Jane had a second audition for Blue Heelers and was successful in winning the role of Jo Parrish. Jane played Jo Parish from 1999 until 2004 when her character was suddenly killed off the series.
In 1996, Jane auditioned for the role of 'Dash McKinley' on Blue Heelers but lost out to Tasma Walton. In 1997 she had a guest role in the series.
Jane's father was a surgeon, which necessitated the family moving locations frequently.
Jane has been writing a script for a film for five years.
Jane's horse is agisted on former Blue Heeler's co-star John Wood's property.
Jane gave birth to a baby boy, Indiana Zac Serafin, with her partner, David Serafin, on 19th May 2006 at 7:43am.
Jane's first appearance on TV was when she won a part in a commercial for Wedgewood Pies. She was 13 at the time.
Jane hasn't got a favourite movie - she's loves movies and can't pick just one favourite.
Jane's favourite TV series is Seinfeld.
Jane's favourite book is Awakening the Buddha within.
In 1998, Jane graduated from the Victorian College of the Arts with a Visual and Performing Arts Degree.
Jane's favourite song is Grace by Jeff Buckley.
In 2002, Jane appeared in the movie Guru Wayne.
Jane has two cats, named Zilla & Jazz.
Jane is pregnant and due sometime in June 2006.
Jane: Being at Heelers after learning the ropes was sort of like pressing pause, and it was pressing pause at a really happy time of my life, but I had to live, to take the next step of my life . . . it wasn't the challenge it used to be, and you get hungry.
Jane: (on fame) It can be a bit eerie. You find yourself holding a pair of undies in Myer or somewhere and these people are standing really close to you talking about you as if you can't hear.
Jane: (on her role in Blue Heelers) My hair was blonde and curly and long and I came on the show and they said they wanted it dark and straight. I sort of thought, well why did you give me the job?
Jane: (on her decision to leave Blue Heelers) It was a bit symbolic of taking the reins back on my life, I guess.
Jane: My TV Week Logie has a padded bottom and it's really heavy, so it makes a perfect doorstop for my lounge room door.