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Jane March Horwood was born on the 20th March 1973, in Edgware, London, England, and is a film and television actress, and former model, probably best known for her role as Rose in the erotic thriller “Color of the Night” (1994). Her acting career began in 1992.
Have you ever wondered how rich Jane March is, as of early 2017? According to authoritative sources, it has been estimated that March’s net worth is as high as $2 million, an amount earned through her successful career in acting and modeling.
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Jane March is of mixed heritage – her teacher father Bernard Horwood has Spanish and English ancestry, while she is Vietnamese and Chinese on her mother’s side. She was noticed at the age of 14 after winning the local modeling contest called “Become a Model”, after which she continued modeling, before embarking on a career in acting five years later. She was discovered by French director Jean-Jacques Annaud, who saw her photographs in “Just Seventeen” magazine, and hired her to play the lead female role in his 1992 movie, “The Lover” (“L’Amant” in the original), a dramatic adaptation of the 1984 semi-autobiographical novel of the same name, written by Margaret Duras. The film was critically praised and commercially successful, though it drew its fair share of controversy due to the youth of its main actress, March, and the depiction of full-frontal nudity. This was in part due to the directors desire to promote the film by flaming the rumors that the sex scenes were not simulated. Consequently, March was dubbed as “Sinner from the Pinner” by the general public, for her participation in the film.
Her most famous role was in the 1994 Bruce Willis vehicle, “Color of the Night”, also starring Ruben Blades, Lesley Ann Warren, Brad Dourif and Lance Henriksen, but although it was both a box office flop and critical failure, winning the Golden Raspberry Award for Worst Film in 1995, it also won a Golden Globe Award that year, for Best Original Song. Following this, March starred in the independent film “Never Ever” (1996), along with Charles Finch and Sandrine Bonnaire. She also played the main role in the 1998 action thriller “Provocateur”. Accidently or not, March often appeared in film adaptations of folk tales and novels, so starred in the action film “Tarzan and the Lost City” (1998), and the fantasy movies “Beauty and the Beast” (2005), “Grimm’s Snow White” (2012), and “Jack the Giant Killer” (2013). She also played the Greek goddess Hestia in the 2010 box office hit “Clash of the Titans”, starring Sam Worthington, Gemma Arterton, Mads Mikkelsen, Ralph Fiennes, and Liam Neeson.
March has ventured to the small screen a couple of times, guest-starring in the Canadian TV show “Relic Hunter” (2000), as well as in the anthology series “Dark Realm” (2001). She also played Dracula’s bride Lidia in the television film “Dark Prince: The True Story of Dracula” (2000). In recent years she appeared in the 2014 English crime comedy-drama “Flim: The Movie”, and then in “Party Pieces” in 2015.
Regarding her private life, March married Carmine Zazzora, one of the producers from “Color of the Night”, during the filming, with Bruce Willis serving as the best man, and his then-wife Demi Moore taking the mantle of maid of honor. Their marriage lasted from 1994 to 2001, though they separated in 1997. Jane is apparently still single.
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|Flim: The Movie||2014||'Herself'|
|Jack the Giant Killer||2013||Serena|
|The Sweeter Side of Life||2013||TV Movie||Lana|
|Grimm's Snow White||2012||Video||Queen Gwendolyn|
|Ba li bao bei||2011||Emma|
|Clash of the Titans||2010||Hestia|
|My Last Five Girlfriends||2009||Olive|
|Il mercante di pietre||2006||Leda|
|Blood of Beasts||2005||Freya|
|Dark Realm||2001||TV Series||Sharon Steppling|
|Dark Prince: The True Story of Dracula||2000||TV Movie||Lidia|
|Relic Hunter||2000||TV Series||Suzanne|
|Provocateur||1998||Sook Hee / Miya|
|Tarzan and the Lost City||1998||Jane Porter|
|Never Ever||1996||Amanda Trevane Murray|
|Color of Night||1994||Rose|
|The Lover||1992||The Young Girl|
|Die Geschichte des erotischen Films||2004||TV Movie documentary|
|Joe Bob's Drive-In Theater||1995||TV Series||The Young Girl|
|Year||Award||Ceremony||Nomination||Movie||Award shared with|
|1992||Bambi||Bambi Awards||Best Young Actress||L'amant (1992)|
|Year||Award||Ceremony||Nomination||Movie||Award shared with|
|1995||Razzie Award||Razzie Awards||Worst Actress||Color of Night (1994)|
|1995||Razzie Award||Razzie Awards||Worst Supporting Actor||Color of Night (1994)|
