Jack Neville Lando is the son of Joe Lando and Kirsten Barlow. Jack was born on June 3, 1998. Jack’s father is an American actor and producer most recognizable for playing Byron Sully on the TV series Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman.
Jack Neville Lando: Bio Summary
|Name||Jack Neville Lando|
|Date Of Birth||June 3, 1998|
|Famous as||The son of Joe Lando|
|Parents||Joe Lando, Kirsten Barlow|
|Siblings||William Joseph Lando, Christian Antonio Lando, Kate Elizabeth Lando|
|Grandparents||virginia Lando and Joe Lando|
Jack Lando’s parents got married on May 24, 1997, at the Phoenician Resort in Scottsdale, Arizona, and gave birth to four children including Jack Lando.
Jack Lando’s siblings are Kate Elizabeth Lando, William Joseph Lando, and Christian Antonio Lando. Jack’s aunty, Kathy Lando is the elder sister of his father. Kathy Lando is ten years older than Jack’s father, Joe Lando.
Jack’s father’s parents were Joseph Lando, a fishing tackle manufacturer, and Virginia Lando, a homemaker. He has appeared in television commercials and also worked as A Director of commercials, and worked as a cook, waiter, and bartender.
Jack Neville Lando’s father was named one of People Magazine’s “50 Most Beautiful People” in 1993. He has worked with actress and friend Jane Seymour on Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman, Dr. Quinn Medicine Woman: The Movie, Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman: The Heart Within, Perfectly Prudence, Dr. Quinn, Morphine Woman with Jane Seymour, and Friendsgiving. Jack’s father also worked with director Matthew Hastings on Higher Ground, Bloodsuckers, and Engaged to Kill.
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Jack’s dad insisted on doing almost all his own stunts at the time he played Byron Sully in Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman.
He said doing his own stunt work made the character feel more real to him and he also revealed that some stunts, such as eating worms and running on top of a moving train, were things that he would probably never have an opportunity to do again.
Jack Neville Lando’s dad has won numerous awards including Canadian TV Guide awards, most popular male actor, 1993, 1994, and 1995, Bronze Otto, Bravo, third most popular actor on television, 1995, and Silver Otto, second most popular actor on television, 1996, and Family Film Award, outstanding actor in a television series, 1996, all for Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman; named one of the “twenty–five most intriguing people of 1997,” in an online poll conducted by People Weekly, 1997.