Jane March Horwood is a British theater, film and television actress and former model. She became widely known for her roles in the films "The Color of the Night", "Tarzan and the Lost City", "Prince Dracula".
The creative biography of the performer began at the age of 14. She became the winner of the beauty contest Become a Model, after which she signed a contact with the modeling agency Storm Model Management.
Jane came to the cinema in the early 1990s, playing in the film "Lover". The actress has more than 20 roles in television and film projects. She also participated in many popular TV shows and programs, including: "Cesar Night", "Stories of Erotic Films".
Jane was born in England in the spring of 1973. Her father worked as a teacher at a school, her mother worked as a newspaper seller, was engaged in housekeeping and raising two children. Jane has a brother, Jason. He is currently working as a landscape designer.
Her ancestors on her father's side were from England and Spain, and on her mother's side - from China and Vietnam. Such a mixture of blood endowed the girl with a very attractive, unusual appearance and short stature.
March spent her childhood in Edver. There she received her secondary education and began her modeling career.
When she turned 14, Jane went to the casting of a local beauty pageant. There were a huge number of applicants for participation, but the girl passed the selection and eventually became the winner of the Become a Model competition. After that, she was offered a contract with the famous agency Storm Model Management, where she worked for several years under the name March. This is her middle name, given by her parents in honor of the birth of her daughter. She was born in the spring month of March and received the name Jane March.
Before starting her career as an actress, the girl starred for fashion magazines and her photographs often appeared on the covers. There Jane was noticed by the wife of the director of the movie "The Lover". She invited the girl to be cast for the main role. From that moment, Jane's career in cinema began.
March made his screen debut in 1991 in Jean-Jacques Annaud's biographical drama The Lover. The plot of the film was set in Saigon in the 1930s. A wealthy Chinese man meets a very young French woman. She reciprocates his feelings, but the girl's parents are categorically against this relationship. But even they are not able to resist their love.
The film was nominated for an Oscar in the category "Best Cinematography", and also received four nominations for the Saturn Award and the award for Best Soundtrack.
There were many rumors about the film, because erotic scenes were present in it, and the leading role was at that time only 17 years old. Jane later said that she repeatedly stated that all love scenes were performed by stunt doubles, of which she had five. The actress herself did not participate in them. But the director did not refute the rumors that appeared, which were spread by the media. He tried to create a certain excitement around the picture and draw attention to it. Only many years later did Anno publicly apologize to Jane.
The next major role was waiting for Jane in the erotic thriller directed by Richard Rush "Color of the Night", where she played Rose. The famous Bruce Willis became her partner on the set.
After receiving the script, Jane was not happy with the plot and in general she did not like the script. But she could not refuse filming with Willis. It was a good chance for the young actress to make her mark in Hollywood.
The film is set in Los Angeles. Psychiatrist Bill Capa falls into the deepest depression after the tragic incident that happened in his office. The patient threw herself out of the window right in front of him. Since then, the image of a girl has constantly haunted Bill. He begins to suffer from psychosomatic color blindness, which prevents him from seeing red. Then he decides to go to his friend and colleague Bob Moore for group therapy sessions. But Bob is killed in his own office. And then Capa decides to reveal the secret of the death of a friend.
The film flopped at the box office and received 9 nominations for the Golden Raspberry anti-award. But at the same time, he became one of the most popular for viewing on videotapes and entered the TOP-20 list. The love scene of the main characters was voted "the best sex scene in the history of cinema" by Maxim magazine.
In 1998, March starred in the thriller "Provocateur" directed by Jim Donovan. The film is set in the United States. A North Korean agent, a woman named Suk Hee, is trying to infiltrate NATO's counterintelligence department. To do this, she pretends to be a nanny and is hired to work in the family of the commander of a US naval base.
In her later career, the actress had roles in well-known projects: Tarzan and the Lost City, Antiquity Hunters, Prince Dracula, The Legend of the Beast, Five of My Ex-Girlfriends, Clash of the Titans, Will, "Snow White and the Prince of Elves", "Cupcake in the Big City", "Jack the Giantslayer".
During the filming of The Color of the Night, Jane began dating Hollywood millionaire and one of the film's producers, Carmine Zozzor.
After a couple of months, Carmine proposed to the girl and they, having rented a private jet, went to Lake Tahoe. There, in the Dreamm-Maker chapel, a wedding ceremony took place. It was attended by Jane's co-star Bruce Willis, who became best man, and his wife Demi Moore was a bridesmaid.
But this happy marriage did not last long. In 1997, the couple announced their separation. They officially divorced in 2001.
A few years later, March met actor Stephen Waddington, married him and gave birth to a son.