In 2005 Jayne was in the following movies:
Twelve and Holding and Syriana.
In 2004 Jayne was in the movie The Village.
In 2003 Jayne was in the movie Psychoanalysis Changed My Life .
In 1995 Jayne was in the movie Free Willy 2: The Adventure Home.
In 1994 Jayne was in the movie Blank Check.
In 1993 Jayne was in the movie Free Willy.
Jayne currently resides in Connecticut, USA.
Jayne has appeared on two different episodes of Law & Order, but played a different character in each episode.
Jayne got her education at Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois.
Jayne's zodiac sign is Aquarius.
Jayne has been in several Broadway productions since 1987, including plays such as The Art Of Success, Ivanov, The Rainmaker, Our Town, and Enchanted April.
Jayne's Broadway debut was in 1987 in the play All My Sons.
Jayne was nominated for a Drama Desk Award for Best Actress in a Play in 2003, for her role in Enchanted April.
Jayne and her husband, Michael Gill, have a son, Jeremy, who was born in 1999.
Jayne won an Outer Critics Circle Award for Best Actress in 2003, for her role as Lottie Wilton in the play, Enchanted April.
Jayne was born in Bournemouth, Dorset in the United Kingdom. She moved to America to further pursue her acting career.
Jayne was nominated for a Drama Desk Award for Best Actress in a Play for her performance in The Skriker.
Jayne married Michael Gill on October 3, 1998.
Jayne was twice nominated for Broadway's Tony Award as Best Actress in a Play: in 2000 for her portrayal of Lizzie in The Rainmaker, and in 2003 for her performance as Lottie Wilton in Enchanted April.
Jayne Atkinson: When I look at what I've done over the years, I've gotten to explore the depth and the height of the human emotion and experience, and I don't feel drawn to anything. I'd like to play a blonde bimbo who gets smart. And I love to do comedy. I'll tell you what I would love to do: I would love to do a sort of variety, song and dance act with Alice Ripley and Karen Ziemba. I would love to do some kind of girl show where we would sing and dance and be silly because I can do those things and nobody knows.
Jayne Atkinson: My parents are both English, and they still have their accents, so I've heard it all my life and grew up with the sound of England and jokes of England. It's sort of definitely my milieu.
Jayne Atkinson (on her husband, Michael Gill): It was a similar thing with something in my soul knew that he was the guy for me and that I was not in the place that I needed to be in as a human being.
Jayne Atkinson: When they put a show up, everyone has an eye on the awards because it helps a show, obviously, so you can't really be too insulated. You have to sort of know that's a possibility. So I was made aware very early that I was one of the horses in the running.
Jayne Atkinson: So far it's been a dream. Everybody is intelligent and smart and larger than life and you need all of those qualities. And not polite--everybody is really speaking their mind.