Jane Seymour and husband James Keach split after 20 years
Jane Seymour and husband James Keach are separated and are currently negotiating the terms of their divorce after 20 years of marriage, a spokesperson for the actress confirmed to several new outlets.
"Jane Seymour and James Keach confirm that they are separated and have been for several months," the actress' spokesperson said in a statement to USA Today on Friday, April 12. "At this time they are negotiating the terms of their divorce."
"They will continue their relationship as devoted parents to their children, as business associates and partners, and in their joint dedication to preserving and furthering the charitable endeavors that they've worked on throughout their marriage," the statement concluded.
Seymour, 62, and Keach, 65, wed in 1993 and are parents to 17-year-old twins sons Johnny Stacy and Kristopher Steven. This was Seymour's fourth marriage and Keach's third.
Seymour was previously married to English theater director Michael Attenborough from 1971 to 1973. She later wed Geoffrey Planer in 1977 and the two split in 1978. Seymour married David Flynn in 1981 and the couple had two children together, a daughter named Katherine and a son named Sean, before getting a divorce in 1992.
The actress is likely best known for her role on the television series "Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman" and for her role in the 1973 James Bond film "Live and Let Die." Seymour has recently appeared in "Castle," "Ben and Kate" and "Franklin & Bash" and had a memorable turn in the 2005 movie "Wedding Crashers." She also has a role on the upcoming ABC Family musical film "Lovestruck: The Musical."
Keach, an actor, director and producer, is the son of the late actor Stacy Keach Sr.