Show Segment April 4, 2013
Amber Marshall Talks About Where She Might Go After 'Heartland'

Amber Marshall is in the red chair, and she talked to George about the possibilities of post-Heartland roles.

George talks about her wholesome image as Amy Fleming and how she might change things up when the series is finished its run.

In this clip, Amber talks about...

The audience's support
GS: I look at this magazine, and I look at you and everything that you, and the values that are really there, and there is wholesome, for sure, in the show. Do you think your audience is going to let you do anything else?
AM: I think they would support me in whatever I thought was right.
GS: Texas Chainsaw Massacre 7.
AM: That would be very interesting, I'll give it that. But...
GS: Dude, you could be the one on the horse! You'd just be riding in... you'd save everybody on a horse!
AM: There we go, we're stereotyping again, aren't we?
GS: I'm not the one that's selling the horse snacks for people! By the way, can you get me a "Chill"... I want the "Chill" pill. It's a pill? So much easier to take.

Being stereotyped
AM: Yeah, no, I think for me, I don't mind being stereotyped. I don't mind being that horse-crazy wholesome girl. Because that's who I am. And I would love to do some projects where there's a little bit more, I don't want to say depth, because I like to think my character has a lot of depth, but a little bit more of a darker side. But still in that wholesome realm.


THE BIO: Amber Marshall



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