Joe Lando Who Played Sully in 'Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman' Is 58 Years Old Now and Looks Unrecognizable
Joe Lando, who is most popular for playing Byron Sully on the TV series "Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman," is now 58 years of age, and he looks so different.
Lando, who is a former cook in a Hollywood restaurant, first came to the attention of casting directors when he was picked to star as Jake Harrison in the 1968 soap opera "One Life to Live," according to IMDB.
His spectacular performance on the series led to the co-starring role as Byron Sully, the love interest of Jane Seymour, on the hit 1993 television series "Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman."
At the point when he played the role, Lando demanded to do practically the entirety of his own stunts because it made the character feel more real to him.
"Joe Lando and Jane Seymour on the set of Friendsgiving, set to come out next year."
Named one of People Magazine's 50 Most Beautiful People in the World for 1993, the actor is still as handsome as ever.
Lando tied the knot with Kirsten Barlow at the Phoenician Resort in Scottsdale, Arizona.
Referring to Lando's character on "Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman," the actress wrote:
"Summers with Sully!"
Numerous fans promptly shared their thoughts on the picture. Most of them commented that they missed Mickaela and Sully on TV.
In 2014, Lando joined several Dr. Quinn castmates as they all reprised their roles for the "Funny or Die" parody "Dr. Quinn, Morphine Woman."
Lando's other notable TV shows are "Guiding Light," "Higher Ground," "Summerland," and "The Secret Circle."
He has also appeared in several movies, including "Seeds of Doubt" and "No Code of Conduct."
According to IMDB, in May 1997, Lando tied the knot with Kirsten Barlow at the Phoenician Resort in Scottsdale, Arizona.
He has four children — Jack Neville, Christian Antonio, Kate Elizabeth, and William Joseph.