VITAL STATISTICS

Name: Jane Seymour

Born: Joyce Penelope Wilhelmina Frankenberg

Birth Date: Feb. 15, 1951

Place of Birth: Hillingdon, Middlesex, England

Height: 5' 4"

Eye Color: Green (left), brown (right)

Parents: John Benjamin Frankenberg, Mieke Frankenberg

Father was a British obstetrician (of Polish and German descent)
Mother was a nurse (of Dutch descent) who survived a concentration camp in Indonesia

Sisters: Sally Frankenberg, Anne Gould

Education: Arts Educational Trust, London, England (she trained to be dancer and wanted to be a ballerina, but a knee injury at age 17 while performing with Russia's renowned Kirov Ballet resulted in her switch to theater)

Crowned: Officer of the Order of the British Empire by Queen Elizabeth II

Residence: Malibu, California

Married: James Keach on May 15, 1993 (met on the set of TV-Movie Sunstroke)

Children: Katie Flynn (1981), Sean Flynn (1985), John Stacy Keach (1995), Kristopher Steven Keach (1995) -- Kris is named after Christopher Reeve and Johnny is named after Johnny Cash, both were family friends and the boys' godfathers

Stepchildren: Kalen Keach, Jennifer Flynn

Ex-husbands: Michael Attenborough ('71-'73), Geoffrey "Jeep" Planer ('77-'78), David Flynn ('81-'91)

Claim to Fame: Title role in Dr. Quinn: Medicine Woman

Production Company: Catfish Productions, Inc.

Hobbies: painting, designing, golf, flyfishing and tennis

Pets: dog, cats, horses, fish

Favorite music: classical; Elton John, The Beatles; eclectic

Favorite TV show: 60 Minutes, 20/20 and news format shows

Trademark: her beautiful long tresses; Jane's hair grows 3/4 to an inch a month, and she touches up her hair every three weeks. Read about her hair care regime.

Make-up: Natural Advantage

Perfume: Amarige

First Emmy nomination: 1977 for Captains and the Kings

Named: "Queen of the Miniseries" in the 80's because of her 9 appearances in miniseries such as "Crossings" and "War and Remembrance."

Awards:
1981: Golden Globe: Best Actress in Miniseries or Motion Picture Made for
Television, East of Eden
1988: Emmy: Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Miniseries, Onassis: The
Richest Man in the World

1995: Golden Globe: Best Actress in a Television Series (Drama), Dr.
Quinn, Medicine Woman

Star on Hollywood Walk of Fame: Tuesday, April 20, 1999; unofficially declared "Jane Seymour Day" in Hollywood; fans raised the $10,000 needed to sponsor the star, but in actuality, raised $48,000 from donations, sponsors, raffles, auctions, and memorabilia sales.

Exercises: Pilates technique for over 20 years, yoga for stretching and relaxation.