Jane Sibbett Biography
Jane Sibbett was born in, Berkeley, California, the United States as Jane Moore Sibbett. She is an American actress and comedian. She is famous for Fox television series Herman’s Head, on the NBC sitcom Friends.
Jane Sibbett Age
Jane Moore Sibbett was born on November 28, 1962, in Berkeley, California, U.S.
Jane Sibbett Family
Sibbett was born in Berkeley, California, to William Ryan Sibbett IV and Gaines Sibbett. She is the youngest of five children.
Jane Sibbett Husband
Sibbett married Karl Fink, a TV writer, and producer in 1992. The two later divorced in January 2016. hey, have three children, Ruby (b. 1992), Kai (b. 1994), and Violet (b. 2000).
Jane Sibbett Height
Jane Moore Sibbett stands at 1.7 m tall.
Jane Sibbett Career
Sibbett began her acting career as Jane Wilson on the NBC soap opera Santa Barbara in 1986-87, . In 1989, she won the role of Laurie Parr on the CBS comedy The Famous Teddy Z, co-starring with Jon Cryer and Alex Rocco. In 1991, Sibbett was cast as status-conscious bombshell Heddy Newman on the Fox sitcom Herman’s Head, which quickly gained a cult following on the young broadcast network and lasted three seasons. Beginning in 1994, she played the occasional role of Carol Willick on Friends, a part-time stint that lasted until the end of the show’s seventh season in 2001. During her Friends association, Sibbett had regular roles on the short-lived CBS sitcom If Not for You (1995), playing the jilted fiancée of her former Herman’s Head co-star Hank Azaria, and in the second season of The WB’s Nick Freno: Licensed Teacher (1997–98), playing school headmaster Dr. Katherine Emerson.
Sibbett has featured in numerous TV series, including 21 Jump Street and The Nanny. She starred in the 1998 movie Noah alongside Tony Danza and Wallace Shawn as well as in 1998’s The Second Arrival, alongside Patrick Muldoon and Michael Sarrazin. She appeared in Dan O’Bannon’s 1992 film The Resurrected. She co-starred with Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen in It Takes Two (1995), and the telefilm, Au Pair (1999). Sibbett co-produced four documentaries on Braco, a Croatian faith healer, with her company, Wild Aloha Studios, in 2010, 2011 and 2012. The latest, Evolution, was released on August 30, 2013. Sibbett has been directing theater in Hawaii, with two sold-out years of One Billion Rising and Eve Ensler’s play The Vagina Monologues at The Kahilu Theatre on Hawaii Island. Sibbett’s new play, SHE’ISLAND, co-written by the women of Hawaii Island opened in April 2016, also at the Kahilu Theatre.
Jane Sibbett Net Worth
Jane Sibbett is an American actress who has an estimated net worth of $2 million.
Jane Sibbett Movies
- 2017: Winter Wedding Marilyn
- 2016: Jessica Darling’s It List Mrs. Darling
- 2008: Pretty Little Devils Mrs. Whittington
- 2006: A Merry Little Christmas Madeline Bridges
- 2005: Once Upon a Christmas
- 2005: Buffalo Dreams Blaine Townsend
- 2004: A One Time Thing Casey Hill
- 2002: Generation Gap
- 2002: Snow Dogs Nana
- 1999: Au Pair Vivian Berger
- 1999: Sealed with a Kiss a.k.a. First Comes Love Christina Ethridge
- 1998: Noah Angela
- 1998: The Second Arrival Bridget Riordan
- 1997: Just in Time Brenda Hyatt
- 1995: It Takes Two Clarice Kensington
- 1991: Shatterbrain Claire Ward
- 1990: Fear Newscaster
- 1988: Going to the Chapel Jude
- 1988: Miracle at Beekman’s Place Alex Peterson
- 1986: One Terrific Guy Donna Cumberland
- 1985: Promises to Keep
Jane Sibbett, It Takes Two
Jane Sibbett starred in It Takes Two a 1995 film, appearing as Clarice Kensington, portraying a socialite and gold digger.
Jane Sibbett In Friends
Friends is an American television sitcom, where Jane Sibbett featured in playing the role, Carol Willick.
Jane Sibbett Cheers
Cheer is an American sitcom, Jane Sibbett appeared in playing the role of Kim Cooperman.
Jane Sibbett Sabrina The Teenage Witch
Sabrina the Teenage Witch is an American sitcom where Jane Sibbett appeared in playing the role of Robin Davis.
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