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Heather Conkie

Heather Conkie is a producer and writer, known for Heartland (2007), Flash Forward (1996) and Avonlea (1990). See full bio »
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Heartland Producer
Flash Forward
Flash Forward Writer
Avonlea Writer


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 2007-2016 Heartland (TV Series) (executive producer - 133 episodes)
- Resolutions (2016) ... (executive producer)
- Love Is Just a Word (2016) ... (executive producer)
- Pandora's Box (2016) ... (executive producer)
- Making a Move (2016) ... (executive producer)
- No Regrets (2016) ... (executive producer)
 2013 Port Hope (TV Movie) (executive producer)
 2010 A Heartland Christmas (TV Movie) (executive producer)
 2004 Dark Oracle (TV Series) (executive producer)
 1999 Amazon (TV Series) (producer - 1 episode)
- The Blood Angel (1999) ... (producer)
 1985-1989 Dear Aunt Agnes (TV Series) (producer - 3 episodes)
- Christmas at Loon Lake (1989) ... (producer)
- Opportunity Knocks (1987) ... (producer)
- Moon Motel (1985) ... (producer)
 1981 Music Box (TV Mini-Series) (producer - 1 episode)
- Pitch (1981) ... (producer)
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Show Show Self (2 credits)

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I don't think that just because something doesn't hit you in the face with outright violence or a controversy that it is any less valuable. I think that there is a niche for this kind of programming, and if you do it well, it deserves as much merit as anything else. People are too afraid that they liked it. It's like if they admitted liking Road to Avonlea, it was like admitting somewhere inside ... See more »

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