Jane Asher was born on April 5th 1946, and was the middle of three children born to Dr. Richard Alan John and Margaret Asher, née Eliot, in Willesden, North West London.
Her father was a consultant in blood and mental diseases at the Central Middlesex Hospital in Acton, west London, as well as being a broadcaster and author of many notable medical articles; her mother was a professor of oboe at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, and taught George Martin to play the instrument and Paul McCartney to play the recorder.
Jane has a brother, Peter, who was two years older and a sister, Claire, who was two years younger. All three Asher children had the distinctive Titian-red hair.
Jane was educated at Queen's College, Harley Street.
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