Jaclyn appeared on the cover of Time magazine in the Feb. 22, 1982 issue.
As well as her popular clothing line with KMart, Jaclyn has a home furnishing line: Jaclyn Smith Home.
Jaclyn has a younger brother, Thomas.
Jaclyn was chosen as one of People Magazine's annual 100 Most Beautiful People in the World, Beauty over 60, in May 2007.
Jaclyn has a star on Hollywood's Walk of Fame.
Jaclyn was nominated for a Golden Globe award in 1982 for her role as Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy.
In 2002 Jaclyn under went a lumpectomy after 2 lumps were found in her breasts. She underwent radiation which has shown to be successful.
Jaclyn was chosen to be one of the 50 Most Beautiful People by People Magazine in the world in 1990.
Jaclyn's agent told her of an up and coming pilot movie that was supposed to lead into a TV series. Jaclyn auditioned for it and got the part as Kelly Garrett in Charlie's Angels.
Jaclyn Smith: Oh, balance...that's not an easy thing! If you told me that somebody had a handle on it, I'd wonder. And when you're grieving the loss of a loved one, nothing can take the place of time. Even in the best of times, when you have kids and a career, something will always take a backseat. You have to be reasonable with yourself and not feel guilty when things aren't perfect.
(on presenting the reality show "Shear Genius")
Jaclyn: It was rather daunting and frightening because it's not like just taking a character and creating it…and fine-tuning it. You are on the spot at all times. And you have to be very present. And it was challenging. But I must say the second time around it was easier and I had fun. And…I love the challenge of it, I really enjoyed it. I really didn't know what to expect…I just wanted to have fun. I wanted to be challenged. And believe me, the first season I was challenged.
(on whether or not she would let the winer of her show "Shear Genius" style her hair)
Jaclyn: No. They're all very talented. But you know what? You get into your groove.
(on the importance, or not, of beauty)
Jaclyn: In the beginning of my success, I was dazzled by the glamour because I was young. But it soon became superficial. After I had my children, it was the best time of my life and I can honestly say that from that point on, looks lost their importance. When you're on a show like Charlie's and you're being photographed for every magazine, it's easy to buy into it. But after having children, life becomes about living beyond yourself; about being bigger and better.
Jaclyn: Angels are like diamonds. They can't be made, you have to find them. Each one is unique.