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Jocelyn Olga Bolton|
16 May 1937
|Other names||Jackie Lane|
|Spouse(s)||Prince Alfonso of Hohenlohe-Langenburg (m. 1973 – div. 1985)|
|Children||Princess Arriana of Hohenlohe-Langenburg (b. 1975)|
Briton John Bolton (father)|
Olga Mironova (mother)
Lane was born as Jocelyn Olga Bolton in Vienna, Austria, in 1937. She is the youngest daughter of Russian-born pianist mother Olga Mironova and English father Briton John Bolton, who worked for an American oil firm; he later died in a car crash in the US. She was educated in New Rochelle, New York, in the United States. At the age of 14, she moved to Britain, where she received dance training. Her older sister Mara Lane was a well-known British model and actress in the 1950s.
Lane established herself as a popular model in the United Kingdom by the time she was 18, using the pseudonym Jackie Lane. She appeared in several British films beginning in 1955 with a travelogue April in Portugal. As she was confused with another actress named Jackie Lane (known for starring in Doctor Who), she began to be credited with her full first name when she moved to Hollywood in 1964. Her resemblance to Brigitte Bardot was widely remarked upon. She was featured in the September 1966 issue of Playboy magazine.
In 1965, she co-starred with Elvis Presley in Tickle Me and later appeared in several roles in Hollywood films, including as "biker chick" Cathy in Hell's Belles in 1969. She also made guest appearances on American television series. She retired in 1971 after marrying Prince Alfonso of Hohenlohe-Langenburg in Marbella, Spain on 3 May 1973.
Lane gave birth to Princess Arriana Theresa Maria of Hohenlohe-Langenburg, her only child, in 1975. In 1985, her marriage to Prince Alfonso ended in a divorce, and she received a million-dollar settlement. She claimed that the sum was "not really fitting for a princess".
Lane designs feather necklaces marketed as "Princess J Feather Collection" in California and London.
|1954||Men of Sherwood Forest||Uncredited|
|Cocktails in the Kitchen||Uncredited|
|1955||April in Portugal||Travel Guide|
|1956||The Gamma People||Anna|
|1957||These Dangerous Years||Maureen|
|The Truth About Women||Saida|
|1959||The Angry Hills||Maria Tassos|
|Conspiracy of the Borgias|
|Jet Storm||Clara Forrester|
|1960||Howlers of the Dock|
|The Magnificent Rogue||Chou-Chou|
|Robin Hood and the Pirates||Kareen Blain|
|1961||Goodbye Again||First Maisie|
|Two and Two Make Six||Julie|
|1962||Operation Snatch||Bianca Tabori|
|The Son of Hercules vs. Venus||Daphne|
|Tromboni di Fra Diavolo||Cristina Forzano|
|War Gods of Babylon||Mirra|
|1965||The Sword of Ali Baba||Princess Amara|
|Tickle Me||Pamela Meritt|
|Incident at Phantom Hill||Memphis|
|1966||The Poppy Is Also a Flower||Society photographer|
|How to Seduce a Playboy||Ginette|
|Land Raiders||Luisa Rojas|
|1970||A Bullet for Pretty Boy||Betty|
|1956||Sailor of Fortune||Angelina|
|1962||The Cheaters||Anita Faraday|
|1965||Alfred Hitchcock Presents||Sylvia Sylvester|
|The Rogues||Madeline Sorel|
|The Man from U.N.C.L.E.||Lisa Donato|
|Burke's Law||Adriana Montaigne|
|Bob Hope Presents the Chrysler Theatre||Gabrielle|
|1966||Run for Your Life||Brigitte Lemaire|
|The Smothers Brothers Show||Princess|
|Bob Hope Presents the Chrysler Theatre||Ellie Randell|
|The Girl from U.N.C.L.E.||Mandy Dean-Tanner|
|The Wild Wild West||Dominique|
|1968||It Takes a Thief||Michèle|
|The Dating Game||Herself|
|1969||The Queen and I||Sandy Blair|
|1971||V.I.P.-Schaukel||Herself||Last on-screen appearance|
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- Glamour Girl
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