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Heartland not only features a cast of realistic characters in stories featuring drama, comedy, adventure, and romance, but also regularly explores current issues in the horse industry through those stories.
With her amazing gift for healing and training horses, and skills in show jumping and Western riding, the series’ lead character, Amy Fleming, is as horsey as they come; and Amber Marshall, the actress who plays Amy, is just as horsey.
Olivia, who recently received an Emmy award nomination for her role in The Night Manager, has even been tipped for the job by her Broadchurch co-star David Tennant who played the tenth Doctor. If you have the right people telling the right stories then it’s absolutely a possibility,' he said.
Other favourites with punters include Broadchurch actor Andrew Buchan, Game Of Thrones star Iwan Rheon, James Bond's Q Ben Whishaw and and The IT Crowd's Richard Ayoade.
Recently, star Amber Marshall previewed the upcoming ninth season of the UP series.
The Canadian drama follows a young woman who has a natural gift with horses.
Interviewed by Melanie Huggett CBC’s hit TV series Heartland, a drama set on a ranch in the foothills of southern Alberta, has captured the attention of horse lovers across the country.
The series centers on sisters Amy and Lou Fleming who live with their grandfather, Jack, on his horse ranch.
Growing up in London, Ontario she trained with The Original Kids Theatre Company and attended L. Amber was honoured with the inaugural Canada’s Screen Star Award – voted by fans – at the 2013 Canadian Screen Awards and in the past was nominated for the Los Angeles based ‘Young Artist Award,’ for her work as the title character in The Elizabeth Smart Story.
Avid BBC viewers seem to be under the impression that Marshall is transferring his skills as a Detective to a Doctor - and is in the running to play Doctor Who in the wake of Peter Capaldi's decision to leave.'Maybe a coincidence but since Doctor Who needs a new lead, interesting that that Kris Marshall has now quit Death in Paradise. I'm still thinking whether I've made the right decision.'It is amazing and I've been filming in London since and there's a moment when you stand in the cold and think why am I not in flips flops in the Caribbean?
' The theory proved popular as the news spread that Marshall is leaving the role of Detective Inspector Humphrey Goodman.
He announced overnight that he is leaving his long-running series Death In Paradise after four years on the BBC show, so that he can spend less time away from his family. 'So Kris Marshall leaves #Death In Paradise, just as they're starting to look for a new #Doctor Who... ;-)' a fourth person theorised.'Huh so Kris Marshall leaves Death in Paradise around the same time Peter Capaldi leaves Doctor Who. Speculation: Avid BBC viewers seem to be under the impression that Marshall is transferring his skills as a Detective to a Doctor - and is in the running to play Doctor Who in the wake of Peter Capaldi's decision to leave Some didn't seem too keen on the idea.'If Kris Marshall is the new #Doctor Who they might as well cast a toilet brush. The 43-year-old actor - whose big break came in the form of BBC sitcom My Family - revealed on Thursday's episode of Good Morning Britain that the decision was made in order to spend more time with his family after his daughter was born last year, leaving him 'bereft' while away filming in the Caribbean.
And almost immediately, speculation began to spin on social media as to the real reason Kris Marshall has chosen to do this. Another typed 'Kris marshall should play doctor who...' as a further tweeter concurred: 'Kris Marshall will be the 13th Doctor. It has been confirmed that after he departs the show, he will be replaced by Father Ted funnyman Ardal O'Hanlan, who will play Detective Inspector Jack Mooney, a role he debuts in Thursday night's episode of the show. It's time to move on and give someone else some sun.