Jane Seymour - age 67
In what I would regard ‘a full life’! This is an excerpt from Wikipedia which has her full bio.
In 1969, Jane Seymour appeared uncredited in her first film, Richard Attenborough's Oh! What a Lovely War. In 1970, Seymour appeared in her first major film role in the war drama The Only Way. She played Lillian Stein, a Jewish woman seeking shelter from Nazipersecution. In 1973, she gained her first major television role as Emma Callon in the successful 1970s series The Onedin Line. During this time, she appeared as female leadPrima in the two-part television miniseries Frankenstein: The True Story. She also appeared as Winston Churchill's lover Pamela Plowden in Young Winston, produced by her father-in-law Richard Attenborough.
1988, Seymour got the female lead in the 12-part television miniseries War and Remembrance,the continued story from the miniseries The Winds of War.She played Natalie Henry, an American Jewish woman trapped in Europe during World War II.
Seymour has been married and divorced four times. Her first marriage, to Michael Attenborough,the son of film actor and director Richard Attenborough,was from 1971 to 1973 to be followed by marriage to Attenborough's friend Geoffrey Planer from 1977 to 1978.
In 1981, Seymour married David Flynn. This marriage produced two children: actress Katherine Flynn, born 7 January 1982; and Sean Flynn, born 31 July 1985. Flynn had involved her in the housing market; involvement which left her "completely beyond bankrupt".They divorced in 1992.The following year, Seymour married actor James Keach. Together they had twins, John Stacy and Kristopher Steven, born 30 November 1995, and named after family friends Johnny Cashand Christopher Reeve, and James's brother, actor Stacy Keach.
In February 2005, Seymour became a naturalized citizen of the United States.
Seymour is a celebrity ambassador for Childhelp,a national non-profit organisation dedicated to helping victims of child abuse and neglect. In 2007, she sponsored a children's Art Pillow contest as part of the Jane Seymour Collection, with the proceeds going to Childhelp.
On 12 April 2013, it was announced that Seymour was divorcing Keach.The divorce was finalized in December 2015.
In February 2018, she posed for Playboy for a third time, becoming at the age of 67 the oldest woman to be photographed for the magazine. In the Playboy interview, Seymour describes that she briefly quit acting after being sexually harassed by an unnamed film producerin the early 1970's.
Writing and fashion careers
In the 1980s, Seymour began a parallel career as a writer of self-help and inspirational books, including Jane Seymour's Guide to Romantic Living(1986), Two at a Time: Having Twins(2002), Remarkable Changes(2003), and Among Angels(2010). She also co-wrote several children's books, with her then-husband James Keach, for the This One 'N That Oneseries.
Likewise in 2008, Ms. Seymour teamed up with and designed the "Open Heart Collection" for Kay Jewelers, which promoted it with the advice, "Keep your heart open, and love will alwaysfind its way in."Beginning that year, she saw to it that she would always be wearing one of the collection's necklaces whenever seen in public while not in character for any of her acting performances. In the same year, Seymour also wrote and published the books Open Hearts: If Your Heart Is Open, love Will Always Find Its Way Inand Open Hearts Family.
A 2.08-carat cushion-cut fancy vivid blue diamond in an 18-karat rose-gold-plated platinum setting was named The Jane Seymourin her honor by World Of Diamonds Group, who had mined it in Russia, cut and set it. The ring was presented to Seymour in April 2016 in Singapore while she was there to star in The Vortex.