A  iconic actress, whose acting career expands 47 years, Jane Seymour brings more than her acting credentials to set. Speaking exclusively to Daily Mail Australia, Ruby’s Choice director Michael Budd has revealed what it’s really like working with British-American actress. She got her start as a Bond girl all the way back in 1970’s Live and Let Die.

The Australian director added Jane brought in her own grey wig for the film which was perfect for her character.‘Jane’s passion for the project contributed to bringing character to life, and she brought a lot of her wardrobe and design ideas,’ Budd, 47, told Daily Mail Australia. Pictured together on set‘I worked closely with Jane incorporating some of her excellent skills as a dancer and a painter, which we brought into  Ruby’s story lines

He’s a fan! Australian director Michael Budd, 47, has revealed what it’s really like working with British-American Jane Seymour, 71, on Ruby’s Choice‘Jane’s passion for Ruby’s Choice contributed to bringing character to life, and she brought a lot of her wardrobe and design ideas,’ Budd, 47, said.‘I worked closely with Jane incorporating some of her excellent skills as a dancer and a painter, which we brought into Ruby’s story lines. 

Jane plays the titular character in Ruby’s Choice, which is about a loving grandmother who is suffering from dementia.Shot during the Covid lockdowns of 2020, Ruby’s Choice is a poignant tale that follows three generations of strong Australian women.Ruby , a sweet, creative elderly lady who lives along, has undiagnosed dementia.

Unable to access services required to keep Ruby safe, Sharon is faced with the ultimate dilemma to go against her mother’s wishes or do what she thinks is best for Ruby.Ruby’s Choice is in Australian cinemas now.

After accidentally burning her house down she is forced to move into her daughter Sharon’s crowded home and share her granddaughter Tash’s  bedroom. Family dynamics are shifted as family secrets are unravelled, and Ruby soon has a surprising advocate when the time comes to move her into a nursing home.

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