(WTVO) — Tonya Roberts, who starred in “That 70’s Show” and the James Bond film “A View to a Kill,” has died at 65, according to TMZ.
A representative for Roberts told TMZ that the actress was walking her dogs on Christmas Eve then returned home and collapsed. She was taken to the hospital and was placed on a ventilator, but never recovered.
The official cause of death is currently unknown.
Roberts was best known as Midge, the mother of Donna Pinciotti, on “That 70’s Show” from 1998-2004.
She also starred in “A View to a Kill” alongside Roger Moore as James Bond in 1985. Prior to that, she had a year-long run on “Charlie’s Angels” from 1980-81, and starred in the cult classic “The Beastmaster.”
In addition, Roberts played the lead role in “Sheena,” and the cult horror film “Tourist Trap,” as well as a series of erotic thrillers in the ’90’s. As a model, Roberts appeared in Playboy and TV commercials for Excedrin, Ultra Brite, Clariol and Cool Ray sunglasses, TMZ reported.
She is survived by her husband, Lance, and her sister, Barbara Chase.