Jane Seymour has achieved the type of accomplishment most people would feel ashamed to dream of, such as Jane the Virgin, Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman, and others. Have you ever appeared in B Positive? Here's what you should know.
Thomas Middleditch, Annaleigh Ashford, and Terrence Terrell star in 'B Positive'.What about Jane Seymour?
B Positive, which was created by Chuck Lorre, revolves around a difficult friendship between a divorced therapist named Drew Dunbar (Thomas Middleditch) and his high school classmate-turned-kidney donor, Gina Dabrowski (Annaleigh Ashford). The fan-favorite sitcom sheds light on the series of humorous challenges Drew and Gina have to face before and after the kidney transplant surgery.
Jane Seymour plays one of the side characters in B Positive, but her over-the-top outfits and stunning collection of wigs might have thrown at least a few fans off the slew. Jane is in Season 2, Episode 2, and she portrays Bette. Jane made her first appearance in B Positive, but her over-the-top outfits and impressive collection of wigs may have thrown at least a few fans off the line.
"What the heck is Jane Seymour doing on B Positive?" tweeted @sherryillk. "Is Jane Seymour going on B Positive?
"Jane Seymour is about to appear in the re-vamped B Positive. And, BTW, congratulations to Chuck Lorre for finding a method to resurrect a situation comedy seemingly on its last legs," tweeted @FlashBabboo.
"I was pleased seeing a bunch of actors I've not seen in a while on B Positive. I did not recognize Jane Seymour, because she must have had a blast!" tweeted @bjxmas.
Jane Seymour has appeared in around 150 projects, including 'B Positive'.
Jane decided to change her name at the same time her acting career began to take off in 1951, at Joyce Penelope Wilhelmina Frankenberg, born in Uxbridge, United Kingdom.
She was the first person to receive international fame in the 1973 James Bond film Live and Let Die (where she starred alongside Roger Moore). She starred Emma Callon in The Onedin Line, Natalie Henry in War and Remembrance, and Catherine Alexander Douglas in Memories of Midnight, as well as in Sinbad and the Eye of the Tiger.
Jane Seymour agreed to appear on 'Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman' because she had to beat bankruptcy.
Jane told Entertainment Tonight in December 2020 that she apologied for Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman, partly because of pressing financial needs. Her divorce from David Flynn, her third husband with whom he shares two children, left her "in the red."
"The first thing I remember is that my ex-husband at that time had lost all of our money, left me $9 million in the red with lawsuits from every major bank," Jane said. "I was homeless, penniless, and I called my agent and said I would do anything."
Jane joined for five years, as she stated, just in case the project [i.e. Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman] would be picked up. She started the next day, and she hasn't looked back.
Jane said, "They saved my life,"