Tanya Roberts hot young
October 15, 1955
5 ft 8 in | 173 cm
37-24-35 in | 94-61-89 cm
57 kg | 125 pounds
8 US | 38 EU
Tanya Roberts was born in The Bronx, New York City, U.S., on October 15, 1955, is an American hot actress. Young Tanya Roberts started her career as a model in TV commercials.
She began her professional acting career on the New York stage and appeared in several off-Broadway productions. She made her big screen debut in horror film Forced Entry (1975) in role as Nancy Ulman. Her breakthrough performance came as Julie Rogers on ABC detective television series Charlie's Angels (1980-1981) in season 5.
She portrayed Stacey Sutton in James Bond film A View to a Kill (1985) opposite Roger Moore.
Sheena: Queen of the Jungle (1984) fantasy drama in role as Sheena
The Beastmaster (1982) fantasy opposite Marc Singer
Tourist Trap (1979) horror with Chuck Connors
California Dreaming (1979) comedy drama in role as Stephanie
Night Eyes (1990) thriller in role as Nikki
Body Slam (1986) comedy with Dirk Benedict
Inner Sanctum (1991) drama romance in role as Lynn Foster
She played Midge Pinciotti in American television period sitcom That '70s Show (1998–2004) in seasons 1–3 and as special guest appearance in seasons 6–7.
Hot Line (1994-1996) anthology series in role as Rebecca
Waikiki (1980) action crime drama television film in role as Carol
Murder Me, Murder You (1983) mystery television movie opposite Stacy Keach
Studied acting under Lee Strasberg and Uta Hagen.
Has one older sister, Barbara.
Featured on the cover of Playboy in 1982.
Lives in Hollywood Hills, California.
She dated Dodi Fayed (1981).
She was married to actor and writer Barry Roberts (1974-2006).
Even if I get thrown out of Hollywood, I'll come back. It took me 14 years to get where I am. I'm going to hang in there.
I think it's better to come into the limelight really slowly and do a broader range of roles, but I took these glamorous roles and I think that stereotyped me.
What I really want is a commercial hit. If youre in a hit, youre suddenly a star, whether you acted well or not.
I've made a lot of good choices and a lot of bad choices and that's part of life.
I was never pretty, never really popular. I was lanky and funny looking.
Fans make you. I certainly hope that people like me in the work and I appreciate every letter that I get. I'm glad they like me or else I wouldn't be in the business.