Jane March

Birthday:

03/20/1973

Place of birth:

Edgware, London, England, UK:

Biography:

March was born Jane March Horwood in Edgware, London. Her father, Bernard Horwood, is a secondary school teacher of English and Spanish ancestry. Her mother, Jean, is Vietnamese and Chinese. March has one brother. At age 14, March won a local "Become a Model" contest. She signed with Storm Model Management and began working as a print model using her middle name March, which was also her birth month. After being spotted on the cover of Just Seventeen by French director Jean-Jacques Annaud, she was chosen to play the female lead in his film The Lover (1992), based on a semi autobiographical novel by Marguerite Duras. Two years after The Lover (1992), she co-starred with Bruce Willis in the erotic thriller Color of Night (1994), directed by Richard Rush. She later said, "I didn't like the script at all, but it was a Bruce Willis film and I wasn't going to turn it down". While Color of Night (1994) was in production, March began dating the film's co-producer Carmine Zozzora. The couple married in June 1993 in an 11-minute ceremony at which Bruce Willis was the best man and Demi Moore was the maid of honor. They separated in 1997 and finally divorced in 2001.


Film Credits

Scream Queens: Horror Heroines Exposed (2014)
as Herself
The Sweeter Side of Life (2013)
as Lana
Jack the Giant Killer (2013)
as Sirena
Grimm's Snow White (2012)
as Queen Gwendolyn
Stalker (2010)
as Linda
Clash of the Titans (2010)
as Hestia
Il mercante di pietre (2006)
as Leda
Blood of Beasts (2005)
as Freya
Dark Prince: The True Story of Dracula (2000)
as Lidia
Provocateur (1998)
as Sook Hee / Miya
Tarzan and the Lost City (1998)
as Jane Porter
Never Ever (1997)
as Amanda Trevane Murray
Color of Night (1994)
as Rose
L'Amant (1992)
as The Young Girl