Audrey Landers is a multi-faceted individual, always
ready to explore her many talents. She is an accomplished actor, singer, writer,
composer, and producer. Audrey can be seen as a recurring character, Veronica,
in the USA network TV series, BURN NOTICE, and in the film, Bachelor Party, to
be released in 2008 by 20th Century Fox. Perhaps she is best known for her portrayal
of Afton Cooper in the world hit television series, "Dallas," in which
she co-starred for eight years. In 1996, Audrey reprised her role as the sultry
songstress in the "Dallas" reunion movie for TV.
"Music is my first love," says Audrey. "That's where it all
began." At the age of twelve, she made her national television debut, performing
a country song she wrote. That led to a recording contract in Nashville for Epic
Records-and a yearlong stint on the daytime drama, "The Secret Storm."
Audrey spent her teen years working on the daytime drama," Somerset."
She also studied music at the Julliard School in New York, while majoring in psychology
at Columbia University. Then, Miss Landers moved to Los Angeles, and landed her
role in "Dallas" -all before her 21st birthday!
|One of Audrey's most rewarding projects
is her award-winning children's television series, "The
Huggabug Club." "The show was created by my sister, my mother, and
me, as a labor of love for all children." The musical, educational series
was donated to PBS by Ruth Landers,
and debuted on Public Television in 1996. It ran for about 5 years, and is currently
being broadcast on various Christian and urban stations. Audrey and her sister,
Judy, wrote 50 half-hour episodes,
as well as the 250 original songs in the series. "It has been a fulfilling
experience writing, producing, performing in, and even editing the series,"
says Audrey. "It is so rewarding to be able to reach out to children and
teach them valuable life lessons through music! I never run out of inspiration.
I try to look at the world through a child's eyes."|
Miss Landers' diverse talents have driven her career in many directions. Her successful family partnership with producer-manager-mother, Ruth Landers, and actor-writer-sister, Judy Landers, has churned out music videos, pilots, infomercials, and popular films and TV shows such as Ghost Writer, California Casanova, and Club Fed.
Audrey has been happily married since 1988, and she and her husband, Donald, have two sons.
Landers Productions' most recent projects include "The Yellow Balloon" and 2 other feature-length films currently in various stages of development and pre-production.
Still photo from Burn Notice,
USA Network's newest hit series : Audrey as
Veronica, with actor, Bruce Campbell as Sam
© Landers Productions