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  • Date of birth : 28/11/1962

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Jane Sibbett (1962)

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Jane Moore Sibbett is an American actress and producer. Her most notable roles include Heddy on the Fox television series Herman's Head, and as Ross Geller's ex-wife, Carol Willick, on the American TV sitcom Friends.

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Sibbett started her acting career as Jane Wilson on the NBC soap opera Santa Barbara in 1986-87, for which she was nominated for a Best Newcomer award before she moved to CBS' show "The Famous Teddy Z" to co-star with Jon Cryer and Alex Rocco. Starring in more than 200 episodes of TV, including as Morgan Faulkner in The Nanny, Sibbett also guest starred on the television show 21 Jump Street. 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 , the telefilm, Au Pair .

Sibbett has co-produced three documentaries on Braco, a Croatian healer, with her company, Wild Aloha Studios in 2010 and 2011. The latest The Paradigm Shift is due to be released fall 2011.

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