Jane Erin Carrey Biography
Birthday: September 6, 1987 (Virgo)
Born In: Los Angeles, California
Jane Erin Carrey is an American singer, songwriter, actor, writer, and producer, better known as the daughter of Canadian–American superstar, comedian, impressionist, screenwriter, and filmmaker Jim Carrey, who is renowned for his power-packed slapstick performances. Her mother, Melissa Jaine Womer, was the first wife of Jim Carrey. Although she was born to celebrity parents, who parted ways while she was a kid, Jane resolved to create her own identity. She worked on and off as a waitress for around six years. She garnered attention when she auditioned for the popular ‘Fox’ singing competition ‘American Idol.’ She auditioned for its eleventh season but could not make it to the ‘Hollywood’ rounds. Nonetheless, this failure could not deter her from taking forward her passion for singing. She became the lead singer of ‘The Jane Carrey Band.’ Some of her songs, such as ‘Sticky Situation’ and ‘Simple Beauty,’ garnered immense popularity on ‘YouTube’ and achieved massive viewership counts. She also worked on the short documentary ‘Jim Carrey: I Needed Color.’ Known to be quite close to her father, Jane has worked with him in several fundraisers for autism. On the personal front, she has a son, Jackson Riley Santana, with her now-estranged husband, Alex Santana.