|1994||Stinker Award||The Stinkers Bad Movie Awards||Worst Actress||Color of Night (1994)|
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|1||Was a successful model as a teenager. Won a "Become a Model" contest when she was 14. At age 15 she decided to try modeling despite being 5'2" (1.57m) and was landing magazine assignments.|
|2||Maxim magazine named her sex scenes in Color of Night (1994) as the best sex scenes ever in film history.|
|3||Is great friends with The Lover (1992) director Jean-Jacques Annaud. However, this was not always so. When The Lover (1992) was released, false rumours of her having real love scenes with co-star Tony Ka Fai Leung circulated, and she felt abandoned and exploited by Annaud for never putting an end to the speculation, which even fueled the rumours and gained huge publicity for the film. This led to March having a nervous breakdown, in which the producer of The Lover (1992) recognised what was happening and sent her to the Seychelles for a week. March never spoke to Annaud for 10 years, until his apology to her in 2003.|
|4||[6 May 1993] Engaged to Carmine Zozzora.|
|5||March's parents, living in Pinner, England, were unaware she was marrying Carmine Zozzora. Her parents had never met Zozzora, a millionaire Hollywood producer and 15 years March's senior, and only learned about him and her marriage when March telephoned them.|
|6||Auditioned for the film The Lover (1992) in Paris on her 17th birthday. Was 18 years old when she shot the film, and 19 when it was released in Britain in 1992. She was hired by French film director Jean-Jacques Annaud who, on his search for an actress to play the film's lead, liked her look when Annaud's wife Laurence first spotted March's picture on the cover of Just Seventeen magazine. Prior to this film, March had no acting experience but was already a top model at the time of her motion-picture debut, having modeled for fashion magazines and on television since she was 15.|
|7||Used five body doubles for her love scenes in The Lover (1992), while co-star Tony Ka Fai Leung used only two body doubles.|
|8||While filming Color of Night (1994), opposite Bruce Willis, she fell in love with one of the film's producers, Carmine Zozzora. Just two months after their first date, he proposed on May 6, 1993 and they flew by private jet to Lake Tahoe, marrying in the Dream-Maker wedding chapel on June 14. She was only 20, he was 35 and a Hollywood millionaire hotshot. They were married in a hurry during an 8-hour break from filming Color of Night (1994). March wore a white t-shirt and jeans at the 11-minute ceremony. Friends Bruce Willis and Demi Moore were the witnesses; Willis was also the best man and Moore was maid of honor. Instead of having a honeymoon, March went back to filming Color of Night (1994). Besides being a producer on the film, Zozzora was also the head of Bruce Willis' production company Flying Heart. After they were married, Zozzora put March in another film, the 1996 spy thriller Provocateur (1998) for which he was executive producer. After a whirlwind marriage, the two separated in 1997 and finally divorced in 2001.|
|9||Her mother's name is Jean.|
|10||Her father Bernard Horwood is a teacher in design and technology at a secondary school.|
|11||Model and actress.|
|12||After the release of The Lover (1992), Jane was quickly dubbed 'The Sinner from Pinner'. The nickname remained for many years because The Lover (1992) at the time was considered to be quite a shocking film. Pinner was the staid London suburb where she grew up.|
|13||Is the new spokesmodel of Chopard jewelry. |
|14||Her father is English of Spanish descent and her mother is Vietnamese/ Chinese.|
|15||Has a brother named Jason (b. 1970).|
|1||[on modelling]: "I was very ambitious. It all started because my first boyfriend dumped me when I was 14. I'd always wanted to be a model and thought, 'Right, he's going to see me everywhere.' I was relentless in my pursuit of modelling. It was revenge."|
|2||[Referring to The Lover (1992) rumours]: "The suggestion that I'd slept with Tony Ka Fai Leung on set was a disgusting allegation. Jean-Jacques Annaud had a lot to do with that - he was trying to promote the film. Now, I would handle things very differently, but back then - when I was in the middle of it, and a kid, really - it was very, very hard. I felt exploited by him. He never dispelled the rumours. He would walk into a room and be ambiguous, which ignited the fire. Everywhere I went in the world, the rumour followed me. After that, Jean-Jacques Annaud and I lost contact for a number of years."|
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