Amber Marshall Net Worth – $6 million
What is Amber Marshall’s net worth?
Amber Marshall (nicknamed – Mother Nature) is a Canadian television actress who began entertaining audiences as Amy Fleming on the series Heartland in 2007.
She was born on June 2, 1988, in London, Ontario, Canada.
Amber started acting in theater very early. Also, Marshall went to the Original Kids Theatre Company.
She got her first agent when she was 11 years old.
In 2000, Marshall made her acting debut in Super Rupert, a television series.
In 2001, Amber starred in an episode of ”Twice in a Lifetime,” a Canadian series that was created by Steve Sohmer. ”Twice in a Lifetime” follows an aspiring angel who will not enter heaven.
In the same year, she appeared in The Christmas Shoes, a drama film that is based on the novel and song of the same name.
In 2003, she starred in The Elizabeth Smart Story, a crime drama film about the high-profile Elizabeth Smart kidnapping case. For performing in the film, she was nominated for the Best Performance in a TV Movie, Miniseries, or Special – Leading Young Actress.
In 2004, Marshall performed in Dark Oracle, a Canadian-produced television series that was created by Canadian television writer Jana Sinyor.
In 2007, Amber started to appear in Heartland, a Canadian family drama TV series that debuted on CBC. It follows sisters Lou and Amy Fleming and their grandfather Jack Bartlett (played by Canadian actor Shaun Johnston).
”My character and I follow many parallels in our daily lives.”
Amber also said:
”I would say that Amy has always been a little more dramatic than myself since that is what creates tension on screen.”
The series is not meant for young kids; however, most older tweens will be able to handle it.
After 4 episodes, Heartland had a viewership of around 464,000.
The 100th episode was watched by 945,000 viewers.
The 3rd-season premiere brought in more than 1 million viewers.
On November 1, 2011, the standalone TV movie A Heartland Christmas was released on DVD in Canada.
Much of the series is filmed on location in and around High River, Alberta. In May 2019, the series was renewed for its thirteenth season.
”It’s been so incredible. Very, very rarely do you see a show go even six seasons with the same cast.”
”But people still love it. Our baby on the show is being raised by a full family. I like that concept.”
In 2015, the series passed Street Legal (a Canadian legal drama TV series that aired on CBC Television from 1987 to 1994) to become the longest-running hour-long drama in Canadian television history.
During an interview, Amber said about her character in the series:
”I believe that over the years my character Amy has become more like myself and vice versa.”
In a different interview, Marshall confessed:
”The liberty horse scenes are still my favorite to do, but I like when there’s some emotion with horses.”
Amber went on to say:
”I love when Amy is upset about something and she looks to her horses for that support.”
In 2013, she was voted Canada’s Favourite Screen Star at the Canadian Screen Awards.
In 2020, Amber portrayed Mary McDonald in ”With Nothing But Our Courage.”
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In 2013, Amber Marshall married Shawn Turner, a photographer, and a fellow horse lover and rodeo fan.
Marshall said about her wedding:
“We were our own wedding planners, and it wasn’t stressful for me.”
Currently, the couple lives on their ranch in Alberta, Canada. At their ranch, Amber has several horse companions, named:
Amber is 5′ 4½” (1.64 m) tall.
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At the time of writing, Amber Marshall does not have any children of her own.
”I think if I ever do any other projects, I’ll probably find it too easy because I’m used to juggling so many things.”
”We are so lucky to have such incredible animal handlers and wranglers work on the show, and you usually know exactly what you’re going to get.”
“Working on a show that’s outdoors and with animals is a blessing.”
”It’s a drama. There’s always going to be tragedy.”
”I feel like a large part of my life has been spent on Heartland, and I love every minute of it.”
”New ideas and visions help motivate all of the cast and crew from being complacent.”
”You can’t force some things to happen no matter how hard you try.”
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Amber has volunteered at a Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre, where she took raptor classes to work with hawks and falcons.
Marshall was introduced to horses shortly after saying goodbye to her toddler years.
She once said:
”I first started riding when I was about three years old.”
”My parents had taken me to this little local fair and there was a pony ride circle.”
