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From Fresh Faces to Familiar Favorites: How the Heartland Cast Has Grown Up

It's Been 16 Years! See How Much the Heartland Actors Have Aged

Heartland, the beloved CBC drama about the Fleming sisters and their ranch, has captivated audiences for over a decade. But how much has the cast aged alongside their characters? Let’s take a trip down memory lane and see how old the actors were when the show began compared to their current ages (as of March 2024).

Heartland: A Look Back at the Cast’s Ages Then and Now

Main Cast:

  • Amber Marshall (Amy Fleming): Marshall was a young 20 years old when she first brought Amy to life in 2007. Today, she’s a seasoned actress at 35.
  • Michelle Morgan (Lou Fleming Morris): Morgan started as Lou at 26 and has grown alongside her character. She’s now 42.
  • Shaun Johnston (Jack Bartlett): Johnston brought a wealth of experience at 49 when he began playing the wise Jack. Currently, he’s 65.
  • Chris Potter (Tim Fleming): The ever-reliable Tim was played by a 47-year-old Chris Potter in season one. Today, he’s 63.
  • Graham Wardle (Ty Borden): Wardle was a fresh face at 21 when he landed the role of Ty. Now, he’s 37. (Note: Wardle left the show after season 14)
  • Alisha Newton (Georgie Fleming Morris): Georgie’s character grew up on screen, mirroring actress Alisha Newton’s journey. Newton was just 10 years old in season one and is now a young adult at 22.

Supporting Cast:

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The vast world of Heartland boasts a range of characters, with actors of all ages. Here are a couple of interesting tidbits:

* Jessica Steen (Lisa Stillman) was already a seasoned actress at 41 when she joined the show. Today, she's 58.
* The adorable twins Ruby and Emmanuella Spencer, who played Amy and Ty's daughter Lindy, were just babies when they started filming.

With a mix of veteran actors and rising stars, Heartland’s cast has grown and matured alongside the show itself. Their dedication and talent continue to bring the beloved characters and stories of Heartland to life.

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