Jane Seymour

BORN: 2/15/51, Middlesex, England

INDUCTED: 2005, 84-percent majority

Many Hair Fans appreciate long styles, yet may not always realize the effort involved in keeping long hair in good shape. Jane Seymour has proven for decades she has not only good natural hair, but the ability to keep it looking great -- even when it reaches to her waist.

Seymour first gained fame in a series of theatrical and TV movies, then displayed her long locks weekly on the TV series Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman. She expanded from there to designing fashions, writing books and bringing up six children -- yet through it all, she's trimmed her hair only a few inches. She can add curls or a light wave, and even show bangs at the forehead. But whatever she does, it's a rare day when her style is a mess on camera.

Seymour still displayed a long style in the 2005 movie Wedding Crashers -- only chest-length, and with bangs for control. It was still impressive enough that normally straight-laced talk show host Tavis Smiley could not resist asking about her "famous mane." Seymour replied she has an easy style to care for. Her ability to make fabulous hair look easy still brings admiration and attention, well past age 50.

FOR MORE PICTURES, VIDEO AND STYLING TIPS: Seymour's official web site


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