Amber marshall dating shawn turner
Amber Marshall of CBC's Heartland answers questions from the audience while atop her horse during her stop at the Grande Prairie Stompede last year.
Marshall returns for the Stompede’s 40th anniversary celebration this weekend.
Like I said, you just get used to juggling everything.” Marshall will be the guest speaker at a luncheon at Clarkson Hall at Evergreen Park on Saturday and Sunday.
“I target my younger audience because I think there are so many young women and young men out there who struggle with a lot of self-esteem issues in this day and age,” she said. “I love social media for certain things, but I also hate it for other things.
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She married longtime partner Shawn Turner four years ago.
They live on a ranch outside Calgary with a menagerie of animals, including dogs, cats, pigs, chickens, turkeys, steers, a peacock and even an alpaca, not to mention Marshall’s horses, within driving distance of the set in High River, south of Calgary.
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.
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“For me, the last decade was about filming with animals, but kids are highly unpredictable, so there’s a freshness to it,” said Marshall of the show that airs at 7 p.m. It’s been a whole new way of going about a scene.” In 2015, to become the longest-running hour-long drama in Canadian television history, while keeping the same cast throughout. “Very, very rarely do you see a show go even six seasons with the same cast. Our baby on the show is being raised by a full family. “I think this show’s cast has stayed together so long because there’s no ego on the set. No one has let the show or stardom go to their head.