Actor HistoryJane Sibbett
Episode Tenure: 471-812
Airdates: June 3, 1986 to October 26, 1987
Other NamesJane Louise Wilson (full name)
Occupation• Radio station employee
• Archaeological student
• Waitress at Johnny's Place
Relatives• Caroline Wilson (mother)
• Alice Jackson (half sister)
Relationships• Brian Bradford (flirtation)
• Warren Lockridge (flirtation)
• Brick Wallace (romance)
Brief Character HistoryA hardcore feminist, Jane Wilson was an employee at a campus radio station who got angry when the station hired Ted Capwell instead of her to become the deejay. Soon after, Ted began receiving seductive request calls from Roxanne, a mysterious woman with a sexy voice and long red fingernails. She tried to seduce Ted several times, but he never saw her face. Soon, it was revealed that Jane and Roxanne were the same person! As it turned out, Roxanne was Jane's bad-seed personality. Her disorder stemmed from childhood problems concerning her promiscuous mother.
A student of archeology, Jane began spending a lot of time with Lionel Lockridge after they discovered dinosaur bones in his backyard. She became sexually attracted to Lionel, who was much older than she was, but he gently rejected her romantic advances. Not long after, Jane's mother Caroline Wilson came to Santa Barbara and became romantically involved with Lionel. Because of this, and their troubled past, Jane and Caroline had numerous arguments.
Before long, Jane figured out that Caroline had another daughter, Alice Jackson, who was the result of Caroline's affair with a black man named Gus. Around the same time, Jane became attracted to Brian Bradford, the object of Alice's affections. Not wanting Alice to get hurt, Jane decided not to pursue a relationship with Brian. She started seeing Lionel's son, Warren, and made amends with Caroline. Sadly, Caroline died of a rare disease soon after marrying Lionel.
After Warren left Santa Barbara, Jane became attracted to widower Brick Wallace. They seemed to make a perfect couple. Unfortunately, Jane unwittingly allowed Brick's son, Johnny, to be kidnapped by men posing as paramedics. Ridden with guilt, she went as far as sleeping with sleazy D.A. Keith Timmons to get information on Johnny's whereabouts. After a brief stint as a cop, Brick decided to leave town with Johnny and move to Nevada. Jane went with them. That was the last time we saw her.