When Calls the Heart Actress Mamie Laverock on Life Support After Suffering Severe Injuries

Actress Mamie Laverock on Life Support After Suffering Severe Injuries

Mamie Laverock, a 19-year-old actress from the TV show When Calls the Heart, is in critical condition after falling from a five-story balcony. She was taken to a hospital in Winnipeg and then transferred to another hospital in Vancouver, where she may stay for a month or more. Her parents say her recovery is unclear, but she is showing signs of improvement. Unfortunately, she fell from the balcony and suffered life-threatening injuries, and is currently on life support. Her family and friends are devastated and have set up a fundraising campaign to support her recovery. If you’d like to learn more or help, you can search for her name along with ‘GoFundMe’ to find the campaign page.

Mamie Laverock began her acting career at a young age, landing her first professional role in the 2012 action comedy film “This Means War” alongside stars like Reese Witherspoon, Chris Pine, and Tom Hardy. Although her scene was ultimately cut from the final film, she described the experience as “unbelievable.” She went on to find success in television, playing the recurring role of Rosaleen Sullivan on the Hallmark Channel’s popular drama series “When Calls the Heart.” Her portrayal of the nursing student earned her a Young Artist Award for Best Performance in a TV Series in 2015. She reprised her role in the show’s 10th season in 2023, showcasing her talent and dedication to her craft. Throughout her career, Mamie has demonstrated her versatility and range as a young actress, and her fans eagerly anticipate her future projects.

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