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By Sloane Brown and Sloane Brown,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | October 13, 2002
If you had any doubt about how much Marylanders love equestrian sports, check these numbers. Some 5,000 folks attended the Columbia Classic Grand Prix, and more than 10,000 horse lovers posted at Shawan Downs for the Second Annual Legacy Chase recently. Columbia Classic's board chairwoman, Kathy Rensin, says the recent turnout was one of the highest in the jumping competition's 15-year history. And having movie and television star Jane Seymour as the grand marshal didn't hurt. "Jane Seymour was the consummate grand marshal," says Kathy, "she mixed and mingled the whole day, signing autographs.
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By CHRIS KALTENBACH | March 3, 2009
Starring Timothy Bottoms, Jane Seymour, Hart Bochner. Directed by Harvey Hart. Released by Acorn Media. $59.99. *** (3 STARS) Jane Seymour is sexy, sultry and downright scary in this TV miniseries adaptation of John Steinbeck's East of Eden, a tale of sibling rivalry and hard-fought redemption among two northern California families in the first part of the 20th century. More faithful to Steinbeck's novel than director Elia Kazan's 1955 film version (which helped make a legend of James Dean)
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By Chris Kaltenbach and Chris Kaltenbach,Sun Movie Critic | July 24, 2005
What's a nice girl like Jane Seymour doing in a bawdy comedy like Wedding Crashers, playing a sexually rapacious middle-aged mom unafraid to say or do anything? Having a blast, it turns out. Not to mention torpedoing some preconceived notions people may have about an actress who's best known for playing a frontier doctor for six seasons on the family-friendly CBS series Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman. Wedding Crashers stars Owen Wilson and Vince Vaughn as two arrested adolescents who make a hobby of showing up at weddings uninvited, determined to be the life of the party and dedicated to bedding as many beautiful women as possible.
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November 17, 2005
On November 15, 2005, MARY JANE SEYMOUR, beloved wife of the late William W. Seymour, devoted mother of Regina A. Bockstie and the late Thomas L. and Richard J. Seymour, cherished grandmother of five and great-grandmother of nine; dear sister of William, Helen and John Molloy and the late Margaret Wright. Friends may call at the family owned Evans Chapel of Memories - Parkville 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 PM Friday. A funeral liturgy will be held 10AM Saturday at St. Isaac Jogues Catholic Church, Old Harford Rd., Parkville.
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By Sandy Alexander and Sandy Alexander,sun reporter | September 21, 2005
Actress Jane Seymour will serve as honorary chairwoman of the Columbia Classic Grand Prix on Saturday, adding a touch of Hollywood to the daylong, show-jumping event, which raises funds for scholarships at Howard Community College. Seymour, who has returned to the acting spotlight recently with roles in the film Wedding Crashers and the television show Smallville, is also an accomplished artist who will show her work at the event and at Gallerie Elan in Ellicott City and Bethesda. She was honorary chairwoman of the 2002 event and, she said, "I loved it. My daughters used to do hunter/jumper [competitions]
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November 17, 2005
On November 15, 2005, MARY JANE SEYMOUR, beloved wife of the late William W. Seymour, devoted mother of Regina A. Bockstie and the late Thomas L. and Richard J. Seymour, cherished grandmother of five and great-grandmother of nine; dear sister of William, Helen and John Molloy and the late Margaret Wright. Friends may call at the family owned Evans Chapel of Memories - Parkville 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 PM Friday. A funeral liturgy will be held 10AM Saturday at St. Isaac Jogues Catholic Church, Old Harford Rd., Parkville.
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By Tricia Bishop and Tricia Bishop,Sun Staff | March 17, 2002
It's been a busy year for Tanya Brown. In January 2001, the runway model and Gaithersburg resident started Fine Art Color, a cosmetic company she launched with four shades of lip gloss. By November, she'd added holiday colors and was selling the glosses from her own Web site (fineartcolor.com), from beauty.com and from Nordstrom in Montgomery Mall. Now, she's just introduced five new colors for spring (for a total of 14) and inked a deal to start retailing from Nordstrom in Columbia, too. Not a bad route for your first product.
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By Lori Sears and Lori Sears,SUN STAFF | August 1, 2004
Just call Jane Seymour a Renaissance woman. The Broadway, film and TV actress, author, mother of six, lecturer, painter, fashion designer and, most recently, home-decor maven, has been plenty busy since her Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman days. Most recently, Seymour partnered with Saks Department Store Group to create the Jane Seymour St. Catherine's Court Home Collection in 2003, a line of furniture and textiles inspired by the gardens and interiors of St. Catherine's, her 14th-century manor house in Bath, England.
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By David Bianculli and David Bianculli,Special to The Sun | December 10, 1994
Last year, and for several years before that, "It's a Wonderful Life" was all over the tube -- not only because it was the Christmas season and a charming holiday classic, but because its broadcast rights had slipped into the public domain, and local stations and cable networks could show it without paying a single penny of retransmission fees. (Ho ho ho.) But in making a newly restored and uncut print of the 1946 Frank Capra classic, the rights were restored as well, so only NBC has the rights to show the film this year.
