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Tanya Roberts became known around the world as Charlie’s final Angel when she joined the hit TV show in 1980 as Julie Rogers. Her Charlie’s Angels character, Julie Rogers became known as the “Streetwise” Angel.
Roberts went on to star as Kiri in “The Beastmaster” and posed for a layout in Playboy magazine. She is also took on the comic world in the feature film version of “Sheena: Queen of the Jungle”. Then in 1985 she took on the role as Stacey Sutton in the1985 James Bond film, “A View to a Kill.”
Most recently Roberts played the sexy mother Midge Pinciotti in the hilarious comedy, That ‘70s Show. Roberts.
Tanya Roberts was born, Victoria Leigh Blum, on October 15th, 1955, in the Bronx, NY. Roberts dropped out of high school at 15, and hitchhiked around the country, looking for adventure. She eventually returned to New York City, and began a career in modeling.
“I was a wild and crazy teenager so it took me awhile to get my act together,” says Roberts, who began studying acting under Lee Strasberg and Uta Hagen in New York. She landed television commercials for Ultra Brite and Clairol, and worked as an Arthur Murray dance instructor. “I learned and taught mostly Latin dances,” she says.
Roberts is a huge animal activist and she loved filming in Kenya on the set of “Shenna” “I’m an animal freak, so filming Sheena was the most fun for me,” says Roberts, who got to spend 6 months on location in Kenya. “I got to work with all of the animals, and spend time in exotic places that were free from hunters.”