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Yellowstone's Jennifer Landon Gets Honest About How Fans Treat Her

If there's one thing actors have to expect when they appear in a popular TV show, it's that fans are bound to recognize them in real life. And as of right now, one of the most beloved series on the air is "Yellowstone," which follows the exploits of the Dutton family and the constant attacks on their ranch. While they merely attempt to earn a living as good, down-to-earth people, there are numerous nefarious forces out there who want to get their hands on their land, but the Duttons aren't going to let that happen any time soon. 

Interestingly enough, one of the most popular characters on "Yellowstone" isn't actually related to the Duttons at all. Ever since Teeter (Jennifer Landon) was first introduced in Season 3 as a new ranch hand, she's gone on to become a fan favorite. Viewers seem to love her salt-of-the-earth attitude and the fact she's basically just one of the guys, getting into scraps with the best of them. As such, it should be no surprise to hear how Landon gets recognized in real life, but it may not be how you initially think.

Fans usually don't recognize Yellowstone's Jennifer Landon

Teeter has a pretty distinct look with her pink hair. As much as it may come as a surprise, Jennifer Landon typically doesn't sport such a hair color in her day-to-day life, which probably helps in allowing her to go undetected by fans. She revealed as much during an interview with Screen Rant, where she admitted, "I don't get recognized because I think I just look so different for some reason. I register as different. Like, when I move through the world, people don't get it." 

However, her anonymity even goes further than that as she later reveals how people she works with don't even recognize her sometimes, to the point where she'll have to state who she is for them to get the picture. 

The only time she really gets recognized when she's out and about is when she has Teeter's iconic pink hair during filming. At that point, fans have an unusual way of greeting her: "When I had pink hair in Montana, it happened a couple times ... It was like these young dudes driving, and I was like putting gas in my car, and they're like, 'Teeter!'" You know you've made it as an actor when people simply shout your character's name back at you.