Family & Companions
A delicate young English model turned actress of partially Chinese and Spanish descent, the slightly exotic-looking Jane March provided a quietly stunning star turn as the Young Girl in director Jean-Jacques Annaud's adaptation of Marguerite Duras' sensual autobiographical novel "The Lover" (1992). Starring opposite Bruce Willis in the "Color of Night" (1994), she played a flaky aspiring actress who has several steamy nude scenes with Willis. While March garnered favorable reviews, the film itself was not so warmly received. March continued to act in forgettable features before landing the plum assignment of playing Jane to Casper Van Dien's Lord of the Jungle in "Tarzan and the Lost City" (1998).
Cast (Feature Film)
Won a local "Become a Model" contest at age 14
Acting debut in Jean-Jacques Annaud's "The Lover"
Hollywood debut, "Color of Night"