7 celebrities you might see in Alberta in May
Filming in Alberta is really starting to explode and in May tons of celebrities will be hanging out in the province as projects get underway, so you never know who you might spot on your next trip to Alberta. grocery store.
From the huge provincial production of HBO shows The last of usto a brand new Netflix show, Alberta is set to get some serious screen time over the next few years and celebrity sightings should be more frequent.
In addition to shows being filmed, you’ll also be able to see Alberta on screen when TV shows and movies filmed in the province begin airing.
Here are seven celebrities you might bump into in Alberta in May.
Canadian actress Cobie Smulders, known as Robin Scherbatsky in how I Met Your Mother, is currently in Calgary filming a brand new TV show based on the lives of Calgary musicians Tegan and Sara. Smulders posted snaps on his Instagram. You could even potentially act alongside her as the show was looking for extras.
Tegan and Sara
Alongside Smulders, Tegan and Sara are also spending a lot of time in Calgary while filming their new TV showHigh school gets started. Based on the memoir of the same name, Tegan and Sara are credited as the show’s writers and producers and shared the filming experience online.
Ancient Suit and Grey’s Anatomy The actress and one of Meghan Markle’s best friends, Sarah Rafferty, is also set to film the new Netflix show My Life With The Walter Boys in Calgary. She will play the role of Dr. Katherine Walter, the guardian of the main character Jackie.
Bella Ramsey rose to fame as the fierce Lyanna Mormont in The iron Throneand she now plays alongside Pascal in The last of us. Ramsey shared plenty of snaps from her time in Alberta and she was also seen filming in downtown Calgary.
Since Captain America: Civil War for crazy and stupid loveJulianna Gill has starred in some impressive films, but she will also be in Alberta in May filming the new series of Joe Pickett. The series follows a game warden and his family as they navigate the changing socio-political climate of a rural town on the brink of economic collapse.