• Graham Wardle is a photographer, filmmaker and actor, best known for his role of Ty Borden in "Heartland".
• He has a net worth of $3 million, earned through success in the acting industry.
• He started his acting career by chance when he and his mother stumbled upon a room not knowing it was for acting auditions for children.
• He is best known for his role in the show entitled “Heartland”, which aired on CBC and became the longest-running one hour scripted drama in Canadian television history in 201•
• He has also done production and casting director work during his career and is married to Allison Wardle since 2015.
Known for movies
|Net Worth||$3 million|
|Date Of Birth||September 6, 1986|
|Fact||Attended Capilano college, North Vancouver, British Columbia.|
- 1 Who is Graham Wardle?
- 2 The Net Worth of Graham Wardle
- 3 Career Beginnings
- 4 Further Work and Heartland
- 5 Later Career and Behind the Scenes Work
- 6 Personal Life
- 7 General Info
- 8 Family
- 9 Accomplishments
- 10 Social profile links
- 11 Facts
- 12 Pictures
- 13 Movies
- 14 Awards
Who is Graham Wardle?
Graham Wardle was born on 6 September 1986, in Mission, British Columbia, Canada, and is a photographer, filmmaker and actor, probably best known for his role of Ty Borden in the TV series entitled “Heartland”. He’s also worked on numerous films and other television projects throughout his career.
The Net Worth of Graham Wardle
How rich is Graham Wardle? As of late-2018, sources inform us of a net worth that is at $3 million, earned through success in the acting industry. He’s also done production and casting director work during his career, and as he continues his endeavors, it is expected that his wealth will also continue to increase.
Graham’s family later moved to New Westminster near Vancouver, where he would grow up along with five siblings. His acting career came by chance when he along with his mother stumbled upon a room not knowing it was for acting auditions for children. He was selected for a toy commercial leading to the start of his acting career. He initially went on to appear in several television shows, mainly as a guest including in “The Sentinel” and “The New Addams Family”.
Over the next few years, his acting work would continue, first in guest roles in shows such as “The Outer Limits” and “Life as We Know It”. He enrolled in Capiliano University located in Vancouver where he studied in the university’s Motion Picture and Production Program. He created films as a part of his studies, also appearing in several films including “Killer Bash”, a television horror film, and “Fallen” which is a supernatural film following the story of police detective John Hobbes played by Denzel Washington. He graduated in 2007.
— Heartland (@HeartlandOnCBC) May 10, 2017
Further Work and Heartland
Wardle subsequently had several major film roles, while also doing independent work. He was cast in the film “In the Land of Women” which starred Adam Brody, Meg Ryan, Mackenzie Vega and Kristen Stewart. The following year, he appeared in “That One Night”, a comedy film that aired at the 2008 Omaha Film Festival, acting alongside Amanda Crew, Crystal Lower and Sam Easton.
It was around this time that he was cast in his most notable role in the show entitled “Heartland” a television series which aired on CBC. The series is based on a book series of the same name written by Lauren Brooke, and follows the life of sisters, their grandfather, and Ty Borden as they go on through life at a ranch. It became the longest-running one hour scripted drama in Canadian television history in 2015, and has been running for 11 seasons with a 12th set to air in late 2018. In the show, he plays a character who starts working at the ranch to complete his probation from Juvenile Hall, and enjoys life there so much that he decides to stay even after his probation.
Later Career and Behind the Scenes Work
While working on “Heartland”, Graham appeared in an episode of “Supernatural” to reprise his guest role following and appearance in an episode of the show in 2005. The series follows the Winchester brothers played by Jared Padalecki and Jensen Ackles, as they hunt various supernatural beings. One of his latest acting projects is “Grave Halloween”, a television movie produced for SyFy and set in Japan but filmed in Canada, followed by an appearnce in the movie entitled “Cold Lights”.
Aside from acting, he has also worked behind the scenes, beginning with the film “Versus” as casting director and editor, an independent Japanese zombie film directed by Ryuhei Kitamura. He then focused more on production work, becoming the producer for “Under Pressure” and “The Vessel”, which is a web series focused on a trio of best friends wanting to start a family. He was also the producer of the film “Cold Lights”, made through the Lone Maverick Movie and Entertainment Company, of which he is a co-founder.
For his personal life, it is known that Graham has been married to Allison Wardle since 2015. Prior to that, he was linked to “Heartland” co-star Amber Marshall due to their on-screen chemistry, however, the rumors were later shot down when both actors publicly revealed their relationships, as both of them are already married. Similar to numerous actors, he is active online through social media, with accounts on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook, on which he promotes some of his recent projects including episodes of “Heartland”. He also posts some of his daily endeavors, including pictures of family and travels.
|Full Name||Graham Wardle|
|Net Worth||$3 million|
|Date Of Birth||September 6, 1986|
|Profession||Photographer, Film producer, Actor|
|Movies||Grave Halloween, Yesterday, In the Land of Women, Killer Bash, Mon Ami|
|1||Attended Capilano college, North Vancouver, British Columbia.|
|2||Began his acting career when he accidentally stumbled into an audition around the age of 6.|
|Heartland||2007-2017||TV Series||Ty Borden|
|Grave Halloween||2013||TV Movie||Kyle|
|Supernatural||2005-2013||TV Series||Tommy Collins|
|Mon Ami||2012||Hardware Store Jerk|
|A Heartland Christmas||2010||TV Movie||Ty Borden|
|That One Night||2008||Danny McNabb|
|Anna's Storm||2007||TV Movie||Seth Corbin|
|In the Land of Women||2007||Gabe Foley|
|Fallen||2006||TV Movie||Jock #2|
|Like Mike 2: Streetball||2006||Video||Bully #2|
|Killer Bash||2005||TV Movie||Robert Yorke Hyde|
|Life As We Know It||2004||TV Series||Adam Kitsis|
|The Outer Limits||2001||TV Series||Man|
|The New Addams Family||1999||TV Series||Bif|
|The Sentinel||1998||TV Series||Young Aaron|
|The Vessel||2012/II||Short producer|
|Under Pressure: A Story of Microscopic Stakes||2008||Short producer|
|The 12th Annual Leo Awards||2010||TV Special||Himself - Nominee: Best Lead Performance by a Male in a Dramatic Series|
|Canadian Country Music Awards||2009||TV Special||Himself|
|Supernatural||2011||TV Series||Tommy Collins|
|2012||Leo||Leo Awards||Best Lead Performance by a Male in a Dramatic Series||Heartland (2007)|
|2010||Leo||Leo Awards||Best Lead Performance by a Male in a Dramatic Series||Heartland (2007)|
|2009||Leo||Leo Awards||Best Lead Performance by a Male in a Dramatic Series||Heartland (2007)|
Source: IMDb, Wikipedia