HOLLYWOOD — Jane Seymour has been named outstanding female actress by the Monte Carlo Television Festival, which will honor the thesp for her international appeal.
Star of CBS’ six-season skein “Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman,” Seymour joins other fest honorees — David E. Kelley and Roger Moore (best showman and actor of the year, respectively) — in Monte Carlo’s inaugural Golden Nymph nods for excellence in entertainment, to be presented by Prince Albert of Monaco Feb. 23.
Seymour’s acting credits also include a Emmy-winning perf as the Duchess of Windsor in the TV movie “The Women He Loved” and appearances in the telepics “Enslavement: The Fanny Kemble Story,” “Murder in the Mirror” and “Dr. Quinn: the Movie.”
Seymour serves as an ambassador for advocacy group Childhelp USA and is the honorary chair for another child-rights org, City Hearts. She is also developing future film projects through her husband James Keach’s Catfish Prods.