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Born: February 15, 1951 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Hillingdon, England, GB Profession: Cast ...
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2000:
Executive produced and starred in the telefilms "Murder in the Mirror" (CBS) and "Enslavement: The True Story of Fanny Kemble" (Showtime), both directed by Keach
1968:
Film debut, "Oh! What a Lovely War"; appeared as a chorus girl, billed as Joyce Franklin
1972:
First feature credit billed as Jane Seymour, "Young Winston"
2004:
Guest-starred on "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit" appeared in the episode titled "Families," Seymour plays a wealthy socialite whose family is torn apart by a rape/murder
2007:
Played a therapist in "Blind Dating" directed by her husband James Keach
1999:
Received star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame (April 20)
2001:
Reprised signature role and served as executive producer in "Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman: The Heart Within"
1973:
Appeared as Bond girl Solitaire in "Live and Let Die"
1988:
Cast as Wallis Warfield Simpson in the CBS TV-movie "The Women He Loved"
1994:
Co-produced with husband James Keach the ABC TV-movie, "Passion for Justice: The Hazel Brannon Story", also starred
1982:
Co-starred in "The Scarlet Pimpernel" (CBS)
1980:
Made Broadway debut as Constanze Mozart in "Amadeus"
1981:
Portrayed Kate Ames/Cathy in the ABC miniseries "East of Eden"
1998:
Starred in "The New Swiss Family Robinson", co-starring James Keach
1976:
Starred in miniseries, "The Story of David", as Bathsheba
1964:
Dancer with London Festival Ballet (date approximate)
1992:
Debut as executive producer, "Sunstroke" (USA Network); also starred
2007:
Joined the fifth season of ABC's "Dancing with the Stars"
2006:
Returned to TV in the short lived WB series "Modern Men"
2005:
Starred opposite Owen Wilson and Christopher Walken in the comedy "Wedding Crashers"
1980:
Co-starred with Christopher Reeve in the cult hit "Somewhere in Time"
1988:
Played Natalie Jastrow in "War and Remembrance" (ABC)
1993:
Starred as title character in TV show "Dr. Quinn: Medicine Woman" (CBS)
1973:
TV acting debut, "Frankenstein: The True Story"
1988:
Won Emmy playing Maria Callas in "The Richest Man in the World" (ABC)
2009:
Starred as home improvement show host Prudence MacIntyre in the Hallmark Channel TV movie "Dear Prudence"
2011:
Reprised Prudence MacIntyre role in Hallmark sequel "Perfectly Prudence"
2013:
Played Mrs. Wattlesbrook in the Jane Austen-inspired romantic comedy "Austenland"
2006:
Played a college professor--and the object of Barney's advances--in "How I Met Your Mother"
2014:
Reprised Dr. Quinn role in Funny or Die spoof "Dr. Quinn, Morphine Woman with Jane Seymour"

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