About Jane: Actress

Jane starred on Broadway at Lincoln Center in Reminiscences of Mozart by His Sister, her own one woman play, which was commissioned by the Kennedy Center in Washington D.C. where she initially performed it. Her first starring role on Broadway was in Morning Noon & Night, three one-act plays written by Israel Horowitz, Terrence McNally and Leonard Melfi.

Off-Broadway in New York, Jane starred in two more of her one woman plays: Miriam’s Dance as Moses’ sister, and, Dear Nobody as Fanny Burney, the Eighteenth Century English novelist. Both plays were produced in Los Angeles. Dear Nobody was also produced for CBS’ Camera Three, and toured to London and to festival and Universities throughout the United States.

Also Off-Broadway Jane starred in her own three-character play, Jane Avril as well as in All Through the House at the Manhattan Theatre Club, directed by Lynn Meadow, and in Creamcheese at the American Place Theatre, directed by Isaiah Sheffer.

Farther Off-Broadway, at the Spoleto Festival, in Italy, she appeared in Painting on Wood by Ingmar Bergman, directed by Louis Malle, and in her own play Bats in the Belfry: A Modern Morality in Three Pieces, directed by Roscoe Lee Browne. In Washington D.C. she played Rosalind in a musical version of As You Like It, and in 1976 played six roles in Lewis and Clark, the improvisational bicentennial extravaganza by Arthur Kopit.

Her television credits include: ER, The Heidi Chronicles, Beverly Hills 90210, The Disappearance of Christina, Bloodlines, Afterburn, Murder She Wrote, Norman and the Killer, Brothers, Falcon Crest (one year), Knots Landing (six months), Victims for Victims: The Theresa Saldana Story, and 79 Park Avenue.

Her film credits include: Rocky I, II, V, Arachnophobia, There Goes the Neighborhood, True Identitiy, Buckaroo Banzai, One Night Stand (directed by Talia Shire) and Coming Apart (directed by Milton Moses Gingsburg).


"A dazzling display of versatility, surpassing charm and subtlety."

Will Tusher,
The Hollywood Reporter