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  • Amber Marshall AS AMY FLEMING



    Amber Marshall is now in her eighth season of portraying Amy Fleming on Heartland. Growing up in London, Ontario she trained with The Original Kids Theatre Company and attended L.B. Pearson School for the Arts. She has appeared in numerous film and television productions, displaying a remarkable range and vulnerability.
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  • Graham Wardle AS TY BORDEN



    The 27 year old BC born actor has been involved in film and television from the age of six. Growing up on commercial sets for toys like Micro Machines and Nerf, he has always had an eye on creating works of his own. Graham has completed three years of film school at Capilano University's Motion Picture and Production Program and is currently loving working on Heartland. With a huge passion for stories and mythology, Graham studies the works of Alan Watts and Joseph Campbell regularly.
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  • Michelle Morgan AS LOU FLEMING MORRIS



    Michelle is the fourth of six children from a Chilean-Canadian family. She was born in Calgary and grew up moving between Vancouver and Toronto. She developed her love of acting while goofing off with her high school improvisation team, and went on to study drama at the University of Toronto. Michelle began her acting career on the stage, performing in everything from Shakespeare, to a British farce, to new plays developed with her peers. She never stopped goofing off, and loves to take part in live sketch comedy, notably performing at Laugh Sabbath nights in Toronto. Michelle's first appearance on the big screen was the lead role in George A. Romero's Diary of the Dead. Other notable appearances include Stargate Atlantis, The L Word, Bunnyhug and The Smart Women's Survival Guide. Free time Michelle has is spent hanging out with her family, snowboarding, surfing, cooking, writing, and growing plants. For many years she has volunteered with Women's Shelters across Canada, developing drama workshops for children and public speaking workshops for mothers. Michelle believes that everyone has a right to a safe and loving home. She hopes to some day work with her heroes Tim Burton, Wes Anderson and Michel Gondry.
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  • Shaun Johnston AS JACK BARTLETT



    Shaun defines his own work by his goals, and models his development as an actor after one of his favourite films, The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance. Shaun says, “In demonstrating the codes of commitment and honour, this film inspires one to be, simply, a good man.” Shaun was born and raised in Ponoka, about an hour south of Edmonton, where he earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts in the University of Alberta's acclaimed drama program. Johnston's first work as a professional was in Alberta's thriving theatre scene. In 1993, he played his first lead in a feature film as a loose-living biker in William Hornecker's tragic drama, Two Brothers a Girl and a Gun. That role won him the first of several Alberta Film & Television Awards for best actor. Numerous film and television parts followed in both Canada and the U.S. including X-Files, Jake and the Kid, Smallville, Traders, DaVinci’s Inquest, the Gemini Award winning Mayerthorpe and Emmy Award winning Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee. In 2007 Shaun took on the role of Jack Bartlett and received a Gemini nomination for his work on Heartland's first season. An actor who incarnates a North American western archetype, Johnston would have been at home in Gary Cooper, John Wayne and Glenn Ford pictures of other eras. Reassuringly old school, his Jack Bartlett stands for home, honesty, and uncomplaining acceptance of whatever cards life hands him. Off-screen, Johnston is an avid hockey player and guitar player who co-founded Shadow Theatre, currently one of Edmonton’s most successful theatre companies. He's an avid Charitable Event Producer having raised funds and awareness for organizations such Big Brothers Big Sisters, Children's Cottage Society and Autism Calgary. In 2011, Shaun was honoured to receive the David Billington Award, presented annually to an Albertan who has made an invaluable contribution to Alberta’s production community with their passion and dedication.
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  • Alisha Newton AS GEORGIE CRAWLEY



    Born and raised in Vancouver, Alisha Newton has been acting in TV commercials at age 4 and started taking on TV and film roles when she was 8. In 2010 she was cast as a series regular for a Warner Bros/CW pilot as well as landing a role on "Supernatural”. 2013 has been a big year with Alisha winning a Young Artist Award in Los Angeles for best supporting actress in a TV series for Heartland. Then the 20th Century Fox feature film “Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters” was released with Alisha playing young Annabeth. She was nominated for a Union of BC Performers / ACTRA Award for her work last year on Heartland. Off screen, Alisha spends time with her family, friends, and her Australian Shepherd “Zoey”. Her hobbies include swimming, skiing and horseback riding.
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  • Chris Potter AS TIM FLEMING



