Meet Kristopher Steven Keach, Jane Seymour's Son

Jane Seymour is a British actress whose career has spanned across several genres of film and television. According to Biography, Seymour is best known for her leading role in "Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman," which earned her an Emmy Award, and her appearance in the James Bond film "Live and Let Die." Younger fans know Seymour for her role in the 2005 comedy "Wedding Crashers" and as a competitor on the 7th season of "Dancing With the Stars."

As for her personal life, Jane Seymour has been married four times, all of which ended in divorce (via Today). Throughout those marriages, she gave birth to four children: Sean and Katherine with former husband, David Flynn and years later, twins John and Kristopher with former husband James Keach, who she split from in 2015. John and Kristopher were born in 1995 during Seymour's time on "Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman." Despite being born into the spotlight, her youngest, Kristopher Steven Keach, has remained fully behind the curtain.

Who is Kristopher Steven Keach?

According to Closer Weekly, all four of Jane Seymour's children have led relatively private lives. Seymour's oldest child and only daughter, Katherine Flynn, has followed in her mom's footsteps, acting in movies like "Once Upon a Time in Venice," "Chloe and Keith's Wedding," and the recent film "Mistrust," which she acted in alongside Seymour. Her oldest son, Sean Michael Flynn acted a bit when he was younger, but has recently stepped behind the camera, creating a short film titled "Numb." According to Flynn's Instagram, he is also a fine art photographer and director and photographed Kristopher's wedding in 2021.

As for her youngest, twins John Stacy Keach and Kristopher Steven Keach, only one caught the acting bug. John landed a role in "Blind Dating" in 2006. Kristopher, on the other hand, has stayed out of the spotlight, choosing instead to take an academic path and earning his MBA. In 2021, Kristopher married his wife, Miso at Seymour's Malibu home, where Kris and his brother grew up, per Hello! Magazine.