Jane Alexander

Dedicated to a Better Way of Life For Everyone

nternationally known actress, Jane Alexander, has starred in such acclaimed films as "Testament", "Playing for Time" (Emmy), "Eleanor and Franklin, The White House Years" (Emmy Nomination and TV Critics Circle Award), "All The President's Men" (Academy Award Nomination) and "In Love and War", among many other memorable films. She is also a successful film producer, writer and translator.

She is dedicated to world peace, wellness and wildlife conservation. She serves on the Boards of Wildlife Conservation Society, Project Greenhope, the National Stroke Association, and Women's Action for Nuclear Disarmament.

She is a recipient of the Israel Cultural Award and the Helen Caldicott Leadership Award.

As a child, Jane Alexander grew up knowing the necessity for wellness. Her mother was a nurse and her father an orthopedic surgeon. Today she devotes her considerable efforts on behalf of stroke patients.

She has four children to remind her that each of us is responsible for making this earth a finer place to share.


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