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Actress, Artist and Philantropist
British actor Jane Seymour has won multiple Emmy and Golden Globe awards, earning an international reputation for her work on stage, film and television. In 2000 she was appointed an Officer of the British Empire by the Queen.
Jane’s past films include the James Bond movie Live and Let Die and the cult classic Somewhere in Time. Her television credits include the title role in Dr Quinn Medicine Woman which ran for six seasons, and Maria Callas in Onassis: The Richest Man in the World. In addition to acting, she’s written over a dozen books and is a keen artist.
Jane is involved in many philanthropic causes including Childhelp, American Red Cross, City Hearts and Camp Soaring Eagle. In addition to the charitable work that Seymour does with these notable organizations, in 2010 she launched the Open Hearts Foundation.
The Foundation’s mission is based upon selfless giving even in the face of adversity, into communities worldwide. The Foundation provides funds to charitable organizations in the areas of Health, Arts, Education, Sports, and honors individuals that exemplify the Open Heart Philosophy in their service to others.