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14. Oktober 2018 - 00:55 Uhr / Nicky Beaven
A true "Charlie's Angels" babe

Tanya Roberts has completely withdrawn from Hollywood life

"Charlie's Angels" stars Tanya Roberts, Jaclyn Smith and Cheryl Ladd

"Charlie's Angels" stars Tanya Roberts, Jaclyn Smith and Cheryl Ladd

Tanya Roberts is a living legend. She has played both Julie Rogers in Charlie's Angels and Bond girl Stacey Stutton. Once a true Hollywood idol and an extremely in-demand actress, sixty-two-year-old Tanya has not been in the public eye quite as much of late. We find out what the actress has been up to these last few years.

Charlie's Angels is still broadcast throughout the world. The highly successful series from the seventies and eighties is one of TV history's classics. One of the much-admired angels from that time is Tanya Roberts (62) who played Julie Rogers. 

Tanya Roberts's Career 

Roberts was a Charlie's Angel in the last seasons of the show from 1980 onwards. The now sixty-two-year-old replaced Shelley Hack (70), who played private detective Tiffany Welles. Tanya played one of Charlies's three angels, alongside Cheryl Ladd (66) and Jaclyn Smith (72), right up until the end of the series in 1981. 

Roger Moore and Tanya Roberts in "James Bond"

Roger Moore and Tanya Roberts in "James Bond"

She went on to play further starring roles such as Sheena in the cult film by the same name. She appeared on the cover of Playboy magazine in October 1982 and even played a Bond girl alongside Roger Moore (†89) in A View To Kill in 1985. 

Tanya Roberts Has Withdrawn from the Public Eye 

After starring as a Bond girl, Tanya withdrew from Hollywood and acting. She took on small parts in low-budget films such as Night Eyes (1990) and Inner Sanctum (1991). She had several short guest appearances in various TV series from 1998 to 2001, including in That '70s Show

Tanya Roberts in 2012

Tanya Roberts in 2012

Roberts announced that she would be retiring from acting completely to look after her husband Barry Roberts (†59) in 2001. She played her very last role in the 2005 film Barbershop. Since then she has withdrawn completely from Hollywood life.