Rosalyn Landor was born in London and educated in part at the Royal Ballet School. She began her career at the age of seven when she appeared in the Hammer horror film The Devil Rides Out. She is best known for her leading roles on television series on BBC, ITV, and PBS, including Love in a Cold Climate, Rumpole of the Bailey and the Granada TV adaption of Sherlock Holmes. Her theatre roles include Sorel in Hay Fever in London's West End, and Raina in Arms and the Man. Rosalyn has read many audiobooks for which she has won multiple awards, including Female Narrator of the Year 2012 from the American Publishers Association.