing of Tanya’s demise, Director Don Coscarelli shared that she was an incredibly down to earth person. I will always remember Tanya for being so kind and caring and for her genuine love of animals.”
Tanya was being treated at the Cedars Sinai Hospital where she took her last breath.