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By CHRIS KALTENBACH | March 3, 2009
Starring Timothy Bottoms, Jane Seymour, Hart Bochner. Directed by Harvey Hart. Released by Acorn Media. $59.99. *** (3 STARS) Jane Seymour is sexy, sultry and downright scary in this TV miniseries adaptation of John Steinbeck's East of Eden, a tale of sibling rivalry and hard-fought redemption among two northern California families in the first part of the 20th century. More faithful to Steinbeck's novel than director Elia Kazan's 1955 film version (which helped make a legend of James Dean)
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By Sandy Alexander and Sandy Alexander,sun reporter | September 21, 2005
Actress Jane Seymour will serve as honorary chairwoman of the Columbia Classic Grand Prix on Saturday, adding a touch of Hollywood to the daylong, show-jumping event, which raises funds for scholarships at Howard Community College. Seymour, who has returned to the acting spotlight recently with roles in the film Wedding Crashers and the television show Smallville, is also an accomplished artist who will show her work at the event and at Gallerie Elan in Ellicott City and Bethesda. She was honorary chairwoman of the 2002 event and, she said, "I loved it. My daughters used to do hunter/jumper [competitions]
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By Chris Kaltenbach and Chris Kaltenbach,Sun Movie Critic | July 24, 2005
What's a nice girl like Jane Seymour doing in a bawdy comedy like Wedding Crashers, playing a sexually rapacious middle-aged mom unafraid to say or do anything? Having a blast, it turns out. Not to mention torpedoing some preconceived notions people may have about an actress who's best known for playing a frontier doctor for six seasons on the family-friendly CBS series Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman. Wedding Crashers stars Owen Wilson and Vince Vaughn as two arrested adolescents who make a hobby of showing up at weddings uninvited, determined to be the life of the party and dedicated to bedding as many beautiful women as possible.
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By Chris Kaltenbach and Chris Kaltenbach,SUN MOVIE CRITIC | July 15, 2005
For Jennifer Collinson, it was the realization of a dream, appearing as an anonymous extra in a Hollywood movie. "It was so thrilling," Collinson, 30, says at a preview screening of Wedding Crashers, set up so the local cast and crew involved with the film - much of it was shot on the Eastern Shore last summer, in and around St. Michaels - could see what they had been working so hard on. Collinson, a music and drama teacher at Arundel Bay Christian Academy...
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By Lori Sears and Lori Sears,SUN STAFF | August 1, 2004
Just call Jane Seymour a Renaissance woman. The Broadway, film and TV actress, author, mother of six, lecturer, painter, fashion designer and, most recently, home-decor maven, has been plenty busy since her Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman days. Most recently, Seymour partnered with Saks Department Store Group to create the Jane Seymour St. Catherine's Court Home Collection in 2003, a line of furniture and textiles inspired by the gardens and interiors of St. Catherine's, her 14th-century manor house in Bath, England.
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By Diane Werts and Diane Werts,NEWSDAY | February 19, 2004
The DVD box for the new release of ABC's classic 1980s miniseries The Thorn Birds says it all. "Love. Unattainable. Forbidden. Forever." Sucked in yet? Millions of viewers were, 20 years ago, when ambitious priest Richard Chamberlain lusted after a child beauty in rural Australia who grew up to be hot number Rachel Ward. This lush eight-hour epic, beautifully shot "on location" a few miles from Hollywood in Simi Valley, was packed with all the will-they, won't-they obstacles that made romantics swoon over love-laden miniseries.
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By Sloane Brown and Sloane Brown,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | October 13, 2002
If you had any doubt about how much Marylanders love equestrian sports, check these numbers. Some 5,000 folks attended the Columbia Classic Grand Prix, and more than 10,000 horse lovers posted at Shawan Downs for the Second Annual Legacy Chase recently. Columbia Classic's board chairwoman, Kathy Rensin, says the recent turnout was one of the highest in the jumping competition's 15-year history. And having movie and television star Jane Seymour as the grand marshal didn't hurt. "Jane Seymour was the consummate grand marshal," says Kathy, "she mixed and mingled the whole day, signing autographs.
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By Mike Duffy and Mike Duffy,Knight-Ridder News Service | January 1, 1993
They should have just called it "Martha Welby, M.D."Because in "Dr. Quinn: Medicine Woman," Jane Seymour is your basic whirling medical dervish and miracle worker. She's Dr. Michaela "Mike" Quinn, a Welbyesque wonder and a politically correct frontier feminist to boot.And, yes, you'd better pass that rubber brick real fast. I feel like hurling."Dr. Quinn: Medicine Woman" debuts with a two-hour episode at tonight on WBAL (Channel 11) before moving into its regular weekly time slot at 8 p.m. Saturday.
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May 21, 1998
CBS cancelled some big-name series yesterday as it rolled out its fall schedule for advertisers in New York.David Caruso ("Michael Hayes"), Tom Selleck ("The Closer"), Jane Seymour ("Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman"), Cybill Shepherd ("Cybill"), Bob Newhart and Judd Hirsch ("George & Leo") all got pink slips, along with Steven Bochco's heavily-promoted "Brooklyn South."Bryant Gumbel's newsmagazine, "Public Eye," also got the ax, but Gumbel will remain a prominent player at the network, according to Les Moonves, president of CBS Entertainment.
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By Tricia Bishop and Tricia Bishop,Sun Staff | March 17, 2002
It's been a busy year for Tanya Brown. In January 2001, the runway model and Gaithersburg resident started Fine Art Color, a cosmetic company she launched with four shades of lip gloss. By November, she'd added holiday colors and was selling the glosses from her own Web site (fineartcolor.com), from beauty.com and from Nordstrom in Montgomery Mall. Now, she's just introduced five new colors for spring (for a total of 14) and inked a deal to start retailing from Nordstrom in Columbia, too. Not a bad route for your first product.
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May 21, 1998
CBS cancelled some big-name series yesterday as it rolled out its fall schedule for advertisers in New York.David Caruso ("Michael Hayes"), Tom Selleck ("The Closer"), Jane Seymour ("Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman"), Cybill Shepherd ("Cybill"), Bob Newhart and Judd Hirsch ("George & Leo") all got pink slips, along with Steven Bochco's heavily-promoted "Brooklyn South."Bryant Gumbel's newsmagazine, "Public Eye," also got the ax, but Gumbel will remain a prominent player at the network, according to Les Moonves, president of CBS Entertainment.
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