Graham Wardle

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Graham Wardle
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Graham Wardle with Amber Marshall at a CBC Live event, Sherway Gardens, Toronto
BornGraham Wardle
(1986-09-06) September 6, 1986 (age 28)
Mission, British Columbia, Canada
Years active1998 - present
 
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Graham Wardle
CBC Live sit.jpg
Graham Wardle with Amber Marshall at a CBC Live event, Sherway Gardens, Toronto
BornGraham Wardle
(1986-09-06) September 6, 1986 (age 28)
Mission, British Columbia, Canada
Years active1998 - present

Graham Wardle (born September 6, 1986) is a Canadian actor, film-maker and photographer, best known for his role as Ty Borden on the CBC series Heartland.

Biography[edit]

Wardle was born in Mission, British Columbia and was raised by his parents and his five siblings in New Westminster, near Vancouver.[1][2] Wardle and his mother just happened to sit in a room without knowing it was for children waiting to audition. 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.[3][4] 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.

Career[edit]

In 2007, Wardle was in the movie In the Land of Women with Meg Ryan and Adam Brody.[5] That year, he was selected to play a leading role as Ty Borden in the CBC series Heartland. Wardle has appeared in all the Heartland episodes and in A Heartland Christmas, a movie released in 2010.[2] In 2009 and again in 2010, he was nominated for a LEO Award for the episodes Summer's End and The Starting Gate.

In between filming seasons, Wardle appeared in Rob Grant's horror zombie movie,Yesterday, which received rave reviews on the North American Festival circuit. He has also appeared in Mon Ami,[6] Supernatural[3] and Grave Halloween, an original movie made for Syfy Channel as part of its 2013 31 days of Halloween.[7]

Wardle has also produced movies. In 2012, he produced The Vessel with friends and Capilano Alumni as part of the Crazy 8's project.[8] He is a writer, a photographer and a film maker. In the summer of 2013, Wardle co-founded Lone Maverick, a Movie Production and Entertainment Company.[9] Lone Maverick is in the process of releasing its first movie "Cold Lights", playing Sam Ross, a character that is abducted by aliens.

Filmography[edit]

Film and Television
YearTitleRoleNotes
2013Cold LightsSam RossMovie : Available at LoneMaverick.com Dec. 25, 2013
2013Grave HalloweenKyleTV Movie : Syfy Channel Oct. 19 & 20, 2013
2005-2013SupernaturalTommy CollinsEpisodes: "Wendigo" “Clip Show”
2007–presentHeartlandTy BordenTV Show : Lead Role
2012Mon AmiHardware Store CustomerMovie
2010Heartland Christmas, AA Heartland ChristmasTy BordenMovie
2009YesterdayChrisMovie
2008That One NightDanny McKabbMovie
2007Anna”a StormSeth CorbinTV Movie
2007In the Land of WomenGabe FoleyMovie
2006FallenJock #2TV Movie
2006Like Mike 2: StreetballBully #2Video
2005Killer BashRobert Yorke HydeMovie
2004Life as We Know ItAdam KitsisEpisode: “The Best Laid Plans”
2001The Outer LimitsManEpisode: “Family Values”
2000RatzTodMovie
1999The New Addams FamilyBifEpisode: “Fester the Marriage Counselor”
1998The SentinelYoung AaronEpisode: “Remembrance”
Producer and Editor and Casting Director
YearTitleRoleNotes
2013Cold LightsProducerCo-founder Lone Maverick Movie and Entertainment Company
2012The VesselProducer
2008Under PressureProducer”A Story of Microscopic Stakes”
2007VersusEditor : Casting Director

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