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Jane Seymour: It's A Rough Day At The Office

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Jane Seymour guest-stars as a rather randy book publisher on the TBS comedy series, "Men At Work." but it's her appearance on a recent magazine cover that's got people taking notice.

Jane, who's 62, poses in a hot pink bikini on the January 13 cover of "Closer Weekly."  Yes, she's 62 and yes, she looks great in a bikini.

Jane tells the magazine that she hasn't gone to extraordinary lengths in an effort to maintain her youthful appearance.    "God, I'm in better shape now in some ways than I was when I was doing the Bond film," says Seymour, who starred in "Live and Let Die" back in 1973.  "I don't do major fasts or work out crazily every day. I hope I can inspire people! I just want to be as healthy as I can be for as long as I can."

Jane says she exercises for an hour a day, three days a week and that she does a combination of spinning, light weights and Gyrotonics, a machine-based method that blends stretching and strengthening exercises.  "The best thing about being 62 is being alive and healthy!" she says.

Jane Seymour joins Steve Edwards and Lisa Breckenridge on Good Day L.A.

Fun Facts About Jane Seymour: (Source: Wikipedia)

1) She is an English actress best known for her performances in the James Bond film Live and Let Die (1973), Somewhere In Time (1980), East of Eden (1981), Onassis: The Richest Man in the World (1988), War and Remembrance (1988), the 1989 political thriller La Révolution française as the ill-fated queen Marie Antoinette, Wedding Crashers (2005), and the American television series Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman (1993–1998). She has earned an Emmy Award, two Golden Globe Awards, and a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. She was made an officer of the Order of the British Empire in 2000.

2) In 1969, Seymour appeared uncredited in her first film, Richard Attenborough's Oh! What a Lovely War. In 1970, Seymour appeared in her first major film role in the war drama The Only Way. She played Lillian Stein, a Jewish woman seeking shelter from Nazi persecution. In 1973, she gained her first major television role as Emma Callon in the successful 1970s series The Onedin Line. During this time, she appeared as female lead Prima in the two-part television miniseries Frankenstein: The True Story. She also appeared as Winston Churchill's lover Pamela Plowden in Young Winston, produced by her father-in-law Richard Attenborough.

3) In 1973, Seymour achieved international fame in her role as Bond girl Solitaire in the James Bond film Live and Let Die. IGN ranked her as 10th in a Top 10 Bond Babes list. In 1975, Seymour was cast as Princess Farah in Sinbad and the Eye of the Tiger, the third part of Ray Harryhausen's Sinbad trilogy. The film was not released until its stop motion animation sequences had been completed in 1977. In 1978, she appeared as Serina in the Battlestar Galactica film, and then later in the first five episodes of the television series that followed.

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‘Men At Work' airs Wednesday night at 10:00pm on TBS.

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