Played a therapist in "Blind Dating" directed by her husband James Keach
Joined the fifth season of ABC's "Dancing with the Stars"
Returned to TV in the short lived WB series "Modern Men"
Starred opposite Owen Wilson and Christopher Walken in the comedy "Wedding Crashers"
Guest-starred on "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit" appeared in the episode titled "Families," Seymour plays a wealthy socialite whose family is torn apart by a rape/murder
Reprised signature role and served as executive producer in "Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman: The Heart Within"
Executive produced and starred in the telefilms "Murder in the Mirror" (CBS) and "Enslavement: The True Story of Fanny Kemble" (Showtime), both directed by Keach
Received star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame (April 20)
Starred in "The New Swiss Family Robinson", co-starring James Keach
Co-produced with husband James Keach the ABC TV-movie, "Passion for Justice: The Hazel Brannon Story", also starred
Starred as title character in TV show "Dr. Quinn: Medicine Woman" (CBS)
Debut as executive producer, "Sunstroke" (USA Network); also starred
Won Emmy playing Maria Callas in "The Richest Man in the World" (ABC)
Played Natalie Jastrow in "War and Remembrance" (ABC)
Cast as Wallis Warfield Simpson in the CBS TV-movie "The Women He Loved"
Co-starred in "The Scarlet Pimpernel" (CBS)
Portrayed Kate Ames/Cathy in the ABC miniseries "East of Eden"
Co-starred with Christopher Reeve in the cult hit "Somewhere in Time"
Made Broadway debut as Constanze Mozart in "Amadeus"
Starred in miniseries, "The Story of David", as Bathsheba
TV acting debut, "Frankenstein: The True Story"
Appeared as Bond girl Solitaire in "Live and Let Die"
First feature credit billed as Jane Seymour, "Young Winston"
Film debut, "Oh! What a Lovely War"; appeared as a chorus girl, billed as Joyce Franklin
Dancer with London Festival Ballet (date approximate)
In 1996, Seymour signed a $1 million deal to promote Clairol hair coloring products.
Made an Officer of the Order of the British Empire in December 1999.
Seymour unveiled a line of affordable silk dresses which were sold through CrossingPoint.com in February 2002.