Who Is Jane March?
Jane March is a former model and an English film actress. This famous English actress is mainly known for her starring role in some of her popular movies “The Lover” and “Color of Night” as Rose.
Since the mid of 2010s, Jane March left her profession as an actress, and not proactive in any media. The former English actress Jane March has two sons after marriage to actor Steven Waddington. Since then, she has concentrated more on raising her two children rather than getting new contracts for films and TV shows.
|Full Name||Jane Horwood|
|Also Known As||Jane March|
|Birth Date||March 20, 1973|
|Age||50 years old|
|Traits||Positive: Ambitious, honest, and determined|
Negative: Reckless, Short-tempered, and selfish
|Birthplace||Edgware, United Kingdom|
|Parents||Bernard Horwood (father)|
Jean Horwood (mother)
|Spouse||Carmine Zozzora (ex-husband)|
Steven Waddington (husband)
|Children||2 sons (name not revealed)|
|Height||5 feet 2 inches|
|Hobby||Modeling, Singing, Shopping|
|Eye Color||Light Brown|
|Net Worth||$2 Million|
Jane Horwood was born on March 20, 1973, in Edgware, London, England. Her father is Bernard Horwood, who was working as a design and Technology teacher in secondary school, and her mother, Jean, was working as a newsagent.
Jane’s father is of English and Spanish ancestry, while her mother is Chinese and Vietnamese and has one brother. Jane’s brother is working as a landscape designer.
Jane attended Nower Hill High School in Pinner, north London during her childhood; it was the same school where Jane started her acting career.
Beginning of Jane March Career
March grew up in her native London in a middle-class family who had been attracted to the fascinating world of fashion and glamour since she was a child.
At the early age of 14 in her high school, Jane signed up for a local fashion contest, “Become a Model,” and she ended up winning that beauty contest.
After success at the beauty contest in high school, Jane signed a contract with a fashion company “Storm Model Management.”
Since then, she started using her stage name as “March.” She appeared in numerous print commercials and slowly build a platform for herself at an early age.
As soon as she finished her GCSE exams, Jane moved to another city, and she used to live with her friends in an apartment in Wimbledon. She continued her modeling career and was invited to an audition in Paris on her 17th birthday.
The very next day, she had a cover shoot for “Just Seventeen” magazine, where she grabbed the attention of the famous Frech director Jean-Jacques Annaud’s wife.
Soon she was chosen as a lead actress for the film “The Lover” in 1992, based on a semi-autobiographical novel by the French novelist Marguerite Duras.
As Jane was only 17 years old while shooting the film, and the movie was released when she was 18, viewers thought that the movie scenes were real, but in fact, the movie producer had used five different doubles to casting in the sex scenes in the film which is revealed years after the movie was released.
The public used to call her the nickname Sinner from Pinner, which led her to mental trauma, and she was away from the public domain after that incident.
To recover from that incident, she was away for a weekend in Seychelles, where she found herself back and came back to work.
As Annaud faked the truth of such scenes in her first movie, she faced a rupture in her relationship for years and was even annoyed with her response to Jean-Jacques.
After her return to public life, she co-starred with Bruce Wiliams in The erotic thriller movie “Color of Night” in the year 1994.
Though the movie didn’t enjoy much success at the box office, it did quite well in the home video market and was listed in one of the top 20 most-rented movies in the United States in 1995.
As per Maxim magazine, the sex scene in the movie “Color of Night” ranked one of “the Best Sex Scenes in film history” and earned the status of a sex symbol.
Jane March Career Peak
In 1996, Jane March was cast in the lead role of Amanda in the film “Never Ever,” also known as “Circle of Passion,” written and directed by Charles Finch.
Charles finch also starred in the film, next to Jane and Sandrine Bonnaire. Later she was cast in” Provocateur,” an action-thriller drama movie in the double role of Sook-Hee / Miya in 1997.
Just after a year, in 1998, she joined Casper Van Dien for her next action-adventure movie, “Tarzan and the Lost City,” to form the Tarzan/Jane duo.
In the year 2000, she starred in the dramatized version of Dracula in “Dark Prince: The True Story of Dracula.” This movie had a plot of historical events rather than a typical Hollywood story.
She had a long break from the media industry and found a prominent lead role after 5 years in the action-adventure film “Blood of Beasts,” co-starring Justin Whalin and William Gregory Lee.
A year later, she co-starred with Harvey Keitel in the thriller movie “The Stone Merchant.”
Jane March worked on other award-winning projects, such as “My Last five Girlfriends” as Olive, with Brendan Patricks, Naomie Harris, and Kelly Adams in the lead roles.
In 2010, she appeared in the fantasy action-adventure film “The Clash of Titans,” starring Sam Worthington, Liam Neeson, and Ralph Fiennes.
She was cast alongside Eliza Bennett and Jamie Thomas King in a fantasy adventure movie “Grimm’s Snow White” in 2012. In 2013 she acted in “The Sweeter Side Of Life” as Lana in the romantic comedy movie.
She appeared for the last time on the big screen in 2014 as herself in the comedy film “Film: The Movie.” This movie was produced by an Indian film director trying to start his career in Hollywood.
Jane March Movies and TV Shows
|1992||The Lover||The Young Girl|
|1994||Color of Night||Rose|
|1996||Never Ever||Amanda Trevane Murray|
|1998||Tarzan and the Lost City||Jane Porter|
|2000||Relic Hunter (TV Show)||Suzanne|
|2000||Dark Prince: The True Story of Dracula (TV Show)||Lidia|
|2001||Dark Realm (TV Show)||Sharon Steppling|
|2005||Beauty and the Beast||Freya|
|2006||The Stone Merchant||Leda|
|2009||My Last Five Girlfriends||Olive|
|2010||Clash of the Titans||Hestia|
|2012||Grimm’s Snow White||Queen Gwendolyn|
|2013||Jack the Giant Killer||Serena|
|2013||The Sweeter Side of Life (TV Show)||Lana|
|2014||Flim: The Movie||Herself|
Relationships and Dating History
Carmine Zozzora (Ex-husband)
Jane March fell in love with one of the co-producers of the film “Color of Night“, Carmine Zozzora, and they soon began dating.
On June 14, 1993, the actor and co-producer married in an 11-minute-long ceremony. Bruce Willis and Demi Moore were served as the best man and the maid of honor at their wedding, respectively.
During their wedding, Jane was 20 years old while her then-husband Zozzora was 35. After the marriage, Zozzora insisted she works in the film where he appeared as a co-producer.
But Zozzora’s working only as a B-production producer drastically hindered Jane’s career, and March confessed that she never got a chance to live up to her potential with her first husband.
The couple always had a very argumentative relationship and separated in 1999; however, their marriage finally ended when the two divorced in 2001.
Steven Waddington (Husband)
March reportedly married the co-star of “Tarzan and The Lost City” Steven Waddington in the early 2000s and has two sons with him.
Jane March gave an interview to the “Evening Standard” in 2010; she stated about time splitting between London, Paris, and Los Angeles and even has a home in North London.
After living a long year of professional life in the United States, the English actor returned to England in the mid of 2000s; however, the location of her residence gradually changed.
Jane March Net Worth
As estimated in 2022, the English actress Jane March’s net worth is estimated to be $2 million.
How old is Jane march?
Currently, Jane March is 50 years old.
What ethnicity is Jane March?
The English actress Jane March is Roman Catholic.
Where was Jane March born?
Jane March was born in Edgware, England.
When was Jane March Born?
Jane March was born on March 20, 1973.
What is the lover movie about?
The Lover movie is about the illicit affair between a French teenage girl and a wealthy Chinese man in 1929 French Indochina.