For those who grew up in the 90s, “Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman” undoubtedly changed the TV viewing experience for many throughout the course of its six-season run. For the most part, Dr. Michaela “Mike” Quinn showed us that women could be just as successful as men in the field of medicine.

Of course, Dr. Mike’s (Jane Seymour) adventures always left us wanting more. But we can’t deny that her onscreen chemistry with her love interest Byron Sully (Joe Lando), made a lot of difference and always got us looking forward to fresh, new episodes.

Jane Seymour is known for starring in the James Bond movie “Live and Let Die.” She has also been cast in some critically acclaimed pieces, such as “Onassis: The Richest Man in the World” and the 1976 miniseries “Captains and the Kings,” the latter earning her an Emmy nomination and the former winning her an Emmy for Outstanding Supporting Actress In a Miniseries or a Special.

While her professional life has been a point of great success for Seymour, her personal life was filled with major upheavals. The star was already married three times when she got together with James Keach, an actor and filmmaker. Keach and Seymour had been married for 20 years before they split due to rumors of infidelity from Keach’s side in 2013. The couple split soon after.

Seymour, unfortunately, went through issues with an ex-husband in her past that left her in huge debt and homeless. However, she overcame every hardship thrown her way and eventually found love with none other than Lando before finding her current partner.

Jane Seymour (2002), (Paul Harris/Archive Photos via Getty Images)

Jane Seymour opened up to the Daily Mail in October 2019 about what happened during her split, covering a wide range of other subjects such as how she maintains her youthful looks, how she manages her professional life, and how she navigates her role as a mother and grandmother.

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