Tane McClure has starred in over forty movies and television shows, recorded hit records, written numerous scripts and produced the award winning
motion picture “Trance.”

Later this year, she will be seen “Revamped,” a prequel to the satire “Fatal Kiss,” reprising her role as a vampire. In 2000, she appeared as ‘Mom,’ in M-G-
M’s blockbuster comedy, “Legally Blonde,” starring Reese Witherspoon. Independent feature credits include the action thriller “Tequila Express,” playing a
tough DEA agent,  “Cruel Intentions II,” opposite Mimi Rogers, “A Woman Scorned 2,” “Sexual Roulette,” “Bare Deception,” and “Illicit Dreams 2.” Using her
martial arts skills, she has also appeared opposite Don-the-Dragon Wilson in “Cobra Mission.”

Tane grew up on the back-lots of Universal Studios where her father, famed western actor Doug McClure, starred as ‘Trampas’ on “The Virginian.” She
made her acting debut on the television series at the tender age of four and developed her ‘horse sense,’ riding Dad’s trusty steed ‘Buck.’ An
accomplished equestrian she now competes in National Show Jumping Competitions in Southern California and has won numerous titles. She proved her
athletic mettle on Beau Bridges’ ABC family drama “Harts of the West,” by jumping a four-foot fence bareback.

Notable dramatic television appearances have also included “Bay Watch Nights,” and a recurring role on NBC’s “Days of Our Lives.” Comedic television
appearances have included playing ‘Verna’ in Showtime’s “Sherman Oaks” series, playing Garry Marshall’s niece on “Night Stand,” and a guest slot on
“Keenan Ivory Wayans Show.”

Tane landed her first recording contract, with RCA Victor Records, while still in her teens. Under the name of Tane Cain she released “Holdin’ On.” The
single made the Billboard Top 40 charts, leading to tours with Jefferson Starship and Eddie Money. As a singer-songwriter, soundtrack credits include
three cuts on James Cameron’s cult hit “The Terminator,” starring Arnold Schwarzenegger; and the title song “Love Me To Tears” from her movie
“Trance.” Recent theatrical appearances include starring in an adaptation of the hit film “Mermaids-the Musical Comedy,” as Rachel Flax. The stage
production made its Southern California debut in 2007 and garnered her a rave review… “… “McClure outshines Cher’s movie performance and brings a
broader singing dimension to her character’s musical musings.” S. Earl Statler, Los Angeles Sun. .     

Music video credits include the dialogue driven Academy of Country Music Awards nominated, “You Shouldn’t Kiss Me Like This,” by Toby Keith. The song
achieved #1 spots on both the Billboard Country charts and the Radio and Records charts. The rave audience response on Country Music Television, led
to a feature slot on the special “Video Babes Secrets Revealed.”

In 2002, Tane’s movie, “Trance,” a supernatural thriller, co-starring Bruce Abbot (Replicator) and Martin Kove (Karate Kid) won ‘Best Fantasy Feature’ at
the New York International Independent Film Festival. Ms. McClure, executive produced, co-wrote and starred in the motion picture. This year her
company, Trampas Films/New Legend Films, debuted a new comedy short entitled “The Eye Of Dan,” and are in pre-production for “Ordinary Life,”
another feature she and her partner, Tyke Caravelli, co-wrote and are producing with JL Media. Additional programming includes the television pilot “The
Real Reel West” and a PSA for the Wellness Community, with Jamie Lee Curtis, a project close to her heart as her father, Doug McClure, died of lung
cancer in 1995.


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