Missy Peregrym

Missy Peregrym

Special Agent Maggie Bell

Missy Peregrym captivated audiences with her feature film debut as a rebellious gymnast in the film “Stick It,” and has continued to develop her craft as a successful actor in both film and television ever since. Most recently, she reminded audiences that she is both tough and vulnerable, starring as a rookie cop for six seasons in the series “Rookie Blue.”

Peregrym began her career as a model when she was 18 years old. She has appeared in commercials for Mercedes Benz, Sprint Canada and the Olympics. The campaigns caught the eye of casting directors, and her career quickly transitioned into acting. She landed her first television role on the action-drama series “Dark Angel.” Additional television credits include HAWAII FIVE-0 on the Network, “Van Helsing,” “Reaper,” “Heroes,” “Ten Days in the Valley,” “The Night Shift” and “Life as We Know it,” among many others.

Her feature film credits include “Back Country,” which made its debut at the Toronto International Film Festival in 2015. In 2012 Peregrym appeared in Yahoo’s first digitally released movie, “Cybergeddon.” She was honored in 2010 at the Toronto International Film Festival as one of Playback’s “Top 10 to Watch” for her accomplishments and talent as an actress.

Peregrym is a native of Canada, born in Montreal and raised in Vancouver. Currently, she lives in California full-time. Outside of acting, she enjoys watching basketball, football and hockey; knitting; reading; and interior design. She is an animal lover and has a golden doodle named Charly. Her birthday is June 16. Follow her on Twitter and Instagram @mperegrym.

Zeeko Zaki

Zeeko Zaki

Special Agent Omar Adom 'OA' Zidan

Born in Alexandria, Egypt, Zeeko Zaki immigrated to the United States as a 1-month-old baby, spending summers throughout his childhood in the country of his birth. Zaki was raised outside of Philadelphia, Penn., and Wilmington, Del., and his background includes Egyptian, Syrian and Turkish ancestry.

His television credits include recurring roles on NCIS: LOS ANGELES, on the Network, “24: Legacy” “Six,” “The Night Shift” and “Valor.”

Zaki is fluent in English and Egyptian Arabic. His hobbies include physical fitness, traveling and exploring the world. He is a passionate advocate for changing the narrative in this country and abroad with respect to Arab people.

His birthday is Jan. 18. Follow him on Twitter and Instagram @zeekozaki.

Jeremy Sisto

Jeremy Sisto

Assistant Special Agent in Charge Jubal Valentine

Jeremy Sisto’s career has moved effortlessly between film, television and theater, and he has continued to have a constant presence throughout the entertainment industry.

Sisto made his first major impression on television as bipolar artist Billy Chenowith on “Six Feet Under.” In its five-year run, the show earned three Golden Globe Awards, three Primetime Emmy Awards and 25 Emmy nominations.

Additional television credits include “Ice,” “Wicked City,” “The Returned,” “Kidnapped,” “Law & Order” and “Suburgatory.” Also, he starred in National Geographic’s television miniseries “The Long Road Home.”

His feature film credits include the classic “Clueless,” “Break Point,” which he co-wrote and produced, “The Other Side of the Door,” “Hangman,” “Grand Canyon,” “Hideaway,” “Robot And Frank,” “Moonlight And Valentino,” “White Squall,” “Without Limits,” “Suicide Kings,” “Thirteen,” “Wrong Turn” and “Waitress.” Also, Sisto lent his voice to the Academy Award and Golden Globe-nominated animated film “Ferdinand.”

In New York, he made his Broadway debut in “Festen,” a stage adaptation of Thomas Vinterberg’s film “The Celebration.” Also, he starred in Beau Willimon’s “Spirit Control” at the Manhattan Theater Club, about a man’s 30-year struggle with post-traumatic stress disorder. His Los Angeles theater credits include “Take Me Out,” which earned him a Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle Award for Featured Performance, Sidney Kingsley’s “Dead End” at the Ahmanson Theater, and the one-man show “Sanguine” at the 2nd Stage.

Sisto resides in Los Angeles with his wife and two children. In his spare time he enjoys playing the guitar, drums and piano. His birthday is Oct. 6. Follow him on Twitter @JeremySisto and Instagram @sistosistosisto.

Ebonée Noel

Ebonée Noel

Analyst Kristen Chazal

Ebonée Noel grew up all over the world, attending schools in Cambodia, Croatia, Ethiopia and Israel. She is a graduate of New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts and trained at the prestigious Williamstown Theatre Festival in Massachusetts.

Her television credits include “Still Star Crossed,” “Wrecked,” “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit” and “Eye Candy.”

Her feature film credits include “I Love You Daddy” and the indie feature “Long Nights, Short Mornings.”

In her free time she loves to sing and root for all New York sports teams, including the Giants, Yankees and Rangers. She resides in New York and considers herself a New Yorker at heart, despite moving around a lot in her youth. Her birthday is May 25. Follow her on Twitter @EboneeReigne and Instagram @eboneereigne.

Sela Ward

Sela Ward

Dana Mosier

Emmy and Golden Globe Award-winning actress Sela Ward continues to score strong, powerful roles in both film and television. She was last seen on the big screen as the president of the United States in “Independence Day Resurgence.” The project reunited Ward with director Roland Emmerich, with whom she first worked on “The Day After Tomorrow.” Additional feature film credits include “Gone Girl,” “The Guardian,” and “The Fugitive,” among others.

Ward is a two-time Emmy Award winner for her work on the television series “Sisters” and “Once and Again,” for which she earned a Golden Globe Award as well. Additional television credits include “CSI: NY,” “House,” “Graves,” and a memorable guest star appearance on “Westworld.” Also, she starred in the made for television movie “Almost Golden: The Jessica Savitch Story,” which earned her Emmy and Screen Actors Guild Award nominations.

Her career started in advertising, but soon after, she was approached by the Wilhelmina Agency and embarked upon a successful modeling and television commercial run. A move to Los Angeles catapulted her into the world of acting when she was cast in the film “A Man Who Loved Women.”

She is a native of Mississippi, and she founded Hope Village for Children there to provide a safe haven and an alternative to the traditional foster care system. The organization offers a more permanent home that delivers a continuum of specialized treatment programs, services and facilities to meet the individual needs of neglected and abused children.

Ward is a graduate of the University of Alabama. When not working or tending to her philanthropic projects, she is an accomplished painter and New York Times bestselling author. Her first book, Homesick, is part inspirational story, part memoir, describing Ward’s quest for a balance of the comforts of her small-town childhood and the big city way of life. Her birthday is July 11. Follow her on Twitter @SelaWard and Instagram @selaward.