In the past, Jayne has done a comical ice dance with Mr. Bean.
Jayne is a vegetarian.
Jayne and Christopher Dean won the bronze medal for ice dancing at the 1994 Lillehammer Olympics.
Jayne and Christopher Dean were named BBC Sports Team of the Year in 1983.
Jayne was coached by Janet Sawbridge by 1975-78.
Before meeting Christopher Dean, Jayne ice danced with Michael Hutchinson.
Jayne retired from professional skating in 1998.
Jayne has two dogs called Freddy and Louis.
Jayne first ice danced with Christopher Dean in 1975.
Jayne and Christopher Dean released a joint autobiography called Facing the Music in 1996.
Jayne and partner Christopher Dean won the BBC Sports Personality of the Year in 1984.
Jayne was awarded the MBE in 1981.
Jayne is 5'2" tall.
Jayne's parents are Betty and George Torvill.
In 1989, Jayne and partner Christopher Dean were admitted into the World Figure Skating Hall of Fame.
Jayne has been married to Phil Christensen since 1990.
Jayne began ice skating at the age of 8.
Jayne was awarded the OBE in 2000.
In 1980, Jayne gave up her job as an insurance clerk to skate full time.
Jayne and partner Christopher Dean won the Olympic Gold Medal for Ice Dancing in Sarejevo in 1984.
Jayne has two children named Kieran and Jessica.
Jayne: (on how she keeps fit after retiring from professional skating) Working out at the gym replaced skating for me. But it's not the same as beingon the ice. The skating itself keeps you in such good shape. It's a really good work-out, as the celebrities found out. After they'd been training for a few weeks, they realised how they'd lost weight and toned up quite a bit.
Jayne: (on how she enjoys being back in Australia with Christopher Dean for the new show, Dancing On Ice.) It was very familiar - getting back on the ice. The body is not quite as young as it was, but we've still had lots of fun in the choreographic process and are enjoying performing again, too. It's amazing how the skills come back to you.