FORT WAYNE FIVE: Top Five Jane Seymour movies

Number 5: Seymour, far right, is showcased in this wildly popular James Bond series as the character "Solitare" in Live or Let Die, alongside Roger Moore, center, in this 1973 movie. It got a rating of 66% on rotten tomatoes. (Photo courtesy of
No. 4: Seymour, shown at right, starred alongside Tom Selleck, left, in Lassiter, a 1984 drama about a thief and his girlfriend who is forced by the FBI to steal diamonds from a German countress. It got a rating of 71% on rotten tomatoes. (Photo courtesy of
Number 3: Seymour, shown second from left, played Oksana in High Strung, a 2016 movie about a Midwest dancer on scholarship in New York City who had trouble fitting in. It got a rating of 75% on rotten tomatoes. (Photo courtesy of
Number 2: Seymour, far left, plays Kathleen Cleary, the mother of Rachel McAdams' character, starring along side Owen Wilson and Vince Vaughn in the 2005 comedy The Wedding Crashers. The film was a huge success at the box office, grossing $209.3 million. It got a rating of 76% on rotten tomatoes. (Photo courtes of
Number 1: Seymour appeared in The Velveteen Rabbit, a 2009 movie about a lonely boy who wins over his distant father and strict grandmother in this adaptation of this 1922 children's book writted by Margery Williams. It got a rating of 86% on rotten tomatoes. (Photo courtesy of

Actress Jane Seymour will be appearing as the keynote speaker for the 2018 Tapestry: A Day for You, event April 27 at Memorial Coliseum. Seymour may be best known for her role on the hit show Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman, the post Civil War drama which ran on CBS for 6 seasons from 1993 to 1998. While Seymour had a good run on the small screen as Dr. Quinn, including taking home a Golden Globe Award in 1996, she also has a pretty large catalog of roles on the big screen. The folks at Rotten Tomatoes rated her top five movies.