FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS (FAQ) - General

Quite often, we are asked some of the same questions by many different people, so we've created a FAQ section of this site. This is by no means complete, but if you have any suggestions for a question to be included here, please contact us. Perhaps this will help you find answers to some of your questions before asking.

Take a moment to visit here before sending your questions directly to us.

How can I write to Jane?
How can I get an autograph or photo of Jane?
How can I be notified of changes to this site when they're made?
Where can I find out what's on this site?
Where can I find out about Jane's beauty secrets?
How did Jane decide to become an actress?
Who is Jane's biggest influence in her life?

How can I write to Jane?

Unfortunately, Jane does not have a fan club address; however, if you have a personal letter to send, mail it to the following address and it will be forwarded:

Jane Seymour
PO Box 15528
Colorado Springs, CO 80935-5528

NOTE: Do *not* send a letter requesting an autographed photo without following the instructions in the next answer. All such requests will be immediately discarded.

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How can I get an autograph or photo of Jane?

If you don't already have an item to send, you can check out the photo ordering sites online, links available in the merchandise section.

If you would like your photo or item to be autographed and personalized, you must provide the following:

  • $10 PER ITEM(s) to be signed. Payment must be included with the item(s) or it/they will be discarded.
  • All proceeds will go to Jane's preferred charity, The Open Hearts Foundation.
  • Make your check or money order payable to "Open Hearts Foundation." Cash is also accepted if properly concealed.
  • Stamps or correct postage and a self-addressed envelope for return shipping costs. International postal coupons ARE acceptable.
  • If you wish to write a check or money order for return shipping, it should be made payable to "Jane Seymour."
  • Items without the $10 per item and the return postage will be discarded.
  • Letters requesting autographs without the $10 and return postage-paid envelope will be discarded.
  • Include any special requests, or autograph specifications along with your check or money order.

Because we don't want you to lose a collectible or irreplaceable item, please follow the above instructions before sending anything to us.

Send your photo or personal item directly to:

Jane Seymour
PO Box 15528
Colorado Springs, CO 80935-5528

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How can I be notified of changes to this site when they're made?

Go up to the MISCELLANEOUS section and click on the link to the Lady Jane Mailing List. This list is privately maintained exclusively through this web site. Your name and e-mail will not be sold or distributed to any third parties in any way. E-mails will be sent to you announcing any updates at the time they occur. Otherwise, bookmark the front page for the smaller updates.

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Where can I find out what's on this site?

The easiest way to do this is to look at the far right column on the main page of this site. The latest news is always listed there with links to any pertinent additional pages. Items that get removed from that area are archived on the what's new? page. And there is a link under the MISCELLANEOUS section above.

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Where can I find out about Jane's beauty secrets?

Once we organize the media articles, all dealing with her hair care regime and exercise/eating habits will be assembled on their own page. For now, you can find her exercise habits in the ALL ABOUT JANE SECTION with a link to her hair care regime on the "Vital Stats" page as well as links to how she stays fit and cares for her skin.

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How did Jane decide to become an actress?

After suffering a knee injury while performing ballet, she turned to acting. Since she received schooling in *all* of the arts, theatre was another area in which she excelled.

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Who is Jane's biggest influence in her life?

In Jane's everyday life, it was always her Mum; however, director Richard Attenborough was her mentor when she first began her acting in the early-to-mid 1970's. He played a large and important role in getting her started.

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