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I love progressing the current state of our society. Documentaries and inspirational films like "Into the Wild" are my kind of thing.

--------------------------------------------- Q: Hello Graham :) My question for you is: You have an on-screen romance with Amber Marshall's character Amy, is that real, or purely acting?

He auditioned and was selected for a toy commercial and went on to appear in a variety of TV shows, including The New Addams Family, Life as We Know It, and Supernatural.

Wardle studied at the Motion Picture and Production Program at Capilano University in Vancouver, where he participated in the creation of numerous films before graduating in 2007.

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?The reason I love my job is I get to create and share a character's life with an audience. --------------------------------------------- Q: Graham, you are stranded on a deserted island with Amber.In what ways would Amber contribute to your survival on the island and in what ways would she be of no help at all? She would probably be no help at all in the rescue effort. I make short videos that I post on my vimeo site at 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.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.

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