My Life So Far




My Life So Far

By Jane Fonda.

Jane Fonda reads the first extract from her extraordinary autobiography.

Born into Hollywood's aristocracy in 1937, Jane Fonda's early years were marked by tragedy, and her father Henry was often remote.



My Life So Far

By Jane Fonda.

Jane's marriage to Roger Vadim, finds her experiencing the heady world of 1960s Paris and motherhood.

She also establishes her career as a star of the silver screen, with the making of films like the cult classic, Barbarella, and They Shoot Horses, Don't They?


As the conflict in Vietnam continues into the 1970s, Fonda finds herself taking an increasingly active role in opposing the war.

A trip to Hanoi reveals the extent of the suffering of the Vietnamese people, and defines her as Hanoi Jane for a whole generation.


Fonda produced On Golden Pond in which she starred alongside Katherine Hepburn and her father.

The making of the film that won Henry Fonda, and Katherine Hepburn Oscars offers poignant insights into the relationship between father and daughter.


Dating Ted Turner, and marrying him in her mid fifties, sees Jane Fonda embark on yet another incarnation.

As the wife of the charismatic media mogul she travelled the world, and met some of the most influential leaders of the 1990s.