Meet Sully from 'Dr. Quinn' Who Still Looks Handsome Nowadays

Joe Lando was, most likely, your secret crush at one point. He has changed a lot ever since "Dr. Quinn" ended. 

Joe Lando is an American actor remembered by many as Byron Sully from the TV show "Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman." His long hair, wide shoulders, and romantic character charmed not only his on-screen love, Jane Seymour, but millions of fans behind the screen.

Not many people know, but the first role of this charming actor was a patrolman in "Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home." Later, Lando appeared on "Guiding Light" and "One Life to Live." He even played a pizza guy in "I Love You to Death."

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But the real success came when Joe Lando co-starred with Michaela Quinn in the TV series "Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman." Lando played Sully, and Quinn was Jane Seymour, who loved Sully to death.

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The couple was always full of passion onscreen. There are even tributes to the Jane-and-Sully couple! There is even a video tribute to Sully and Jane showing them kissing each other for about 10 minutes. 

After the success of "Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman," Lando played in "Bloodsuckers" and "Meteor Apocalypse."

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Other roles were less famous, and the actor did not seem to pursue an actor’s career all that much after playing Sully. Lando talks about his character:

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“Sully was always a man of few words, but those were words that were always true.”

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Look how much different the actor looks now, so many years later! Joe Lando does not have his long beautiful hair anymore. He looks much older, but the charm is still sparkling in his eyes!

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In 2014, Lando and his co-stars from "Dr. Quinn" got back together for a funny remake of the famous TV series, called "Dr. Quinn, Morphine Woman." The stars reprised their roles, and it is worth checking out if you have seen the original series earlier.

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