Jane March Biography
The life of the young Jane March has never been easy. When she was thirteen, she worked as a newspaper girl to earn a little amount. However, fate has been good enough to her that when she turned 15, she was given the chance to do some modeling jobs in her native land. She has been seen on commercials and local prints.
She made her debut on films in 1992 when she portrayed a hot and daring role as a French School girl who got involved with a wealthy aging Chinese man during the French Colonization of Vietnam in 1929. In 1994, her big break came when she starred opposite the famous Hollywood actor Bruce Willis in the sexy thriller Color of the Night. In this film, she played a mysterious character who has been disguising under three names; Rose, Richie and Bonnie.
Although this film marked her rise to fame, she was not able to escape negative criticisms which include a Worst Actress nomination in the Razzie Award. However her consolation here is that she was able to find a new husband in the person of one of the films producers. She also did not give up in spite of those criticisms and continued making films.
In 1997, she starred in another passionate film alongside Sandrine Bonnaire, which is entitled Circle of Passion. In 1998, she portrayed the role of Jane in the film Tarzan and the Lost City. That same year, she starred in the movie Provocateur, where she played as a secret agent who has fallen in love with the target of her latest mission. In the year 2000, she starred in the film Dark Prince: The True Story of Dracula opposite Rudolph Martin.
She has not done many films but she has marked her name in the hearts of the people in her homeland and in Hollywood as well.