Film and Television
- Ray Donovan Co-Star John Dahl
- Dolphin Tale 2 Supporting Charles Martin Smith
- Time in Between Lead David Palomares
- Deceived Lead Carlos Jimenez Flores
- No Hitter Lead Julius Robins
- Dolphin Tale Supporting Charles Martin Smith
- Attack of the 50ft.Cheerleader Supporting Kevin O’Neill
- Historias Supporting Gloriana Fonseca
- Champion Lead Corey Beauregard
- The Puppet Apocalypse Lead Alexandre Boyle
- Field of Honor Supporting Matt Fisher
- Tilbury North Lead Grant Collins/Louis Mechino
- Viva Humanity Lead Corey Beauregard
- Snakeskin Lead Matt Giammichele
- 3 Hands Supporting J. Michael Roddy/Chad Raucci
- Havana Supporting Esteban Rodriguez
Betsy Landin is an exceptionally talented Latino film actress. She is in conversation with Namita Nayyar, President Women Fitness.
Ms. Namita Nayyar: Your love and inclination for entertaining audiences reflected when you were the youngest member of the church choir at the age of three and later decided to pursue acting. You reached the height of success and acted in the feature film “Dolphin Tale”. Tell us about your journey that took you to where you are now in the world of acting as an actress?
Ms. Betsy Landin: I’ve always enjoyed acting. Ever since I was a kid. I always saw it as a hobby, something fun, but never really thought it’d end up being my career. In fact, I went to school for music and sang in local cover bands. I was even recording several times for solo projects and with a girl group, but nothing ever came of it. When things started happening in the acting side, I chose to put the music aside. As soon as I made that choice, the doors began to open. Everything happens for a reason.
Ms. Namita Nayyar: You have selected a profession of being an actress in films that requires a lot of hard labor, technical soundness and excellence in different faculties to finally succeed, how do you achieve that?
Ms. Betsy Landin: I guess I just love the challenge of learning a new set of skills or researching a role. It’s part of developing the character for me. Just as much as when I sit down to write a biography for each of the characters I’ve done, the training process is a time for me to step into their skin. I’ve always been really active and love doing my own stunts whenever they let me. I’ve also earned a few bruises. When the adrenaline is kicking in you just want to brush it off and do another take. I love what I do so even when the hours are long and I’m cold and dirty or doing strenuous work… I’m just happy to be on set working.