Biography

Jane is of Irish/English descent, born and bred in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

She is classically trained and has worked on stage in both the UK and Canada, including 5 years at the prestigious Shaw Festival in Ontario, Canada.

She appears regularly in film and TV. Her humble beginnings include the honour of playing a character of historical import: Dorothy Bahnsen, an FBI secretary with a creative filing system and the one we can thank for the "X-Files" being called the "X-Files".

Jane also works as a motion capture artist and is engaged in on-going voice over work for a number of computer games.

She is based in London, England.

Jane is of Irish/English descent, born and bred in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

She is classically trained and has worked on stage in both the UK and Canada, including 5 years at the prestigious Shaw Festival in Ontario, Canada.

She appears regularly in film and TV. Her humble beginnings include the honour of playing a character of historical import: Dorothy Bahnsen, an FBI secretary with a creative filing system and the one we can thank for the "X-Files" being called the "X-Files".

Jane also works as a motion capture artist and is engaged in on-going voice over work for a number of computer games.

She is based in London, England.

Personal Info

Known For Acting

Gender Female

Known Credits 13

Birthday -

Place of Birth Calgary - Alberta - Canada

Official Site -

Also Known As

  • Jane Elizabeth Perry

Acting TV ShowsMovies

2019 Greta as Animal Shelter Worker
2017 Phantom Thread as Mrs. Vaughan
2017 The Beyond as Gillian
2017 Borg vs McEnroe as Kay McEnroe
2017 A Royal Winter as Janice
2017 Ransom (1 episode) as Jane Ferguson
2016 The Autopsy of Jane Doe as Lieutenant Wade
2016 Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them as Bakery Customer
2016 Genius as John Hopkins Hospital Nurse
2016 A Hologram for the King as Ruby Clay
2011 The Reckoning (2 episodes) as Debra Cale
2007 In The Spider's Web as Geraldine
1993 The X-Files (1 episode)

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