Thursday, October 6, 2011

10/06 Robert Conrad Talks with Tanya Roberts!

Tanya Roberts is best known for two great TV series: Charlie’s Angles and That 70s Show. She has entertaining stories from the set of Charlie’s Angels and her work with Ashton Kutcher on That 70s Show.

Rogers played Julie Rogers, Charlie’s Angels in the series fifth and final season 1980-1981. As Charlie’s “final” Angel her face was on 1,000s of magazine covers, 1,000 of bedroom walls with a bestselling poster and watched by millions on ABC-TV. She became one of the most recognized women in the world overnight.

ON That 70s Show, Roberts was casted as Midge Pinciotti. The series began in 1998 on the FOX Network and Roberts was seen in six seasons on the series. The series also starred a cast of young Hollywood unknowns. One of those unknown actors was Ashton Kutcher who as Kelso became the #1 heartthrob of screaming teenagers. Now, that young man is an accomplished actor and one of the highest profile men on TV as he steps into the set of Two and a Half Men.

Roberts went other memorable roles; such as a James Bond girl in “A View to a Kill”, Sheena in “Sheena: Queen of the Jungle”, and Kiri in the cult classic “The Beastmaster.”

Roberts herself keeps her super hot body in shape with a daily walk with her two dogs and her never miss a daily protein shake. She keeps her angelic face gorgeous with her daily regiment with LifeCell. LifeCell is her favorite product that keeps her skin as beautiful as the days on Charlie’s Angels.

September 22, 2011 was the 35th Anniversary of the original TV series. Charlie’s Angels originally premiered on the TV airways Wed, September 22, 1976. The show ran for five seasons and starred Kate Jackson, Farrah Fawcett, Jaclyn Smith, Cheryl Ladd, Shelley Hack and Tanya Roberts.

The Charlie’s Angels series hit the silver screen in 2000 with Drew Barrymore, Cameron Diaz and Lucy Liu. The film grossed over $260+ million worldwide and was followed up with the sequel, Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle in 2003 which grossed $259+ worldwide. Charlie’s Angels has been empowering woman on TV and film for over 35 years now and the new series is set to continue that tradition.

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