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Jane Asher

Jane Asher



United Kingdom

Age: 77

Born: 05 Apr, 1946

Known for

In Dancing on the Edge as Mrs. Luscombeas Mrs. Luscombe

in Dancing on the Edge
In Brideshead Revisited as Celia Ryderas Celia Ryder

in Brideshead Revisited
In The Old Guys as Sallyas Sally

in The Old Guys
In Children in Need as Presenteras Presenter

in Children in Need

TV Series Starring Jane Asher

Best Bakes EverBest Bakes Ever

Jane Asher brings together a selection of recipes from the nation's favorite television chefs. Whether its cakes, pies, puddings or main courses - this greatest hits of baking is a must watch.


Dancing on the EdgeDancing on the Edge
BBC Three, 2013 | Drama, Music, History
Rating: 1/5

Dancing on the Edge is a TV series set in London during the 1930s. It tells the story of a black jazz band and their fortunes. The series is set during a time of great change in London. It explores the challenges faced by the band as they navigate the social and political landscape of the era.


The Old GuysThe Old Guys
BBC One, 2009 | Comedy
Rating: 5/5

The Old Guys is a TV series about two pensioners, Tom and Roy. Roger Lloyd Pack and Clive Swift play the elderly duo who refuse to let their age slow them down. Despite their age, Tom and Roy are determined to enjoy life to the fullest. The show follows their adventures and misadventures as they navigate the challenges of growing old.


The PalaceThe Palace
ITV, 2008 | Drama
Rating: 1/5

Richard becomes King of England after his father's death, taking on a role he wasn't prepared for. His family and advisors help him navigate his new position. As he tries to become a suitable ruler, Richard must weigh the cost of duty against his personal desires in a tabloid culture that prioritizes sensation over love.


Wish Me LuckWish Me Luck

Wish Me Luck is a TV series that portrays the stories of brave civilian women who were recruited during World War II to work as Allied agents behind enemy lines. The series is a thrilling dramatisation of the ordeals that these women had to endure during their missions. It is a must-watch for anyone interested in the history of the war and the role that women played in it.


The MistressThe Mistress

Felicity Kendal is the other woman in Carla Lane's acclaimed bitter-sweet BBC sitcom following the ups and downs of an extra-marital affair. Maxine (Felicity Kendal) is a carefree young woman, always looking on the bright side of things. She runs a successful florist's shop. She's also having an affair with married man, Luke. Although their relationship is illicit and Maxine is occasionally troubled by guilt and insecurity, she is reluctant to end it. Hovering between them is Luke's wife, Helen (Jane Asher), who remains blissfully oblivious to her husband's extramarital activities.


Brideshead RevisitedBrideshead Revisited
ITV, 1981 | Drama, Romance
Rating: 3.8/5

During wartime, Captain Charles Ryder's infantry battalion is transferred to a new location. As they travel, they wonder where they are headed. Based on the novel by Evelyn Waugh, Brideshead Revisited follows Ryder's journey as he becomes entangled in the lives of the aristocratic Flyte family.


Children in NeedChildren in Need
BBC One, 1980 | Family, Variety
Rating: 5/5

Children in Need provide grants to projects in the UK which focus on children and young people who are disadvantaged. We are local to people in all corners of the UK and support small and large organizations which empower children and extend their life choices. The BBC Children in Need Appeal Night takes place every year in November. The Appeal show is a whole evening of entertainment on BBC One with celebrities singing, dancing, and doing all sorts of crazy things to help raise money.