Emmy Award-winning composer Brad Hatfield got an early start in music when his parents decided he and his siblings would learn to play instruments.
Fans of “When Calls The Heart,” often referring to themselves as “Hearties,” are very loyal to the show and the cast members.
British Columbia native Amanda Wong joins the season nine cast of “When Calls The Heart” as “Mei Sou.” “Mei” is a newcomer to “Hope Valley” with a mysterious past. She immediately catches the eye of mountie “Nathan Grant” [Kevin McGarry].
Sonia Curtis was born into the world of acting. Her father, Howard Curtis, was a well-known stuntman. His works included hits like “Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid.”
Russian President Vladimir Putin alluded to possible nuclear retaliation if the West attempts to intervene in its invasion of Ukraine, according to some sources.
Lauren Schuster grew up in Rosemont, Illinois. She began dancing by age three and modeling around age four with Stewart Talent in Chicago for Leo’s Dancewear, American Girl, Bon Ton, Meijer’s, Ltd. Commodities, and as an adult with Whirlpool, Artistry Global and Pravana.
Born and raised in Chicago, Laura Orrico always had an interest in entertainment and comedy. As a child she was influenced by such acts as Lucille Ball, Gilda Radner and John Ritter.
Alison Arngrim was born into the entertainment industry. Her father, Thor Arngrim, was a Canadian-born Hollywood manager. Her mother, Norma MacMillan, who was from Vancouver, British Columbia, was an actress. She did voices for animated characters like “Casper the Friendly Ghost,” “Gumby” and “Sweet Polly Purebred” from “Underdog.”
DC’s upcoming animated movie, “Injustice,” has revealed the cast list. The movie will follow the popular “God’s Among Us” game as well as “God’s Among Us: Year One” comic by Tom Taylor.
Cherie Johnson began acting professionally at the age of six years old. In 1984, she started out playing “Cherie” on the NBC sitcom “Punky Brewster.”
Attorney’s for Allison Mack are asking a federal judge for no jail time. The former “Smallville” actor faces charges stemming from her role in the Keith Raniere and NXIVM sex cult case.
Hennepin County Judge Peter Cahill sentenced the former Minneapolis police officer to 22 1/2 years in prison on Friday for the May 2020 killing of George Floyd.