Jane Seymour is one of the most beautiful women I've ever seen, with an English accent to boot. She
was born in Wimbledon, England, so I'd say she got off on the right foot. Her father was a successful doctor.
At 13 she became a member of the London Festival Ballet, but switched to acting five years later. In 1973 she got her
big break playing the fortune-telling Solitaire in "Live And Let Die", Roger Moore's first James Bond movie. (The funny
thing is, I watched that movie several times as a kid on our family's primitive VCR, and I don't remember her making much
of an impression on me at the time.) In 1980 she appeared on Broadway, playing Mozart's wife in "Amadeus". (I
wonder why the hell they didn't cast her in the movie? It must have been a scheduling conflict.) Many
people are most familiar with Seymour from her small-screen work, which includes "War and Remembrance", "East Of Eden", "Onassis"
(for which she won an Emmy in 1988), and, of course, "Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman".