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  • In addition to Jane's original 1982 Workout video blockbuster, she went on to release more than 2 dozen workouts. Chronologically as follows: Pregnancy, Birth and Recovery Workout; Workout Challenge; Prime Time Workout; New Workout; Low Impact Aerobic Workout; SportsAid; Workout with Weights (later retitled Toning and Shaping); Start Up; Complete Workout; (Light Aerobics and) Stress Reduction Program; Lean Routine; Fun House Swamp Stomp; Fun House Funk; Lower Body Solution; Step Aerobic and Abdominal Workout; Favorite Fat Burners; Yoga Exercise Workout, and Step and Stretch Workout. Jane released 3 Personal Trainer videos which appear to be the ending editions of the Workout series: Total Body Sculpting; Low Impact Aerobics and Stretch; Abs, Buns, and Thighs. Jane reissued her original Workout in 1985 in a edited version which included more overvoicing and had certain movements eliminated.
  • Is chairman and co-founder of the Georgia Campaign for Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention.
  • (October 1996) Published recipe book: "Cooking for Healthy Living"; Andrews & McMeel (ISBN 1570362939).
  • Started the physical fitness craze in the 1980s when she released the wildly successful, "Jane Fonda's Workout", on video.
  • (1964) Print ad for Lux soap.
  • (2006) TV commercial for Age Re-Perfect by L'Oréal Paris.
  • (1984) Appeared in Frank Sinatra's music video for "L.A. Is My Lady".
  • (October 29, 1960 - February 4, 1961) "Invitation to a March," original comedy; written and directed by Arthur Laurents; incidental music by Stephen Sondheim; with Celeste Holm (portraying Camilla Jablonski); Richard Derr (portraying Tucker Groagan); Jane Fonda (portraying Norma Brown); Tom Hatcher; Eileen Heckart; James MacArthur (portraying Aaron Jablonski), Jeff Rowland, Madeleine Sherwood; and understudies: Kendall Clark (for Tucker Grogan); Arthur Garrison (for Cary Brown), Barbara Hayes (for Deedee Grogan), John Karlen (for Aaron Jablonski/Schuyler Grogan), Louise Latham (for Camilla Jablonski/Lily Brown), Phyllis Wynn (for Norma Brown) in the cast; Produced by The Theatre Guild on Broadway at the Music Box Theatre, Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA (113 performances + 1 preview).
  • (2005) Publication of her autobiography: "My Life So Far," by Random House, Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA.
  • (February 9, 2009 - May 21, 2009) "33 Variations," limited engagement of an original play with music; written and directed by Moisés Kaufman; music by Ludwig van Beethoven; musical direction by Diane Walsh; choreography by Daniel Pelzig; with Jane Fonda (portraying Dr. Katherine Brandt); Don Amendolia (portraying Anton Diabelli); Zach Grenier (portraying Ludwig van Beethoven); Colin Hanks (portraying Mike Clark, in his Broadway debut); Susan Kellermann (portraying Dr. Gertrude Ladenburger); Samantha Mathis (portraying Clara Brandt); Erik Steele (portraying Anton Schindler); Diane Walsh (portraying Pianist); Scott Barrow (portraying Ensemble); Emily Donahoe (portraying Ensemble); and Michael Winther (portraying Ensemble) in the opening night cast; on Broadway at the Eugene O'Neill Theater, Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA (116 total performances, including 31 previews beginning February 9, 2009).
  • (2010) Release of workout videos, "Jane Fonda Primetime Walkout" and "Jane Fonda Primetime Fit and Strong".
  • (2011) Release of her book, "Prime Time: Creating a Great Third Act".
  • (2006) Release of her book, "Jane Fonda's Words of Politics & Passion".
  • (1991) Release of the book, "The Fondas: A Hollywood Dynasty", by Peter Collier.
  • (1990) Release of the book, "Citizen Jane: The Turbulent Life of Jane Fonda", by Christopher Andersen.
  • (1990) Release of the book, "Jane Fonda: An Intimate Biography", by Bill Davidson.
  • (1986) Release of the book, "Bardot, Deneuve, Fonda", by Roger Vadim.
  • (1984) Release of her health book, "Women Coming of Age", by Jane with Mignon McCarthy.
  • (2011) Release of the book, "Jane Fonda: The Private Life of a Public Woman", by Patricia Bosworth.
  • (1962) Stage Play: The Fun Couple. Comedy. Written by Neil Jansen and John Haase [only Broadway credit]. Adapted from the novel by John Haase. Incidental music by Albert Hague. Directed by Andreas Voutsinas. Lyceum Theatre: 26 Oct 1962- 27 Oct 1962 (3 performances + 1 preview on 25 Oct 1962). Cast: Daniel Ades (as "El Cobarde"), Dyan Cannon (as "Kathy") [Broadway debut], Bradford Dillman (as "Gill Stanford"), Jane Fonda (as "Tish Stanford"), Ivor Francis (as "Richard Dexter Wade, Jr."), David Hurst (as "Doc"), Mary Mercier (as "Meter Maid"), Ben Piazza (as "Leopold"), Delos V. Smith Jr. (as "Truck Driver"). Understudies: Carlton Colyer (as "Gill Stanford"), Loretta Leversee (as "Tish Stanford") [final Broadway role]. Produced by Jay Julien. Produced in association with Andre Goulston and Eldon Elder.
  • (January 13, 1984) Guested on the daytime talk program, "People to People", with her stepmother, Shirlee Fonda.
  • (2014) Release of her book, "Being a Teen: Everything Teen Girls & Boys Should Know About Relationships, Sex, Love, Health, Identity & More".
  • (1956) She acted in James Thurber's play, "The Male Animal," at the Cape Playhouse in Dennis, Massachusetts with Henry Fonda in the cast.
  • (1960) She acted in Jeremy Kingston's play, "No Concern of Mine," at the Paper Mill Playhouse in Millburn, New Jersey with Geoffrey Home and Ben Piazza in the cast. Andreas Voutsinas was director.
  • (January 30 to March 6, 2011) She acted in Moises Kaufman's play, "33 Variations," in a Mark Taper Subscription Production presented at the Ahmanson Theatre in Los Angeles, California. Moises Kaufman was also director.
  • (January 30 to March 6, 2011) She acted in Moises Kaufman's play, "33 Variations," in a Mark Taper Forum Theatre production at the Ahmanson Theatre in Los Angeles, California. Moises Kaufman was also director.

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