During its run of six seasons, the television show ‘Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman’ surely altered the way a great number of people experienced watching television. Those who came of age in the 1990s can attest to this fact. Dr. Michaela “Mike” Quinn was able to demonstrate to us, for the most part, that women are just as capable of achieving success in the profession of medicine as males are.
Naturally, every one of Dr. Mike’s (Jane Seymour) exploits would end with us wishing for more. We are unable to deny, however, that the chemistry she had on screen with her on-screen love interest, Byron Sully (played by Joe Lando), was a major factor in the show’s success and kept us eagerly anticipating the arrival of brand new episodes.
Seymour is well-known for his role as James Bond’s co-star in the film “Live and Let Die.” She has also been featured in a number of productions that have been met with widespread acclaim, including ‘Onassis: The Richest Man in the World’ and the 1976 miniseries ‘Captains and the Kings,’ the latter of which garnered her a nomination for an Emmy and the former of which earned her the award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Miniseries or Special.
In spite of the fact that Seymour’s work life has been rather fruitful, her personal life has been fraught with a number of significant challenges. Before beginning her relationship with James Keach, an actor and director, the celebrity had previously been married three times. Keach and Seymour had been married for 20 years when the actor Keach filed for divorce in 2013 after allegations of adultery on Seymour’s part.
Because the reports at the time suggested that Keach had been unfaithful with someone who Seymour knew, this caused Seymour a great deal of emotional distress. Soon after that, the pair broke up, which left Seymour feeling “devastated.”
In an interview with the Daily Mail, Jane Seymour finally discussed what transpired during her breakup in October 2019. She also discussed a wide variety of other topics, including how she keeps her youthful appearance, how she manages her professional life, and how she navigates her role as a mother and grandmother.
Seymour disclosed that Keach had, in point of fact, been unfaithful to her by the time the marriage had come to an end, and she discussed the profound effect this realization had on her.
Seymour continued to be cast in a wide range of films and television programs far into her 70s. According to the Daily Mail, her most recent role was in the show “The Komisky Method,” which also featured Michael Douglas, a longtime friend of Seymour’s who has known him for many decades.
The seasoned actress Seymour and her lover of five years, David Green, make their home in a star-studded neighborhood in Los Angeles. One of her neighbors is Simon Cowell, and another is Cher.
On the other side, Joe Lando is happily married to his wife Kirsten Barlow, whom he wed in 1997. The couple has two children together.
Did you know that the two stars of the program “Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman” did not get along when they were shooting the show for more than six years?
That is correct. Even though many of us got euphoric while watching Dr. Mike and Byron’s sequences together, the two of them were never genuinely on speaking terms off-screen. But how did Jane Seymour and Joe Lando first get romantically involved? To put it simply, it came about in the strangest manner imaginable. After a flash flood struck the set of their program, Seymour said that the whole thing began when she leapt out of a vehicle and onto Lando’s truck.
“There was a flash flood on the set, a real one, in which my car was being swept backwards, and I couldn’t get out because the guy who was driving it was an intern and did not want me to get out of the car,” Seymour said in an interview with Us Weekly in September 2019. “The guy who was driving it was an intern and did not want me to get out of the car,” Seymour said. “I rolled the window down, leaped out of the vehicle, and got into his pickup. That was the start of a very amazing friendship, “In addition, she said
It seems that Jane Seymour and Joe Lando’s post-breakup predicament after shooting the pilot for the program made it impossible for them to communicate to each other as soon as the cameras stopped running in the subsequent episodes of the show.
According to what Seymour claimed in the same interview, “We didn’t really communicate to one other for perhaps six or seven years, other than through conversation or making out.” “The fact that we loved one another in spite of the fact that we couldn’t be together in real life was plain to both of us. I guess we simply played it off as Michaela and Sully, but I may be wrong “Seymour provided an explanation.
Seymour also stated that their problems off-camera somehow made it possible for them to have “sexual tension” on the show, which they otherwise wouldn’t have had if they’d been portraying happy homes or whatever.
In spite of the animosity that existed between them, Seymour and Lando eventually became the best of friends after some time had passed. The star of “Wedding Crashers” describes him as her “closest friend on the earth” in actuality.
And now, fans have something wonderful to look forward to this holiday season as Seymour and Lando will return for an upcoming Lifetime Christmas movie titled “A Christmas Spark.” The movie is scheduled to air on December 1, 2018. Molly, a newly widowed woman, will be the protagonist of this novel (Seymour).