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It’s on in 98 countries still and it plays all the time, so it’s timeless and it’s extraordinary. You know, ‘Let’s do “Springtime for Hitler” and get rid of our commitments to these people.’ I didn’t know that! I do have special things I’ll do: I do stomach crunches – you can do those anytime. Because I used to do ballet, sometimes I’ll just hold the wall and just do a few plies and few ballet moves to keep my legs strong.
I just thought, ‘Wow this is a wonderful and a great part! Ballet barre, you can actually do that anywhere…a hotel room or whatever.
Peo Magazine voted him one of the Sexiest Men Alive, thanks to all that running around in buckskin. Lando was born and raised in Long Grove (outside Chicago), where his father owned a fish-tackle manufacturing business.
Quinn and Sully's chaste kisses are starting to get a little deeper. " Lando knows this much: You have to have a sense of humor to be the big hunk on the prairie. "I get letters from women telling me that they've asked their husbands to grow their hair long. After all, Lando is so popular that CBS tapped him to star in last year for a reported ,000 a week. "I've come a long way from flipping pizzas." Rewind a little further. "I had a girlfriend, but I would rather hang out with my buddies." (His girlfriend was actress Allison La Placa, who starred in the CBS-TV series "1 Didn't Even Go to My Senior Prom" Since La Placa graduated before Lando and went away to college, he spent his senior year alone. I get paid for looking filthy," he says as the dirt wrangler smears another dirty rag across his kisser.
Seriously, if it weren’t for an insatiable need to travel, she might not even leave the house.
Millions of fans across the world followed Sully's romance with Dr. Quinn Medicine Woman but it's not generally known that in real life, actor Joe Lando, who plays Sully, was smitten with the star of the show, Jane Seymour.
As their on-screen romance in the rugged setting of the Wild West blossomed and flourished into marrigae and the beginning of a family, few suspected that Joe would have liked it all to be coming true off screen, as he admits:"I'd always liked Jane Seymour as an actress, but when we met to begin filming in 1992, I fell madly in love with her.
“My father was an OB/GYN and my mother had done some Red Cross nursing — so neither of them were performers.
When I was very little, I was picked out at school for having flat feet and a speech impediment, so I had to deal with my ‘wuh wuh wuh.’ I had to do a whole kind of speech thing and my parents put me into dance class so that I would have arches in my feet. “My first major performance…I suppose that would be in when I played a Polichinelle (you know, the kids who dance out of the person with the big skirt) and a cavalry mouse. I remember doing that with the London Festival Ballet when I was 13 years old and I was so excited.