Heartland’s Amber Marshall
With 157 episodes and 61 months of filming behind her, Amber Marshall, CBC Heartland’s Amy Fleming, has travelled a long – and sometimes quite traumatic – road over these past 10 years. “She’s had a rough life,” Amber said. “The series began with the death of her mother, when she was only 15 or 16 at the time, so that’s definitely something that’s followed her the entire 10 years of the series.” Another difficult time in Amy’s life was when she was struck blind temporarily in season seven. “I know that for me, as an actor, playing blind was really hard to do. And I think as a person dealing with that trauma of never knowing if you’re going to see again … with Amy that’s everything to her because she would have a really hard time doing what she does without her sight.” However challenging the role may be,…
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