'That '70s Show': This Is "Midge Pinciotti" Today
That '70s Show's "Midge Pinciotti" was played by the stunning Tanya Roberts! She's best known for her role in the hit sitcom, as well as portraying "Stacey" in the James Bond film, A View to Kill. Find out more on That '70s Show "Midge" and what she's up to today!
That '70s Show's "Midge" was considered to be the hot mom of the comedy series! Played by actress Tanya Roberts, she portrayed the ditzy mother of "Donna" aka Laura Prepon! Did you know she was once an angel of Charlie? See what That '70s Show "Midge" is up to now...
That '70s Show "Midge": Tanya Roberts today
"Midge" was in the series from 1998-2004! While she was a success on the sitcom, she had actually discovered fame early on. Born on October 15, 1955, in the Bronx, New York, Roberts subsequently moved to be with her mother and dropped out of high school at the age of 15. She already started working on her portfolio to be a model!
As she started appearing in more commercials and advertisements, Roberts eventually got her first film role in 1975's Forced Entry. By 1980, Roberts was chosen out of 2,000 candidates to replace Shelley Hack in the TV series Charlie's Angels!
After her time portraying "Julie Rogers" in the famous crime franchise, she went on to star in The Beastmaster, Sheena, and A View to Kill. The James Bond film is one of her most well-known works, as she starred alongside the incredible Roger Moore and Grace Jones!
Today, Roberts hasn't been in any featured works since appearing in 2005's Barbershop sitcom. However, she's very active with her fans! You can check her out on Twitter, Facebook, and Zoom and do a live-chat with the beautiful Tanya every Saturday!
In her personal life, Tanya was married to Barry Roberts from 1974 until his passing in 2006. She met him while waiting in line for a movie... and even proposed to him in a subway station!
That '70s Show's "Midge" may not be as active anymore in Hollywood, but we love that she takes the time for her fans! Maybe one day we'll all be surprised with a '70s reunion!