    Chris Potter was born in Toronto and raised in London, Ontario, Canada. An early start in theatre and music ultimately led to him finding a calling in film and television work. An actor with great versatility, Chris has a flare for edgy roles. He has accumulated an impressive volume of credits in a 25 year career. Chris is also an accomplished director and producer. On Heartland he has directed 11 episodes. He has starred in 7 successful TV series (over 450 cumulative one-hour episodes) in addition to numerous TV guest appearances, television movies and feature films. Over the length of his career Chris has become a recognized international actor and star to many loyal fans. He continues to donate his time, his support and loyal commitment to numerous charities. Chris and his wife Karen have also placed their family life and raising their four, now grown up, children as their top priority. Chris Potter's full list of credits and awards are available on IMDB.com
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  • Kerry James AS CALEB ODELL



    The son of an RCMP officer, James was born in Saanich on Vancouver Island and because of his father's occupation moved around a lot when he was young. He lived in such disparate places such as Vancouver, the northern Canadian community of Dees Lake and in sunny Kelowna in the British Columbia interior, where he finished high school. While growing up, fantasy and being creative were always a part of James' life and he took a keen interest in acting in high school, where he learned both that he had a talent for it and that he thoroughly loved it. Shortly after graduating he moved to Vancouver to train to become an actor and to improve and hone his skills. He trained at the Vancouver Film School. His current coach and mentor is the legendary acting coach Warren Robertson. After extensive stage work James began acting in front of the camera. He has had a recurring role in "Aliens in America" and also played Joey Deems in the television movie "On the Other Hand, Death: A Donald Strachey Mystery." He also had a role in the family horror television feature "The Boy Who Cried Werewolf" with Brooke Shields, and can be seen as Butch Cassidy in "Goodnight for Justice: Queen of Hearts." Away from "Heartland" Kerry has a passion for writing and one day wants to direct himself in films that he has scripted. A natural athlete, he also enjoys most sports, including boxing and football.
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  • Gabriel Hogan AS PETER MORRIS



    Toronto born Gabriel Hogan comes from an acting family, as both his parents; Michael Hogan and Susan Hogan are well known to television viewers. In fact, on an episode from Season 5 of Heartland, in a case of life imitating art, Michael and Susan played Peter's parents - the first time the three of them appeared on screen together playing parents and a son. Tall, with leading man looks, Gabriel has been acting on television and in films since he was young. On television he is known for his roles as Ian Farnham in "Traders" and as Mitch Barsworth in "The Associates," but he has appeared in numerous television movies and mini-series, including "Flashpoint" and "The Bridge" and most recently as young Joe Kennedy in "The Kennedys." He also played Danny Sless in 21 episodes over two seasons on "King." Other television movies Gabe has been in include "Murder in the Hamptons," "Crazy Canucks," "Widow on the Hill" and "Mayday." His feature film work includes roles in "Peacekeepers," "Canada Russia '72" (playing Ken Dryden), "The One," "Head In The Clouds," "Accidental Friendship" and "Show Me."
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  • Nathaniel Arcand AS SCOTT CARDINAL



    Nathaniel Arcand is Plains Cree (Nehiyaw), from the Alexander First Nation Reserve. He was born and raised in Edmonton. Arcand was excited by the prospect of acting at age five when he first saw a Bruce Lee movie at a drive-in theatre. After watching the movie, he asked his mother how he could become an actor. She told him she didn't know, but that if he wanted to be an actor, he should follow his dreams. He acted in high school and was discovered by a talent agent. Arcand's first small break in film was the 1994 role of Tree-Climber in "Savage Land," alongside Graham Greene. A few roles followed, but his career took off upon landing the role of William MacNeil in the CBC television series "North of 60." In 1997 he was nominated for a Gemini Award for Best Performance by an Actor in a Featured Supporting Role in a Dramatic Series for this role. He gained extensive experience on this successful Canadian television series as well as 0n "Due South." Arcand also worked with legendary film director Lord Richard Attenborough, acting alongside Pierce Brosnan in "Grey Owl." Today Arcand is a well-respected and established actor. He had lead roles in both "Montana Sky" and in Twentieth Century Fox Films' "Pathfinder." In the Showcase television series "Moose TV," he stars as Clifford Mathew who, with his friend George (played by Adam Beach), decide to reopen an abandoned television station in the isolated town of Moose. He also starred as Victor Merasty in the first two seasons of the edgy APTN series "Blackstone." Other notable feature roles Arcand has been in include performances in "Black Cloud," "Skins," "Ginger Snaps Back: The Beginning," "Speaking of Sex" and "American Outlaws." His television work includes the miniseries "DreamKeeper," "The Lone Ranger" (as Tonto), "100 Days in the Jungle," "Fear Itself" and "Into the West."
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