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Jane Asher Biography

  • Profession: Actor
  • Born: Apr 5, 1946
  • Died: Jan 1, 0001

Long before her "formal" professional stage bow in 1957 with the Frinton Summer Theatre, London-born Jane Asher was a busy child actress, appearing in such films as [[Feature~V31279~Crash of Silence~mandy]] (1952), [[Feature~V88487~Dance Little Lady~dancelittlelady]] (1955) and [[Feature~V153617~The Creeping Unknown~thequatermassxperiment]] (1956). Thus, when Jane made her London stage debut in [[Feature~V159562~Will You Walk a Little Faster~petitapetit]], she already had a decade's worth of credits. Once we saw her in the role of the egotistical Annie in 1966's [[Feature~V1446~Alfie~alfie]], we knew that juvenile actress Jane Asher was lost to us forever. Her major film appearances since that time have included The Winter's Tale (1968), [[Feature~V13042~Deep End~deepend]] (1971), and [[Feature~V14762~Dreamchild~dreamchild]] (1985), in which she played the mother of Lewis Carroll's Alice. On television, Jane was seen as Jane Seymour in [[Feature~V44948~The Six Wives of Henry VIII~thesixwivesofhenryviii]] (1971) and as a regular on the British weeklies [[Feature~V163029~Wish Me Luck~wishmeluck]] (1989-90), Eats for Treats (1991) and [[Feature~V9425~The Choir~thechoirboys]] (1995). Romantically linked with Beatle Paul McCartney in the mid-1960s, Jane Asher is (at last report) the wife of cartoonist Gerald Scarfe. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi