Jane Seymour is an English actress best known for being the quintessential Bond girl in the film ‘Live and Let Die’. She started her acting career in 1969 with the comedy film ‘Oh! What a Lovely War’, where she played a very minor role for which she wasn’t even credited. She then turned to smaller roles in films such as ‘The Only Way’, ‘The Young Winston’ and ‘The Best Pair of Legs in the Business’. However, her big career breakthrough happened following a role in the highly successful Bond film ‘Live and Let Die’ in the early 70s. Riding high on success, she went on to appear in some notable films such as ‘Somewhere in Time’, ‘Lassister’, ‘Head Office’, ‘Count on Me’ and ‘California’.
Although she did many films, some of her best roles remained the ones she played in successful films such as ‘War and Remembrance’, ‘East of Eden’ and ‘The Onassis: The Richest Man in the World’. She also won the television viewers over with her multiple award winning performance in the series ‘Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman’, which is widely regarded as one of her best career roles.
She also saw some failures in the form of films such as ‘California’, ‘Lake Effects’ and ‘The Family Tree’.