Jane Seymour James Keach Officially Divorced

TMZ.com is reporting that actress Jane Seymour and actor James Keach are now officially divorced, and Jane Seymour Divorcethere was a lot of property to divide, including Dodger tickets and ‘Dr. Quinn’ money.

According to the gossip news website…Jane and James, who were married for 22 years,  filed a settlement agreement with the court, leaving no doubt they’re rolling in dough.

Jane gets their Malibu home and their property in England.

She also gets a tax-free lump sum of $132,000 and in return he got season tickets to the L.A. Dodgers.

They’re splitting their membership at the ultra-exclusive Sherwood Country Club. And, they are splitting 100 gold South African Krugerrands and 100 Canadian Maple Leaf Coins. The coins are worth more than $1,000 a pop.

Seymour, who starred in “Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman” is not walking away with rights to her show. They’re splitting any future profits. Ditto any future profits from the movie, “Walk the Line,” which they produced.

This was the fourth marriage for the Dr Quinn, Medicine Woman star, who tied the knot with Keach in 1993.

James Keach (15 May 1993 – 12 April 2013) (divorced) (2 children)

David Flynn (18 July 1981 – 1992) (divorced) (2 children) Victor Geoffrey Planer (1977 – 1978) (divorced) Michael Attenborough (1971 – 1973) (divorced)
 Jane Seymour Trivia
  • Jane Seymour appeared in the music video and sang in the choir on the song “Voices That Care”.
  • Official celebrity spokesperson for UNICEF.
  • International Ambassador for Childhelp USA.
  • Honorary Chairperson for City Hearts.
  • Jane Seymour was awarded the OBE (Officer of the Order of British Empire) in the 1999 Queen’s New Years Honors List for her services to drama.
  • Her twin sons were named Johnny and Kris after family friends Johnny Cash and Christopher Reeve.
  • Ex-stepmother of Kalen Keach and Jennifer Flynn.
  • Her daughter, Katherine Flynn, was Miss Golden Globe 2001. Katie also attends Columbia University.
  • Jane and her husband James Keach own a 14th-century manor house outside Bath, England called St. Catherine’s Court. Cunard Lines offers a four-night stay at St. Catherine’s as an add-on to their Queen Elizabeth II cruises (They don’t say if you will actually meet Jane or James, though).
  • Oldest daughter of John Frankenberg and Mieke van Trigt. She has two younger sisters, named Sally and Anne Gould.
  • She is the daughter of a British obstetrician and his Dutch wife. Thanks to her mother, Miss Seymour is also able to speak Dutch very well, which she once briefly demonstrated in an interview with the Dutch television.
  • Her house was used for recording the album “OK Computer” by the rock band Radiohead.
  • Ex-sister-in-law of actor Stacy Keach.
  • Ex-daughter-in-law of actor Stacy Keach Sr., Richard Attenborough and Sheila Sim.
  • Received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame at 7000 Hollywood Boulevard in Hollywood, California on April 20, 1999.
  • Was one of two actresses to audition for the role of Meggie Cleary in the epic miniseries The Thorn Birds (1983). The other actress was Rachel Ward, who ended up winning the role because producers thought Jane was not “vulnerable” enough.
  • Her house was used for recording the album “Wild Mood Swings” by the rock band The Cure.
  • Despite her “very English” public image and stage name, she does not have English ancestry. Her father’s grandparents were all Polish Jews, while her mother was Dutch, from Deventer.
  • Became a United States citizen on February 11, 2005; wore a cream-colored suit to ceremony at the downtown Los Angeles Convention Center. She sat between more than a dozen United States military personnel who also received their citizenship.
  • Christopher Reeve was the godfather of her son Kristopher.
  • She and James Keach’s longtime friendship with June Carter Cash and Johnny Cash led to the Cashes guest-starring on Seymour’s television program Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman (1993) and to Keach producing the Cash biopic Walk the Line (2005).
  • Also known to her Canadian fans as an accomplished portrait artist.
  • Godfather of her son John was Johnny Cash.
  • She turned down the role of Natalie Jastrow Henry in War and Remembrance (1988) three times before finally accepting the role.
  • Had recently married her first husband, Michael Attenborough when she filmed Live and Let Die (1973). While filming it, she visited a psychic who predicted that she would be married three more times. Though the thought was a shock to her at the time, it proved to be eerily accurate.
  • Her mother, Mieke Frankenberg, recently suffered a stroke. [September 2007]
  • On October 2, 2007, her mother, Mieke Frankenberg, passed away at age 92 in England due to complications from a stroke. She was in a Japanese concentration camp during World War II for three and a half years.
  • One of her paintings was auctioned off at a high school benefit in Illinois.
  • Along with her husband James Keach, hosted the private wake for David Carradine at their home, which was attended by Steve Railsback, Sally Kirkland, James Cromwell, Vicki Roberts, Rob Schneider, Daryl Hannah and other luminaries.
  • Twin sons John and Christopher were featured as the Gerber babies in a series of baby food television commercials (1996/1997) that also featured mother Jane.
  • Spent a substantial part of her youth in the Dutch town of Vught, where her grandmother resided. In those years (1955-1965), she learned to speak Dutch fluently.
  • Jane Seymour has lent her name to a line of home furnishings from the AICO Furniture Group called “Hollywood Swank”. The line features bedroom and dining room groups made of white leather, gray “alligator print”, mirrored and jewel-lined furniture.
  • Her stage name was her own choice, after the third wife of Henry the VIII.
  • Gave birth to her first child at age 30, a daughter Katherine Jane Flynn (aka Katherine Flynn) on January 7, 1982. Child’s father is her now ex-third husband, David Flynn.
  • Gave birth to her second child at age 35, a son Sean Michael Flynn (aka Sean Flynn) on July 31, 1986. Child’s father is her now ex-third husband, David Flynn.
  • Gave birth to her twin sons (her third and fourth children) at age 44, John Stacy Keach and Kristopher Steven Keach on November 30, 1995. Child’s father is her now fourth estranged husband, James Keach.
  • Filed for legal separation from her fourth husband of 20 years James Keach following a 6-month-long separation. [October 2013]
  • Sold her beloved 14-century manor house St. Catherine’s Court, near Bath, England. [December 2007]
  • Competed on ABC’s Dancing with the Stars (2005), coming in at sixth place. [October 2007]
  • Came out with her “Open Hearts” jewelry collection. [December 2008]
  • Has starred opposite Hart Bochner in three miniseries: As his mother in East of Eden (1981), his would-be paramour in The Sun Also Rises (1984), and as his wife in War and Remembrance (1988).
  • She appeared in two films directed by her former father-in-law Richard Attenborough: Oh! What a Lovely War (1969) and Young Winston (1972).

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