A multiple Emmy and Golden Globe winner, recipient of the Officer of the British Empire (OBE) in the year 2000, Jane Seymour has proven her talents in virtually all media, the Broadway stage, motion pictures and television. Her love of art and color has led to her great success as a painter in watercolors and oils and as a designer. For almost 50 years, Jane has taken on many roles as an actress, including the James Bond film Live and Let Die (1973), Somewhere In Time (1980), East of Eden (1981), Onassis: The Richest Man in the World (1988), War and Remembrance (1988),Wedding Crashers (2005), the American television series Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman (1993–1998), and Netflix’s Sandy Wexler (2017). However, the role that most defines Jane, is her life long work in philanthropy.

Actively involved in numerous charitable causes, Jane, along with filmmaker James Keach, founded the Open Hearts Foundation in 2010. The Open Hearts Foundation has fulfilled her dream of building a legacy dedicated to serving others, and empowering people to turn adversity into opportunity based on the open hearted philosophy of her mother Mieke Frankenberg, a World War II internment camp survivor. As a tribute to her mother, Jane donates a portion of the proceeds of Open Hearts artwork to the Foundation.