Jane Seymour was born on 15 February 1951 in London, England. Her international breakthrough came in 1973 when she portrayed Solitaire in Live and Let Die. In the 1980s, she had her notable performances in the films Somewhere In Time and East of Eden. She also gave a noteworthy performance in the miniseries War and Remembrance. She went on to portray Marie Antoinette in the film La Révolution française.
From 1993 to 1998, she played the lead on the television series Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman. This made her a television staple. In the 2000s, she starred in the movies Wedding Crashers, Blind Dating, and After Sex, among others. She’s also had recurring roles on Smallville, Modern Men, and In Case of Emergency. Throughout her career, she has gotten Primetime Emmy and Golden Globe nominations for her works on television. She currently has a recurring role on Hooten & the Lady.
Has Jane Seymour had Plastic Surgery?
The 66-year-old actress looks younger than her old age. And being candid enough, she’s admitted to trying cosmetic procedures to try to improve her looks and delay the signs of aging. In an interview, she admitted to trying Botox. However, she went on to say that she didn’t like the results. She said: “I tried Botox but didn’t like it. I could see it in my face and I can see it in other people too … I’d rather be the best I can be at the age I’m at.”
Since then she’s decided to deal with aging the natural way, which means without the intervention of plastic surgery. She said: “I’m all about aging naturally, I’m a great believer that this is my blank canvas. I need all my muscles to move. Sometimes I play grandma, sometimes I’m a lover.” On the other hand, she had also confessed to having breast implants in 2007 to go topless for a role. She also added that she had a minor eyelift procedure because she had “baggy eyes”.