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Jane McDonald grew up in Wakefield, England, UK. Jane's father, Peter, was a miner, who doubled as a chimney-sweep. Jane's mother, Jean, and Jane's grandmother ran a boarding-house in Wakefield. Jane has a brother, Tony, and a sister, Janet. For 12 years, Jane sang in clubs throughout Northern England and on various cruise ships. In March 1995, ... See full bio »
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Loose Women
Loose Women Herself - Presenter / Herself / Herself - Performer
(2003-2017)
Celebrity Five Go To...
Celebrity Five Go To... Herself - Narrator
(2011-2012)
The Cruise
The Cruise Herself
(1998)

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 2011 Britain's Favourite Christmas Songs (TV Movie documentary) (performer: "Cruise Into Christmas")
 2009 Loose Women (TV Series) (performer - 1 episode)
- Episode #13.233 (2009) ... (performer: "It's Getting Better")
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Album: "Inspiration" (released June 5, 2000). "Inspiration" entered the UK Album Chart at No. 6. See more »

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"When I sang before I'd have to compete with the bingo callers and people chatting at the bar. I thought I'd gone deaf on this tour because the audience was so quiet. It took a while to realise they were quiet because they were listening to me." (From Bolton Evening News - 7 November 1998) See more »

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