Jane trained at Arts Educational Schools, London.
Previous film work includes Skink in REPTILE DAY (Nice Media), Beth in Shifts (Paperscissorstone Films) and Donna in HOPE MACHINE (Talking Pictures). Theatre includes Violet in INVOLTUION (Pacific Playhouse, London and Pleasance Dome, Edinburgh), Hayley in OTHER HANDS (Cockpit Theatre, London), AN ASYLUM ON EVERY CORNER (Edinburgh Festival and Bucharest), TIME AND TIME AGAIN (Eye Theatre), MR. CINDERS, LISTEN TO THE WIND and THE ARCADIANS (all Kings Head, London), CHELSEA GIRLS directed by Mark Ravenhill (Man in the Moon, London), CHASING DOLPHINS (Churchill, Bromley), NO TIME FOR SEQUINS (Nuffield, Southampton), BEAUTY AND THE BEAST and ROBINSON CRUSOE (Theatre Royal, Bury St Edmunds) a national tour of TOO MUCH PUNCH FOR JUDY, Howard Brenton’s GUM AND GOO (Italy), First Witch in MACBETH (Oban) and Banquo in MACBETH AND THE BEANSTALK with David Mitchell and Robert Webb (Pleasance, London).
TV includes Susan in the BBC’s COMING TO ENGLAND and Caitlin in the television series NIGHT KITCHEN.
Recording includes role of Eliza in the audio drama FACTION PARADOX for Magic Bullet and BEHIND THE HEADLINES for BBC Schools.
Jane founded MOKITA PRODUCTIONS in 2007 and has so far produced several sell-out shows in both London and Edinburgh. Productions so far – WAITING ON THE Z TRAIN by Sean Tyler and THE FORBIDDEN TREE by Roger Mayhew (both White Bear Theatre, Kennington), INVOLUTION by Rachel Welch (Pacific Playhouse, London and Pleasance Dome, Edinburgh), PAGES – an Eclecticism of New Writing (Pacific Playhouse, London), PLUTO by Jonathan Bonfiglio (Blue Elephant Theatre, Camberwell) and A CHRISTMAS CAROL, a musical adaptation by Phil Willmott (Kings Head Theatre, Islington). Plans for 2009 include a return to the Edinburgh Festival, the development of a youth theatre branch of the company, a large-scale co-production…and more!