The actress has also said that there are two things she loves the most – horses and acting. Fortunately, both her passions have come together for her role in the Heartland series.
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Amber Marshall – Net Worth
Marshall earned most of her wealth from working as an actress. She is best known for her starring role as Amy Fleming on the TV series – ”Heartland.”
At the time of writing, Amber has appeared in 235 episodes in the series.
Amber’s earnings per episode were not revealed to the public, but, on average, an actor on a similar TV series receives around $50,000 per episode before taxes.
She also performed in Love in Harmony Valley, The Power Strikers, and more.
Amber has started her own line of jewelry (Amber Marshall Jewellery Collection) as well as her own magazine. She sells merch and jewelry on ambermarshall.com/collections.
Therefore, Amber Marshall has an estimated net worth of $6 million.
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References https://www.cbc.ca/heartland/blog/amber-marshall-lives-in-a-real-life-heartland https://horse-canada.com/star-crossed-horses/amber-marshall-heartland-season https://lfpress.com/2017/10/02/heartland-star-amber-marshall-says-working-with-a-baby https://cowgirlmagazine.com/amber-marshall/
Sunday 5th of December 2021
I think there is a more convincing reason, that Tye Bordon, has not returned for episodes 15 and what ever that has been left by him, You cant kiss a girl as many times that they have kissed, and not have feelings for that person. She gets married and he gets a DIVORCE, come on, life is nothing like that, he loves her and bowing out of HEARTLAND is one way, never having to kiss her again. being a GUY, and lots of water under the bridge, you cant deny. GREAT SHOW
Tuesday 7th of February 2023
Totally agree with your view - You can't be together for that many years - show those strong feelings for each other - and not love each other. I believe Ty (Graham) & Amy (Amber) truly loved each other - they say they are acting - yet they showed signs of love. Ty should have acted on his feelings - he will regret not doing so for the remainder of his life. It's not often we are fortunate finding our true love. They did.
Tuesday 13th of July 2021
Our grand daughter is so in love with Heartland. She is nine years old . I don’t know how to go about it , but I would love ❤️ for to her to meet Amber. Is anything like that possible?
Tuesday 13th of July 2021
These actors are GREAT, seems like more people in the States watch them than in Canada, (Netflix)keep your talent !! I can’t believe the report about their net worth! Similar to the “three Stooges “in the 50s & 60s!!
Heartlands personality Reminds me a lot of my child hood, I grew up in a. Childrens home, Shaun is the perfect reminder of roll models for our farm and dairy (600 acres)
Sunday 18th of July 2021
It is really great to see a tv program that reflects the values of working families of Canada & the USA of the 50s and 60s that bridges from the western’s era values to the 21st century technology any smoother than Heartland. would love to hear more of Stephanie’s La Rochelle or Irene Kelly (Nashville). Their music really fits the lifestyle of your series !
Tuesday 13th of July 2021
I do not enjoy TV, (for many reasons but mainly that all shows finally go the same way.....turn to soap!) Generally, I do not watch sit-com soaps, find them nonhumorous and boring. Saw Heartland pass my eyes on several occasions and thought, another silly sit-com. However after watching a movie titled "The Longest Ride", sought another such saga. Heartland kept coming up. OK, I gave it a try. Needless to say, I have seen the entire series at least 50 times. No lie! Just a magnificently unique show and not at all soapy. Alas, as all shows do, it has begun its own demise. One of the lesser actors has taken over the show, and the sit-com soap has set in. Fortunately, the first 5 season are still inviolatedly intact and in excellent state and well worth watching,,, This the most wonderful series that TV has ever produced..
Saturday 26th of June 2021
Thank you for EVERYONE’S excelling work on and off the screen. My husband and I have just finished watching all 13 seasons for the third time. We usually stay up until the wee hours of the morning until we can’t stay awake any longer 😴. (I liked the cast interview where “Tim” said he didn’t like his character, but as soon as he puts on his boots he feels the snarky disposition set in, it made me enjoy his character even more). We LOVE the family values portrayed, (most of the morality 🤔🙄) and the emotions come off so very endearing. We too feel like we are part of this wonderful family. Again, THANK YOU to all, keep up your much appreciated work! 🥰