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A multiple Emmy and Golden Globe winner, JANE SEYMOUR was the recipient of the Officer of the British Empire (OBE) in the year 2000, which was bestowed upon her by Queen Elizabeth II at Buckingham Palace. Seymour has proven her talents in virtually all media including the Broadway stage, motion pictures and television. Her love of art and color has also led to her great success as a painter in watercolors and oils and as a designer with her own successful line of homewares and children's products for the Saks Inc. group of department stores.

Seymour, who created one of television's most respected and beloved characters with her long running "Dr. Quinn Medicine Woman” series, has achieved equal fame for over 40 years in motion pictures, including the cult class "Somewhere in Time,” and television's most memorable mini-series and movie performances. Her recent independent film Touching Wild Horses, which garnered numerous accolades on the film festival circuit and she recently created excitement with her guest starring role on the WB's hit series "Smallville.”

Seymour made her film debut was as a chorus girl in Richard Attenborough's Oh, What A Lovely War, which resulted in her being discovered by the top agent in the United Kingdom. Her many other credits include the films, Young Winston, Sinbad and the Eye of the Tiger, Somewhere in Time, Live and Let Die, Oh! Heavenly Dog, as well as television films "Frankenstein: The True Story," Dickens' "Our Mutual Friend," "King David,” "War and Remembrance,” for which she was nominated two successive years in the Best Actress Category for both the Emmy and Golden Globes and "East of Eden," for which she won a Golden Globe for Best Actress. 

Seymour won the Emmy Award as Best Actress in a Supporting Role for her portrayal of Maria Callas in ABC-TV's "The Richest Man Alive," based on the life of Aristotle Onassis, and was nominated for a Golden Globe Best Actress Award for her performance as the Duchess of Windsor in the CBS-TV movie "The Woman He Loved."

The artist has also emerged as a significant producer of distinguished projects. Through Catfish Productions, she and James Keach have produced, starred and directed such programs as "Sunstroke", "A Passion for Justice", "Praying Mantis", "The Absolute Truth", "Enslavement: The Fanny Kemble Story”, "Murder in the Mirror”, "Dr. Quinn, The Movie”, "A Marriage of Convenience” and "Blackout". In addition Seymour also starred in "Yesterday's Children,” for CBS.

Actively involved in numerous charitable causes, Seymour is a member of the American Red Cross National Celebrity Cabinet and works with numerous organizations including, Childhelp USA, a national organization dedicated to the research, treatment and prevention of child abuse as well as City Hearts a Los-Angeles based inner city youth arts program.


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