The January 8, 2018, edition of Closer has a small feature on the 25th anniversary of Dr. Quinn. It's on sale now.
Jane Seymour and Joe Lando from "Dr. Quinn."
Do you know that they are still friends?
The series began to be created 25 years ago.
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In the 90s, "Dr Quinn" everyone watched. The show telling the story of a female doctor in the Wild West was very popular. The first episodes were broadcast in 1993, the last ones in 1998. And although almost 20 years have passed since then, many people still associate several main characters and actors who played the title doctor and her beloved.
Michael Quinn was playing beautiful Jane Seymour, and Joe Lando was given the role of Byron. Sully was younger than a doctor, handsome, with wavy, long hair ... Do you remember?
Apart from the actors' plan, however, it was not connected to long-term love but friendship. And it continues despite the passage of time. See how Seymour and Lando changed!
The actress from time to time puts photos and videos from meetings with Joe on her Instagram profile. There is no shortage of hugs and wide smiles on them. You can see that the two still have feelings with each other. Only that instead of love we have a faithful friendship.
Fans of the charming couple also hoped for a romance with a happy ending. It happened differently. Unhappily, in love, the rejected actor had to cope with failure. It worked, although it probably was not easy to look at Seymour, who first married another, later gave birth to twins.
Joe got married in 1997, soon his wife gave birth to four children. In interviews about the advantages of Kirsten, it is often not mentioned by Lando, but Seymour, who seems to like and appreciate a woman. They are not rivals, but there is probably a little jealousy in this triangle. Jane repeats every opportunity that Joe is her best friend, embraces him and hugs him.
Currently, Lando is 56 years old, and Seymour 66, however, it shows him how much time has passed since the last day of shooting on the set of "Dr. Quinn". The blond curls were gone, greens, short hair and sunglasses appeared. Seymour arrived wrinkles, but the star still has a slim, shapely figure, is very neat.
How does Sully look like with Dr. Quinn today? Joe Lando is unrecognizable 20 years after production.
He looks completely different than in the series.
"Doctor Quinn" is one of the most popular series of the nineties. It premiered in Poland at the end of 1994. It was unusual because it was kept in the western convention. A young doctor, played by Jane Seymour, opened her own medical practice in the Wild West. From that moment her story began. At the side of the doctor appeared handsome Byron Sully, who became a huge support for her.
Sully was played by Joe Lando, who is now 56 years old. Just after completing the cinematography for "Doctor Quinn", the actor decided to cut his characteristic long hair. Later, he did not disappear from the media, although it was harder to get to know him in a short hairstyle. Lando played in many well-known films and series, including: "JAG - military investigative office", "School of Survival", "NCIS agents" and "The Secret Circle". Before the adventure with acting, Joe was a stuntman, waiter and even a pizza seller.
In 1997 Joe got married to Kirsten Barlow. This information saddened fans of "Doctor Quinn", who would most likely see actor alongside Jane Seymour. Actors, however, remained in very good contacts and are still friends today, as evidenced by frequent photos of Joe on Instagram Seymour. Lando from Barlow have four children. An interesting fact is that in 1993 he was named one of the most handsome people in the world according to People magazine. He also has Polish roots. How does he look today?
In this article from Mexico, Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman is included on a list of inspiring medical dramas. Here is the English translation of an excerpt from the article.
Medical Dramas Re-Inspire
With the release of the new season of the series Gray's Anatomy and waiting for the new installment of The Night Shift, medicine re-inspires the television and with histories with more realism reflect the daily life in hospitals, which has turned them Of the favorite of the viewers worldwide.
"I think the popularity of medical dramas is because they are more and more real situations, the procedures are advised by true doctors, life and death are the protagonists of these shows," said in an interview with Chronicle the American actor Scott Wolf, who is part of the cast of The Night Shift as Dr. Clemmens.
Wolf, who is preparing for the fourth season of the series, said that the difference between the programs on medicine that were transmitted in the 80s and 90s is that "now it is a priority to show with real realism medical procedures, we always have real doctors In the set so that they orient us mainly in the terminology".
Dr. Quinn is also known in several countries as: The Woman Healing was a multi-award-winning series, created by Beth Sullivan, which was broadcast by the US network CBS for 6 seasons, from January 1, 1993 to May 16, 1998 In 150 episodes and later in 2 films emitted in television.
The story begins in 1867 and focuses on a Boston, Massachusetts, Micaela Quinn, Dr. Mike (played by actress Jane Seymour). After the death of her father, Dr. Mike decides to go to work in Colorado Springs and open her own practice.
While trying to get accustomed to the big differences between Boston and Colorado Springs, she makes friends with Byron Sully (played by actor Joe Lando), a friend of the Indians, and Charlotte Cooper, matron and owner of a guest house (played by Diane Ladd).
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He's still a fellow: Sully from Doctor Quinn is not at all anxious!
Since the premiere of the cult series has already passed a quarter century, but an affectionate, whom he celebrated, as though time did not touch at all ...
So, to a few details, the long-awaited Western horseractic track replaced a more practical, short cut, a few gray shades, and some deeper wrinkles on its symmetrical face ... But former chef Joe Lando, who before celebrating 24 years glorified the role of fellow manager Sully in Doctor Quinn's series, still definitely not part of the old iron, although celebrated its 55th birthday last December.
Joe lives in a happy marriage with Kirsten Barlow, a 14-year-old daughter of Kate Elizabeth and three sons - 19-year-old Jack Neville, 16-year-old Christian Anthony and 10-year-old William Joseph. Still shooting 1-2 movies a year - and you can enjoy it tonight in the romantic movie LoveToTake likes the role of Farmer Cliff - the father of the charming male mainstream hero Early (Jean-Luc Bilodeau)!
Joe today - like Cliff in the movie So it tastes love
Thus today looks Sully from "Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman '
It was a family western drama set in the 19th century, which is five years before the small screen holder viewers around the world. While the actress, Jane Seymour, continued successfully her acting career, her colleague, Joe Lando, why are women
Unrecognizable it: See how it looks today Sully from "Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman"
SERIES "Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman" was broadcast from 1993 to 1998 and from small screen holder pinned wider audience. The plot of this western drama set in America in the 19th century and follows the doctor who after graduation from Boston moves to the Wild West and her life in a small town.
Over time, the developing romance between her and attractive Byron Sully who has attracted the...
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Film director Lee Stanley will produce his new film using natural scenes from the borough of Loreto, which will be named Paloma Flight. (Villalobos) / The Sudcaliforniano
Loreto will stage the movie Paloma Flight
Loreto, Baja California Sur.- Loreto is the perfect setting for filming the new production of international film director Lee Stanley, titled "Paloma Flight", which will start filming
In the 1990s, Sunday afternoons belonged to "Dr Quinn." TVP renders the cult series and counts on the sentiment of viewers.
Prepare shotguns and cowboy hats, tie your heads with headscarves, and jump on a steely charger, because public television has come up with the idea of taking viewers on a sentimental journey straight to the Wild West. And it will not be "Westworld" or even "Deadwood", but the TV hit of the 90s - the immortal "Dr. Quinn."