Following a period of dating, Graham, in 2015 tied the knot with Allison Wardle.
The end of last season was tied up with no loose ends: Georgie wins first place in the final jumping competition; Ty and Caleb pull off a switcheroo to retrieve Jack’s longhorn steer, given away in the first episode to retrieve money Ty paid for a lemon of a truck; and baby Lyndy has her naming ceremony with her own fireplace stone as other family members have received, including Jack’s new wife Lisa in the same episode.
Season 12 will begin with an episode titled Dare to Dream, directed by another London native, Chris Potter. which provides a solution to their parenting problems.”Potter also stars in the series as Amy and Lou’s father, Tim Fleming, a former champion rodeo rider who left their mom and struggled for years with drug and alcohol abuse.
They include; That One Night (2008), Yesterday (2009), Mon Ami (2012), and the Syfy TV movie Grave Halloween (2013).
With all these gigs, Graham has been able to amass a net worth estimated to be in the tune of $3 million.
Under his Movie Production and Entertainment Company, Lone Maverick, Wardle has made films such as Under Pressure (2008), The Vessel (2012) and Cold Lights (2013).
Read on to learn everything you need to know about Graham Wardle’s career and personal life.
He has been nominated thrice (2009, 20) for the Leo Award for Best Lead Performance by a Male in a Dramatic Series.
In between his Heartland gig, Graham has featured in a handful of other movies.
with no indication of an end to the record run anytime soon.
A 13th season, not expected to be announced for months, would suit Marshall just fine.“It’s unbelievable,” said Marshall, a London native, in a telephone interview. I can’t imagine a better project suited for me than Heartland.
Wasting the chance wasn’t an option, Grahan auditioned and got his first ever gig doing toy commercials for the likes of Micro Machines and Nerf.