Season 10 of Hallmark’s hit series “When Calls The Heart” is now filming and Actress Kayla Wallace is excited to be back on set filming another amazing season!
Recently Kayla spoke about what she loves the most about her character Fiona and we’re just in awe with her thoughtful and inspiring response.
She shared with TVFANATIC:
“What I love most about Fiona is her ambitious attitude and her drive to really do what she feels is most important in life. I think she’s not afraid to stand up for herself. She’s not afraid to say no.
As a woman playing that, it’s very inspiring to see somebody stand up for themselves in a time of life where maybe that wasn’t as common. My favorite part of playing Fiona is her confidence and her strength.
I would say seeing her struggles over the past couple of seasons, getting fired from the telephone company, was one of my favorite scenes to play out because you can’t grow unless you fall. I’m not maybe saying this right, but I love playing Fiona’s setbacks out because it shows her come up from falling down.
She experienced that in Season 8 and a little bit in Season 9 when she was trying to hold her own with the oil company. Things didn’t work out the way she expected, but she built herself back up and stayed strong. That’s what she’s all about.”
That is what it’s all about and we can’t wait to see more of Fiona in Season 10.
When Calls the Heart stars Erin Krakow, Jack Wagner, Kevin McGarry, Chris McNally, Andrea Brooks, Kavan Smith, Pascale Hutton, Ben Rosenbaum, Johannah Newmarch, Martin Cummins, Kayla Wallace, Viv Leacock, Natasha Burnett, Vienna Leacock, Elias Leacock, Hrothgar Mathews, Loretta Walsh, and Amanda Wong. Inspired by the Janette Oke novel, the TV series follows Elizabeth Thatcher (Krakow), a young teacher from a high society background. She’s assigned to teach in a coal country classroom and it’s a life-changing experience. Now a widow and single mother, Elizabeth faces new challenges but enters into a new relationship with mysterious gambler Lucas Bouchard (McNally).