Jane Asher is an English actress, author and businessman. She gained popularity as a child actress and has been active in film and television throughout her career. Asher has appeared in TV shows and films such as Deep End, The Masque of the Red Death, Alfie, The Mistress, Crossroad, Death at a Funeral, and The Old Guys. She also appeared in two episodes of the 1950s television series The Buccaneers alongside Robert Shaw. She is also known for providing specialty cakes and cooking utensils, and has published three bestselling novels. She was an important figure in British arts and entertainment culture in the 1960s and was widely known as Beatle Paul McCartney's girlfriend and muse.
|Born||April 5, 1946, London, England|
|Occupation||Actress, author, entrepreneur|
British child star who developed a successful career in film, appearing in Deep End in 1970 and Alfie in 1966.
She made her acting debut in the 1952 film Mandy.
She starred opposite of Laurence Olivier in A Voyage Round My Father.
She married illustrator Gerald Scarfe in 1981 and she has three children named Katie, Alexander and Rory. Her siblings are radio actress Clare Asher and Peter Asher, a record producer and a member of Peter and Gordon.
She maintained a relationship with Paul McCartney from 1963 to 1968.
Those who were educated at Queen's College London. Muse. British literary humanists. British child actresses. British soap opera actresses