Who is Jane Hajduk?
Jane Hajduk was born in Oil City, Pennsylvania USA, on 26 October 1966 – her zodiac sign is Scorpio, and she holds American nationality. She’s an actress with 17 credits to her name, perhaps still known best for her portrayal of Researcher Taylor in the 2006 action adventure comedy movie “Zoom”. It was directed by Peter Hewitt, starred Tim Allen, Courteney Cox and Chevy Chase, and follows the former superhero Jack, who’s trying to make superheroes out of a group of kids who are attending a private academy; the movie won four of the 12 awards for which it was nominated.
Early life and education
Jane was raised in Oil City, by her parents about whom nothing’s known, as she respects their privacy. Because she hasn’t spoken of having any siblings, most people believe her to be an only child.
She grew up being interested in various activities, including playing sports, musical instruments, and acting. Jane was a member of her high school’s drama club, and appeared in various plays performed at the school. She matriculated in 1984, and although she hasn’t spoken of her further education, it’s widely believed that Jane enrolled at college, from which she graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1988. She worked various jobs for the following five years, before launching her acting career.
Roles in movies
Jane made her debut film appearance in 1993, with her portrayal of Angela in the crime drama “Sex Crimes”, which starred Jack Klarr, Dave Schiesser and Margot Hope, and follows a girl who has taken justice into her own hands.
The year 1995 saw her star as Maegan in the short drama “Nothing Man”, and in 2001 play Club 13 Receptionist in the critically acclaimed comedy drama “Joe Somebody”. It was directed by John Pasquin, starred Tim Allen, Julie Bowen and Kelly Lynch, and follows Joe who has just been beat up by his co-worker in front of his daughter, while he has now decided to fight back. In 2006, Jane was cast to appear in the family fantasy comedy “The Shaggy Dog”, while the following year saw her star in the short horror “Nightmare”.
In 2009, she starred as Nurse Angela in the comedy drama “Tales from the Catholic Church of Elvis!”, written and directed by Mercy Malick, who also starred in it – the movie follows the lives of girls attending a Catholic school in Las Vegas, and won four awards. In 2015, Jane portrayed Paula Hess, in the comedy drama “Ovation”, and in 2016, she played Judy, in the romantic comedy drama “Year by the Sea”.
Her two most recent roles in movies have been in the 2018 short dramas “Unintended” and “Dirty Little Secret”.
Roles in TV series
Jane has appeared in only five TV series – she made her debut appearance with her portrayal of Lisa in the 1998 episode “Wag the Doc” of the mystery thriller drama “Chicago Hope”. In 2004, she played Attractive Woman in the episode “Eye Spy” of the critically acclaimed action crime drama “NCIS”, created by Don McGill and Donald P. Bellisario, and which stars Mark Harmon, David McCallum and Sean Murray. It follows Special Agent Leroy Jethro Gibbs as he leads his Major Case Response Team of the Naval Criminal Investigative Service, Washington D. C. The series has been airing since 2003, and has won 27 of the 70 awards for which it has been nominated, including three Primetime Emmy nominations.
In 2006, Jane was cast to play Attractive Mom in the episode “Mr. Monk and the Big Game” of the crime comedy drama “Monk”. In 2012, we saw her play various characters in the comedy “Benchmarks”. Jane’s most recent, as well as her only other TV series role, has been her portrayal of Mrs Saltine in the episode “Casserole” of the family comedy “Ty the Pie Guy”.
Jane worked as her husband Tim’s physical trainer for the 1997 comedy film “For Richer or Poorer”.
In 2006, she made a guest appearance in the talk-show “Entertainment Tonight”.
Jane received special thanks for the 2012 short drama movie “Sleeping with the Bear”.
She has two producing credits: the 2018 short drama film “Unintended”, and six episodes of the short series “The Watch”, also in 2018.
