Jane Seymour Net Worth

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Jane Seymour net worth:
$70 Million

Jane Seymour net worth: Jane Seymour is a British actress who has a net worth of $70 million dollars. Jane Seymour is most widely recognized for her roles as a Bond girl in the James Bond film "Live and Let Die", and the titular role in the popular drama "Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman". Seymour's career began in 1969, when at the age of 18 she got an un-credited part in the movie "Oh! What A Lovely War" from director Richard Attenborough. This isn't the only connection she has to Attenborough – she later married his son Michael, after working on the movie. Jane's big break came from a major role a year later in the movie "The Only Way".

Three years later in 1973, she finally gained some international exposure as Bond girl Solitaire in Live and Let Die, starring Roger Moore. She also appeared in another adventure film, Sinbad and the Eye of the Tiger, the third in a trilogy of Sinbad films featuring stop-motion animation from Ray Harryhausen. She continued to work in TV and film until receiving her most famous role as Dr. Quinn in the TV drama Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman, for which she is most known today. Seymour also has a healthy career in philanthropy, which puts her net worth to a charitable purpose.

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Jane Seymour Net Worth

Jane Seymour

Date of Birth
Feb 15, 1951 (64 years old)
Actor, Film Producer, Television producer
United Kingdom
5 ft 3 in (1.61 m)
Jewish people
British Jews
British people
Joyce Penelope Wilhelmina Frankenberg, Jane Seymour, OBE
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