Everyone has a role that in their minds would be a dream role, whether it's doing Shakespeare, a historical drama that's based back in the middle ages, the hero in some supercharged action flick, a comedic slapstick role or would you like to try your hand at being a villian taking over the world (just a few examples)..kinda curious!?!
Posted by: Dalaigh on November 23, 2009 at AM A: First off I want to say thank you Dalaigh for your support. I would love to be a part of an action film like the Bourne movies with Matt Damon. I'm a big fan of current films that push the boundaries of what we have seen.
The second installment of the Heartland cast interviews is here. --------------------------------------------- Q: Hello Graham from El Salvador, Central America....... I extend an invitation to my country as I'm sure you could have a great experience... My question will be: What is the most challenging aspect of portraying Ty Borden and why?
There were a TON of really great questions, so as I said last time if we didn't get to your question, there will be plenty of other opportunities in the weeks to come! Posted by: Evelyn on November 23, 2009 at AM A: Ty had a rough childhood, and to portray some of those emotions he has can be a challenge at times.
The show had everything I needed to keep me entertained, keep me laughing, keep me rooting for the good guys.
They were really sweet and didn’t laugh (too much) as I walked into the Hard Rock Cafe carrying every single thing I own on my shoulders.
I had a pretty normal childhood compared to him so I have to do my homework when I'm preparing for some of his interactions with his past. It's difficult but I know the result will be a more interesting character.
--------------------------------------------- Q: Hey Graham..wanted to start off by saying you rock in the role of Ty!The Big Break While Marshall’s first principle role was that of Ally on YTV’s “Super Rupert” (2001), her first truly big break was when she was cast in the title role of 2003’s “The Elizabeth Smart Story.” Marshall’s performance as an abducted young woman landed her a nomination for the Los Angeles-based Young Artist Award for Best Actress in a Movie.” Amber’s Love for Animals Like her Heartland character, Marshall lives in Alberta and runs her own ranch.Marshall’s property features numerous dogs, cats, cows, bunnies and hens (including one named Dolly Parton) running around the land.Staying Social Marshall has a heavy-duty social media presence, with more than 117,000 followers on Facebook and more than 53,000 people sticking by her side on Twitter.Marshall regularly updates these folks about happenings in her personal life, as well as what’s going on with “Heartland.” Experienced Canadian Producers: Vision TV is currently accepting programming proposals for our 2017/18 broadcast seasons and beyond.It could be Anywhere, Canada…not a specific town, right? The cast actually found this to be more sweet than stalker-esque, which really feels like a testament to a Canadian cast.