Jane Cartwright, also known as Jane Doe, was a villain in the Season 5 episode "Nothing's Shocking" of the FOX TV series Gotham.
Jane Cartwright is a criminal and former Arkham Asylum Inmate. She blamed Harvey Bullock and his partners who were on the case of her father's murder for what happened to her in Arkham Asylum.
She was portrayed by Sarah Pidgeon. In her assumed identities, she is portrayed by Dan Hedaya (as Dix), Donal Logue (as Harvey) and Erin Richards (as Barbara) respectively.
Jane grew up with a traumatic childhood, suffering abuse from her father and presumably her mother as well.
She was later sent to Arkham Asylum after her father was murdered. During her time at Indian Hill, she was experimented on by Professor Hugo Strange, who turned her into a monster with shapeshifting powers. She was eventually broken out by Fish Mooney and then went into hiding.
Jane's psychological trauma also caused her to view herself as hideous and monstrous looking. Three years later, when Gotham became a No Man's Land thanks to Jeremiah Valeska and Ra's al Ghul, she took it as her chance to finally gain revenge on the detectives that ruined her life.
Bullock chased Jane at her family home, where he tells her to remove her mask. When she did, he was shocked to see that she was ordinary looking, but Jane thought otherwise. Bullock states he wants to try to redeem her, Jane beleives her story will end with her killing him. Jane aims her pistol at Bullock's chest, Jane states "The only way this ends, is with one of us dead". Jane tries to pull the trigger but Bullock forcefully shoots her chest. Jane falls to her knees on the matress next to her, blood escaping from her chest and spreading across her body. Jane after a few seconds, topples onto the matress accepting her fate.
|“||"The only way this ends, is with one of us dead"||„|
|~ Jane's last words before being shot|
- She is the show's version of Jane Doe and takes some elements from the Calendar Girl, who also takes elements from DC Comics villain Calendar Man.