The celebrity dropped while out walking her dogs on Dec. 24, and has been admitted to Cedar-Sinar Hospital in Los Angeles. She died on Sunday her longtime buddy and representative Mike Pingel told The Hollywood Reporter. It wasn’t COVID-19 linked, no cause of death was granted but Roberts wasn’t sick in the days leading up to her passing. “I am devastated. She was amazing and amazing and I feel like a light was removed. Obviously, she was an angel who could be on the peak of the list. She adored her lovers, and I really don’t think she understood how much she meant to them,” Pingel informed THR. Born Victoria Leigh Blum, Roberts had professional modeling and appearing in television commercials before turning into film acting in 1975 together with all the horror movie Forced Entry. She had quite a few roles in movies that would afterward have a cult after such as the 1977 comedy Racquet along with the 1982 fantasy epic The Beast master. She was also the result of Columbia Pictures’ 1984 adventure film Sheena: Queen of the Jungle, a feminine version of the Tarzan story that despite its reported $25 million funding was a massive flop in the box office, even although it moved on to acquire cult status. Roberts’ most prominent significant movie role was in the 1985 Bond movie A View to a Kill. The movie, which was Roger Moore’s last outing as 007, watched her drama Stacey Sutton, an American geologist who becomes a goal of villain Max Zorin played by Christopher Walken. Regardless of the worldwide media focus that follows each Bond launch, her film career did not take off as she’d expected and in interviews in the last several decades, Roberts has discussed that the so-called “curse” of being a Bond woman before she accepted the position. Glen Close could do it if she would,” she added. Following A View to a Kill, her other notable film credits were the Roddy Piper-led humor Body Slam in 1987 along with the 1990 sensual thriller Night Eyes.
In addition to movies, Roberts found success in television. After small roles in telefilms, she won the coveted job of enjoying an Angel at ABC’s Charlie’s Angels. Roberts substituted Shelley Hack, emerging as Julie Rogers at the fifth and final season of this series in 1980. She also appeared in episodes of Fantasy Island and Enjoy Boat. Modern viewers will remember her for a recurring supporting character in Fox’s That’70’s Show, where she performed Midge Pinciotti, Donna’s dim-witted mom. Although her past notable television charge was in Showtime’s Barbershop: The Series in 2005, Roberts enjoyed a loyal following and invested a lot of time right communicating with lovers, including a collection of live chats throughout the pandemic.