Jane Seymour, fondly remembered as the title character in the 1990s hit television series Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman, turned 61 on Wednesday.

Born Joyce Penelope Wilhelmina Frankenberg in England in 1951, the teeny-framed actress came to international attention - especially of the male persuasion - when she played Bond girl Solitaire in the 1973 film Live and Let Die opposite Roger Moore.

Other memorable films of hers include Somewhere in Time, in which she starred opposite the late, hunky Christopher Reeve.

It wasn't until the early 90s when she would play Dr. Michaela Mike Quinn, a female physician working in Colorado during the Wild West days. Seymour won a Golden Globe for her performance.

Seymour is still acting. She played Rachel McAdams' sexually-charged mother and Owen Wilson's would-be seducer in the 2005 comedic film Wedding Crashers. Her television guest appearances include the shows How I Met Your Mother and Castle.

Seymour's pursuits outside of acting mostly revolve around her art endeavors, including jewelry design for Kay Jewelers.

Click through to see photos of the actress throughout the years. Seymour may be 61, but she's still got it!