Joe Lando

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Joe Lando
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Joe Lando, 2012
Born Joseph John Lando
(1961-12-09) December 9, 1961 (age 53)
Prairie View, Illinois, U.S.
Years active 1986 - present
Spouse(s) Kirsten Barlow (1997-present) (4 children)

Joseph John Lando (born December 9, 1961) is an American actor, most recognizable for playing Byron Sully on the TV series Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman.

Lando attended Stevenson High School in Lincolnshire, Illinois.[1]

His first acting role was as a patrolman in Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home. He received attention from his role as Jake Harrison in the soap opera One Life to Live, and he went on to co-star in the popular drama Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman as Michaela Quinn's love interest, Byron Sully. He also appeared in the television series The Guiding Light and starred in Higher Ground; the latter he executive produced. He also played a small part in the series Summerland next to Lori Loughlin, and appeared in eight episodes of the TV series The Secret Circle as John Blackwell, the father of the main character.

He has also appeared in various films, such as Seeds of Doubt (1996) and No Code of Conduct (1998).

Filmography[edit]

Year Film Role Notes
1986 Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home Shore Patrolman film debut
1986 Nightingales Repairman Season 1, Episode 4
1990 Beauty and the Beast One of Gabriel's Thugs Episode: 'Beggar's Comet'
1990 I Love You to Death Pizza Guy
1990 One Life to Live Jake Harrison Part of the iconic couple "Jake & Megan"
1993 The Guiding Light Macauley West
1993 Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman Byron Sully Co-starred with Jane Seymour in 143 episodes, 1993–1998
1994 Shadows of Desire Sonny Snow
1995 The Nanny Himself, and in character as Byron Sully Cameo appearance
1996 Seeds of Doubt Raymond Crawford
1996 The John Larroquette Show Todd Episode: 'The Train Wreck'
1996 Alien Nation: The Enemy Within Rick Shaw
1997 California Byron Sully
1997 Any Place But Home Lucas Dempsey
1998 Blindness Patrick
1998 JAG Christopher Ragle Episodes: 'People v. Mac' and 'Mr. Rabb Goes to Washington'
1998 No Code of Conduct Willdog
1999 Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman: The Movie Byron Sully Also known as "Revolutions"
2000 The Adventures of Cinderella's Daughter King Gregory
2000 Higher Ground Peter Scarbrow Starred in 22 episodes, also Executive Producer for the series.
2001 Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman: The Heart Within Byron Sully
2002 Counterstrike Secret Service Agent Vince Kellogg AKA "Attack of the Queen"
2003 Killer Flood: The Day the Dam Broke David Arthur Powell
2003 Devil Winds Peter Jensen
2004 Summerland Tyler 'Driftwood Guy' James Obergon Episode: 'Life in the Fishbowl'
2004 Combustion Scott Daniels
2005 1-800-Missing SiAC Tobias Burke Episode: 'John Doe'
2005 Bloodsuckers Churchill AKA "Vampire Wars"
2005 Wildfire Pete Ritter Appeared in 7 episodes, 2005–2006
2006 Engaged to Kill Robert Lord
2006 A.I. Assault Major Richard Tunney AKA "Shockwave"
2010 Meteor Apocalypse David Dematti
2010 NCIS Lt. Cmdr Rob Clarke Episode: "Flesh and Blood"
2010 Spotlight Cal Johnson Short Film
2011 Perfectly Prudence Jack Jameson Hallmark Movie that reunited him with Dr. Quinn co-star, Jane Seymour
2012 The Secret Circle John Blackwell The CW series, 8 Episodes
2012 Layover / Abducted Elliot Lifetime Movie as "Layover" / on DVD as "Abducted"
2014 Hit the Floor Detective Ray Harris 2 Episodes: "Winner Takes All" and "Sudden Death"
2014 Born Wild Will Brooks Reunited him with Dr. Quinn castmate, William Shockley
2014 Dr. Quinn, Morphine Woman Byron Sully Reunited him with several Dr. Quinn castmates for this short parody produced by "Funny or Die."
TBA Freshwater Sheriff Jones
TBA Earth Fall Steven Lannon
TBA After Ours Danny

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