Actress Jennifer Landon, who plays “Teeter” on the popular show “Yellowstone,” is no rookie to being on camera. But she likes having someone do her stunts for her.
Landon catches up with her stunt double Lindy Gorham in this photo taken from Landon’s Instagram account.
The photo shows Landon and Gorham looking at one another while holding an ice-cold Coors beer in their hands. They are looking at one another with smiles while dressed exactly alike.
Landon, a three-time Emmy Award winner, is the daughter of “Bonanza” and “Highway to Heaven” star Michael Landon.
The Daily Express in the United Kingdom recently did a story about the family ties.
Before taking the role as “Teeter” on “Yellowstone,” Landon was known for her role as Gwen Norbeck Munson in the CBS soap opera “As the World Turns.” She won three consecutive Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Younger Actress in a Drama Series.
Additionally, the show spent time before the season introducing Landon to its fans.
‘Teeter’ Calls Herself ‘A Lunchbox Actor’
In an interview with Decider.com, Landon calls herself “a lunchbox actor” after appearing on soap operas like “As The World Turns” and “Animal Kingdom.”
When she was asked what drew her to “Yellowstone,” Landon said, “Yellowstone‘s amazing. I’m a lunchbox actor. Each job is a job fought for and a job got.
“So after all that hard work, to get something like Yellowstone and to get to work Taylor Sheridan, who I have tremendous respect for, and with actors of this caliber, it’s a no-brainer,” Landon said. “Plus, I don’t know if I’ll ever audition for a part as cool as Teeter for the rest of my life. And I’m kind of okay with that.”
Meanwhile, before the third season of “Yellowstone” started, Landon and her role of “Teeter” were introduced through interviews and information provided by the Paramount network.