Reunited and it feels so good.
On Monday, Jane Seymour took to Instagram and shared two snapshots together with her former “Dr. Quinn, Medication Lady” castmates William Shockley, Jason Leland Adams and Joe Lando. The co-stars received collectively to have a good time Lando’s birthday a bit early this yr. The actor turns 60 on Thursday.
“Even in spite of everything these years they nonetheless carry me!” the actress gushed on social media. “My coronary heart is full after spending time with these unbelievable people. @williamshockley, Jason Adams, and I received collectively to get an early begin on celebrating Joe’s huge birthday! 60’s simply across the nook!”
Shockley additionally shared a candy tribute to his longtime pal on Instagram.
“Comfortable Birthday to Joe Lando … my pricey buddy, my brother, my comrade-in-arms throughout our epic years spent collectively on ‘Dr. Quinn, Medication Lady,'” the actor wrote.
“And now nearly 30 years later … I do know greater than ever … the best present in life is the time that we share collectively,” shared the 58-year-old. “You’re a soulful, gifted, warmhearted man, Joey. Blessed to share the highway of life with you.”
Simply final yr, Seymour reunited with a few of her “Dr. Quinn” castmates for a particular Zoom occasion with Leisure Weekly the place they reminisced about their time bringing the Western medical drama to life. The sequence ran for six seasons from 1993 till 1998.
Throughout that digital get-together, Seymour, 70, recalled what it was like working alongside Johnny Money who guest-starred as Child Cole.
“I keep in mind the time it was like three or 4 within the morning and we had been filming within the little shed up someplace and we had a pigsty,” Seymour recalled. “And [Johnny Cash’s wife] June was sitting with me and all of us within the pigsty. And he or she was consuming her dinner off of Meissen China with George and silver.”
“And he or she stated, ‘Honey, I’m simply too previous and too wealthy and too well-known to be doing this,’” the British actress continued. “And I stated, ‘Sadly, I’m not.’ She stated, ‘How will we pace this up?’ After which Johnny checked out us and he took his prop guitar and he went into the set and he began serenading the crew. And so they out of the blue went tremendous quiet. And so they received that factor fastened tremendous fast and so they received a free live performance by Johnny Money. True story.”
The late musician appeared in 4 episodes of “Dr. Quinn” between 1993 and 1997.
The interval drama in regards to the trials and adventures of a feminine physician in a Wild West city, acquired 19 Emmy nominations and took dwelling 4 awards. Seymour, who performed Dr. Michaela Quinn, was nominated for 2 Emmys.