Jane Seymour is probably one of the most beautiful women to grace the silver screen.
She was born Joyce Penelope Wilhelmina Frankenberg on February 15, 1951 in Hayes, London, England.
Her first role was an uncredited appearance in 1969's "Oh! What a Lovely War" as a Chorus Girl.
But the first role that got her real attention was as Solitaire in the 1973 James Bond film "Live and Let Die" with Roger Moore.
After that, she appeared in more movies, TV shows and mini-series than you could shake a stick at (thats a lot), including "Wedding Crashers" (as the awesome Kathleen "Kitty Kat" Cleary), "Smallville", "East Of Eden", Dr.Quinn, and "Somewhere in Time".
Besides being an actress, Jane is a Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) and she became a U.S. citizen on February 11, 2005.
Jane has also written eight books, her latest being "Open Hearts: If Your Heart is Open it Can Never Stay Broken".
And if that isnt enough for you, she is also an artist.
She does oils, acrylic and watercolor paintings.
And if you are in New Jersey, you can see her work at “Jane Seymour: A One Woman Show” at the Wentworth Galleries in Hackensack and Shorthills, NJ.
Jane will make two special appearances there and to see more info you can check out Wentworth Galleries website here
posted to http://themostbeautifulwomen.blogspot.com/, August 26th, 2009