Love life and marriage with Tim Allen
Jane prefers to keep the details of her love life to herself, but it’s widely known that she’s been married to the American actor and comedian Tim Allen for almost 15 years. The two exchanged vows on 7 October 2006 after several years of dating, in a private ceremony attended by many of their friends and family members. On 28 March 2009, Jane gave birth to their daughter Elizabeth.
She hasn’t spoken of any other men whom she had perhaps been with before meeting Tim, while it’s widely known that he was married once before. Tim exchanged vows with Laura Deibel on 7 April 1984, and she gave birth to their daughter Katherine in December 1989; Laura and Tim divorced in 2003, after having been separated for four years.
As of August 2021, Jane’s married to Tim Allen, and has a daughter with him.
Hobbies and other interests
Jane’s a huge lover of animals, and her pet dog can be seen featured in a picture which she’s uploaded onto her Instagram account; Jane’s new to the social media network, as she launched her account in 2021.
She likes to travel, and has been all around the US for both work and pleasure, while she’s also been to various European countries with Tim. Her dream travel destination is Paris in France.
Jane’s more focused on her mental health rather than physical, and does yoga and meditates on a daily basis.
She’s a philanthropist, and has worked with many charity organizations.
Jane has her own favorite actors and actresses, some of whom are Matt Damon, Amanda Seyfried and Scarlett Johansson, and a couple of her favorite movies are “Good Will Hunting”, “Dear John” and “Lost in Translation”.
Age, height and net worth
Jane’s age is 54. She has medium long brown hair and brown eyes, her height is 5ft 9ins (1.75m) and she weighs around 136lbs (62kgs). As of August 2021, her net worth has been estimated at over $1 million, while her husband Tim’s net worth has been estimated at over $100 million.
Who is her husband Tim Allen?
Timothy Alan ‘Tim’ Dick was born in Denver, Colorado USA, on 13 June 1953 – his zodiac sign is Gemini, and he holds American nationality. He’s perhaps still known best for his portrayal of the lead character Tim ‘The Tool Man’ Taylor in the family comedy series “Home Improvement”, which also starred Earl Hindman and Taran Noah Smith. It follows the life of the TV show host ‘The Tool Man’, and aired from 1991 to 1999, winning 50 awards including seven Primetime Emmys, while it was nominated for 62 other awards.
Tim was raised in Denver alongside his four brothers and a sister, by their father Gerald M. Dick who was a real estate agent, and their mother Martha Katherine (nee Fox) who was a community service worker. When Tim was 11, his father died in a car crash after he was hit by a drunk driver; his mother married her high school sweetheart two years later. She then moved with all her children to Birmingham in Michigan, where Tim attended Seaholm High School, and became interested in both acting and playing the piano. Upon matriculating in 1971, he enrolled at Central Michigan University, but then switched to Western Michigan University, from which he graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in communications in 1976.
Tim had actually launched his career in 1975 when he began doing stand-up comedy, while he soon started appearing in TV commercials.
On 2 October 1978, he was arrested for drug trafficking, and was sentenced to spend three to seven years behind bars, after he had given the police names of other drug traffickers; Tim was released from jail on 12 June 1981, after having served two years and four months.
After 10 years of doing comedy and appearing in various shows, Tim gained recognition with his starring role in “Home Improvement”, and during the eight years he was shooting for it, he also had roles in various other series and movies, including voicing Buzz Lightyear, the main character in the hit animated comedy movie “Toy Story”.
The 2000s saw him appear in various films, such as the 2002 Christmas comedy “The Santa Claus 2”, the 2004 Christmas comedy “Christmas with the Kranks”, and the 2008 martial arts drama “Redbelt”.
Since 2011, Tim has been starring as Mike Baxter in the critically acclaimed comedy “Last Man Standing”, which has won five of the 23 awards for which it has been nominated, including four Primetime Emmy nominations.
Tim’s a Republican who, in the 2016 presidential election, voted for Donald Trump.