Jane Seymour Young: Then-And-Now Photos Of The Timeless Screen Beauty
From Bond Girl to Medicine Woman, Jane Seymour has been a familiar face on TV and in movies since the '70s. The role that made her famous was that of Solitaire in the 1973 007 movie Live and Let Die, Roger Moore's James Bond debut. From there, Seymour was off on a whirlwind of productions of every kind of genre -- fantasy (the Ray Harryhausen movie Sinbad and the Eye of the Tiger, 1977), science fiction (Battlestar Galactica, 1978), comedy (Oh Heavenly Dog with Chevy Chase, 1980) and literature (East of Eden and The Scarlet Pimpernel, 1981 and 1982). Seymour, who does not appear to age at all, continues to act to this day, with a recent stint in the acclaimed Netflix series The Kominsky Method.