When this photograph of the lovely Jane Seymour was taken in the early 1970s, the British-born actress was still a fresh face in Hollywood with her star on the rise. She appeared in an uncredited role as an extra in the 1969 musical, Oh! What a Lovely War as her screen debut before tackling a leading role in a TV series, The Onedin Line. In 1973, she was cast as a Bond girl, Solitaire, in Live and Let Die. With her long, straight hair, charming accent, and classic good looks, Seymour was often cast in period pieces and romances, including East of Eden, The Woman He Loved, Somewhere in Time, and War and Remembrance.