Jane has been nominated for 3 SAG awards. From 1997-1999 she was nominated for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series for her work on 3rd Rock From The Sun.
While working on 3rd Rock from the Sun, Jane appeared in an NBC "The More You Know" public service announcement that encouraged reading and literacy.
Jane's first TV show was The Love Boat. She played a guest role as Regina Parker.
Jane has a daughter named Tess Lynch.
Jane dropped out of college in pursuit of a career in comedy.
Jane is 5'5".
Jane met her husband, Patrick Lynch at a Hockey game!
Jane married Patrick Lynch in 1975.
Jane played Mary, girl friend of Dick [played by John Lithgow] on 3rd Rock from the Sun
She, unlike her other colleges, went on to television.
She has had only two unsuccesful shows Crumbs and Working it Out.
Her first movie was Mr. Mike's Mondo Video.
She was the mother in the Conehead sketches and the movie.
She was the first female anchor for Weekend Update on Saturday Night Live.
Being a catholic she never particapated in SNL's notorious backstage party scene.
She was in a comedy club called "The Proposition", and performed with them until 1972.
She dropped out of college in 1968 to pursue a carrier in comedy.
She holds an associate degree from Elizabeth Seton Junior College.
She has said the she does not like to look back on the past.
She was an original cast member on Saturday Night Live.
Jane Curtin: It's rare to read a half-hour script that actually makes you laugh.
Jane: I'm easy. Put me in an interesting location with good people and I'm there.
Jane Curtin: Dan, times change and so does the nature of relationships. People are reluctant to get married these days and looking at divorce statistics, who can blame them. But the lack of a piece of paper does not neccessarily mean a lack of a total commitment. A woman is this modern-day relationship may well give up all her personal pursuits, as Michelle Marvin claims she did, to give her full support to her man's career. And Michelle Marvin is just asking that the courts recognize that reality. Dan, there's an old saying: "Behind every successful man there's a woman." A loving, giving, caring woman. But you wouldn't know about that, Dan, because there's no old saying about what's behind a miserable failure. [ gives a look of arrogance ]
Dan Aykroyd: Jane, you ignorant slut! Bagged-out, dried-up, slunken meat like you...
(Her first line on Saturday Night Live)
Ms. Davis: He said "Hey... Hey, baby, h-how'd you like to, ummm... I can't, I...