Jane Fonda is officially done with dating.

The 80-year-old actress has revealed she's taken herself off the market for good after having been married three times, to Roger Vadim from 1965 to 1973, to Tom Hayden from 1973 to 1990, and to Ted Turner from 1991 to 2001.

She told 'Extra': ''I'm not dating any more, but I did up until a couple of years ago. I'm 80, I've closed up shop down there!''

Throughout her dating life, Jane had three children, 50-year-old Mary Luana Williams with Randy Williams, 49-year-old Vanessa Vadim with first husband Roger, and 44-year-old Troy Garity with second spouse Tom.

The 'Barbarella' star's last known relationship, which was an eight-year romance with music producer Perry, ended in January last year.

Jane's decision to stay away from dating comes after she previously revealed that sex has had a ''big impact'' on her life in a negative way, as she believes sexual abuse, ''betrayal'' and ''insecurity'' have become ''quite universal''.

She said: ''I don't think I'm the only woman whose life has been profoundly affected by issues of sexuality. Whether it's abuse, or wanting to please, or betrayal, or insecurity ... it's quite universal. Sex has had a big impact on my life - and not always in a good way.''

And the 'Gracie and Frankie' star - who retired from the entertainment business in the 1990s, only to make her comeback in 2005 - is also doing her best to better her relationships with her three children.

Asked about her bond with her brood, she said: ''Pretty good, but a work in progress. I don't think the work between parents and children ever ends. Maybe some people are fine enough human beings that they do it right from the get-go. But most don't, and I certainly did not. I'm constantly having to learn and listen and ask for forgiveness and just try to get better at it, you know? The reality that I wasn't necessarily a good mother helped me play those things, actually.''