‘When Calls The Heart’ Actress Mamie Leverock On Life Support After Fall From Balcony

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When Calls The Heart actress Mamie Laverock is on life support and in critical condition after falling from a 5-story balcony.

Mamie Laverock, 19, was reportedly hospitalized on May 11 for treatment of an undisclosed medical issue. A GoFundMe account created by her family initially shared that the actress’ mother, Nicole Compton, took her to a Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, hospital due “a medical emergency.” She was then transferred to a Vancouver hospital, where she was expected to remain for “upwards of a month or more.”

A new update was posted Tuesday, May 28, in which the Compton’s shared that Mamie was on life support after sustaining life-threatening injuries in a fall.

“We are deeply saddened to report that on May 26th, Mamie, who has been in intensive treatment for the past two weeks, was escorted out of a secure unit of the hospital and taken up to a balcony walkway from which she fell five stories. She sustained life-threatening injuries, has undergone multiple extensive surgeries, and is currently on life support,” the update reads. “We are all devastated, in shock, at this intensely difficult time.”

Mamie’s When Calls The Heart co-stars Erin Krakow (Elizabeth Thornton), Loretta Walsh (Florence Blakeley), and Johanna Newmarch (Molly Sullivan) are among those who contributed to Mamie’s GoFundMe account and asked for prayers and support for the family.

 

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In When Calls The Heart, Mamie Laverock portrays Rosaleen Sullivan, the daughter of Molly Sullivan. Her father was killed in the mining accident that was a vital part of the show’s first few seasons. Laverock returned to the show as a nursing student who returned to Hope Valley, the fictional town where the series is set, to see her mother.

Laverock made her big screen debut in 2012 alongside Reese Witherspoon and Chris Pine” in “This Means War.”

In 2018, she appeared in “Wedding Of Dreams” with Debbie Gibson, Robert Gant, and Pascale Hutton and “The Hollow Child,” Netflix’s “A Series of Unfortunate Events” and the Lifetime movie “Spotlight on Christmas.”

Our thoughts and prayers are with Mamie Laverock and her family, and we wish her a full and speedy recovery.