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Interview With Jaiven Natt | When Calls The Heart Season Seven


Mercy: Can you share a little of what you've been up to since we last chatted? 

Jaiven: Hi! Well, since last March I started Grade 9 and am on the junior Varsity Football team at my school. 
I was also back filming Season 7 of When Calls The Heart. 

Mercy: What has been your favorite scene so far of season 7 of When Calls The Heart?
Jaiven: Oh wow, I have really liked so many different scenes this season but my favourite would be working with Erin and Kevin, when Robert wanted to become a Mountie. It was super fun watching Kevin in action taking down the bad guy. With Erin it’s just so real! 
Even though it’s just a scene it actually has a lot meaning behind it. Well to me anyway!

Mercy: What do you like to do on set in your free time? 
Jaiven: On set, free time is spent hanging out with the other kids. We play games, make funny videos and a lot of crafty snacks! 
If I am alone I just watch movies on my phone or do homework. 

Mercy: If you could play any role in any movie from the past, who would it be?
Jaiven: Same old! Spider-Man haha! I have been watching lots of old movies lately. I hope to book a super funny role one day also.

Mercy: Who are some of your acting influences?
Jaiven: Ryan Reynolds, he is Canadian. Super funny and does so much more then just being an actor.  Will Smith he is super funny, cool and deeply serious. Always pushing the actor bar. 
Jonah Hill so funny, even his seriousness makes me smile! 
These are my top three.

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Mercy: What do you like to do in your free time?
Jaiven: In my free time I listen to music, dance and sing, watch old movies. 
Play football and basketball.  
I have been auditioning again even though we are quarantined. I have been hanging out a lot with my family and playing pass with my little brother. 

Mercy: Where do you see yourself in 10 years?
Jaiven: I would be 25.
 I hope to be on the big screen a lead on a hit TV or Netflix show. 
I also hope I will be in a place to be working, writing, and filming my own show. I really want to produce something great one day.

Mercy: Any upcoming projects you can share about?
Jaiven: No😂  haha just lots of auditions starting up again. 
But I hope we are back for a Season 8😁

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