Amber marshall and graham wardle dating in real life
enters is twelfth season, we sat down with Marshall and Wardle to ask them about the secrets to successful long-term working relationships and how their onscreen bonds affect their offscreen friendships.
They also share life lessons they've learned from their other co-stars, the horses of didn't have any type of competitiveness.
Having a baby is a life-changing event for new parents.
Having a baby in the pretend world of television brings its own challenges, as London’s Amber Marshall is discovering in the record 11th season of CBC’s hit hour-long drama That’s part of the storyline this season, which began last weekend after Amber’s character, Amy, gave birth to a baby girl, Lyndy Marion, with husband Ty (Graham Wardle) at the end of last season. The (twin sisters) on the show are lovely, happy babies and in some of the scenes the babies are supposed to be unhappy and my biggest challenge is to hide her smiling face from the camera when she’s supposed to be crying because she’s teething.
“My heart still falls for the horses over the Hogs.” The combination of distance and her busy schedule means she makes fewer trips back to Ontario, but said fans (she has hundreds of thousands of followers on social media) can depend on her returning for the Royal Agriculture Winter Fair and Royal horse show in early November.
Marshall said she finds it “amazing” that fans travel from around the world to see her and Heartland cast members at events. “I’ll be at an event and meet people from Germany, Australia, or Texas.” Marshall said, unlike last season when the pregnant Amy was less involved with the horses, she’s getting back to her comfort zone. I think the audience is going to really enjoy seeing Amy and Ty as parents.” And parenthood for Marshall?
But Kaitlyn and I got along really well and, over the years, our characters started to see eye-to-eye.So maybe it's about the people too, not just the stories.: When Amber started her magazine and her clothing line and jewelry, she just stepped up.Just being able to talk back and forth because he's my co-worker and my friend is helpful, but I think he's really great at opening ideas for me as a fellow actor and making me appreciate the writing and what's on the page. If you don't respect your co-workers, it's hard to have an understanding of their ideas and where they want to go.Also, in acting it's so important to appreciate that everyone does things a little differently.