Jane March is a famous English actress and also spent some years as a model. Blessed with a pretty face and an equally endowed body, March has been able to use her natural endowments to create a long-lasting career for herself. Her looks and confident demeanour has earned her a vast number of loyal fans over the years, as well as secured several mouth-watering endorsement deals. As an actress, she is highly revered for her role in the 1992 movie, The Lover, which earned her the niche “The Sinner from Pinner”. The nick follows rumours that she and Tony Leung Ka-fai allegedly had real sex scenes on the set of the film.
Jane March’s Bio
Jane March Horwood was born on March 20, 1973, in Edgware, London. Growing up, she was known to exhibit a high level of passion towards modelling; a knack that eventually led her into participating in a local Become a Model Contest.
At the end of a passion-driven contest, she was crowned the winner and subsequently penned her contract to a professional modelling deal offered by Storm Model management. Within a short period of time, she began building a reputation for herself as a print model, appearing on the pages of several top magazines.
Her big break as a model came in March 1990, after getting featured on the cover of the famous Just Seventeen Magazine. Popular French filmmaker Jean-Jacques Annaud, on seeing the picture of Jane March on the magazine, was taken aback by her beauty and immediately decided to feature her in his upcoming movie; A French-Chinese film titled The Lover, which served as a dramatic representation of the 1984 semi-autobiographical novel written by Marguerite Duras. The movie on its release became an instant box office success, exposing the 18-year-old March to a level of popularity she never knew existed. Following the release of the movie, rumours began circulating that she and her co-star Tony Leung Ka-fai had real sex scenes as opposed to simulated ones. In her defence, she labelled such accusations as disgusting before going on to tag Jean Jacques Annaud as ambiguous for doing nothing to dispel such rumours.
In 1994, Jane March was cast to play the character of Rose in the erotic thriller Color of Night, alongside established acts like Bruce Willis, Lesley Ann Warren and Ruben Blades. In 1998, she played the role of Jane Potter in the film Tarzan and The Lost City. She has also starred in several other high profile movies and TV shows such as Provocateur, The Stone Merchant, Clash of the Titans and The Sweeter Side of Life, to name a few.
Family – Husband and Kids
Jane March was born and raised by her parents, Bernard and Jean Horwood. Her dad who was of English ancestry worked as a secondary school teacher while her mom was of Vietnamese and Chinese ancestry. Growing up, she was raised alongside her brother whose name is pretty much unknown to the general public.
A look into her marital life and you will find out the 46-years-old English actress is currently married to Steven Waddington, an English actor whom she met on the set of Tarzan and The Lost City. There is no information as to when they got married but they seem happy together. She has a son with her husband.
Other Facts You Need To Know About Jane March
1. International men’s magazine MAXIM once ranked her sex scenes with Bruce Willis in the Color of Night as ‘the best in movie history’.
2. In 1992, March won a Bambi Award for Best Young Actress. Three years later, she was nominated for Worst Actress at the Razzie Awards, for her role in the Color of Night.
3. In June 1993, Jane March got married to the Color of Night co-producer Carmine Zozzora, in an 11-minute wedding ceremony. They eventually parted ways in 1997 before finalizing their divorce in 2001.
4. Jane March has a net worth of $2 million, the bulk of which she earned from her modelling and acting careers.
5. The British actress and former model has a height of 5 feet 2 inches and a body weight listed as 50 Kg. There is no information as regards her bust, waist and hips sizes.