Missy Peregrym is an accomplished film and television actress – both in Canada and across the border. She has played the lead character, Andy McNally, in all five seasons of Global’s original drama Rookie Blue.
Peregrym’s other memorable TV credits include her starring role in The CW’s Reaper, the illusive ‘Candace’ on Heroes, and the sarcastic beauty with a troubled family life in the drama Life as We Know It.
Peregrym has managed to maintain her Canadian acclaim. In 2010, she was honoured at the Toronto International Film Festival as one of Playback’s “Top Ten to Watch” for her accomplishments and talent as an actress. Most recently, she starred in the thriller Backcountry (slated for release this year) about a young couple who find themselves lost without food and water in the wildnerness. Peregrym can also be seen in Yahoo’s first digitally released movie Cybergeddon, playing Chloe Jocelyn, an agent investigating a series of seemingly unrelated cyber-attacks.
Ben Bass landed his first television gig on the hit ’80s series 21 Jump Street and has since starred in an exceptionally wide range of television, theatre and film hits. He currently stars in Rookie Blue as Detective Sam Swarek, a role for which he received a 2014 Canadian Screen Award Nomination (Shaw Media Award – Best Performance by an actor in a Continuing Leading Dramatic Role).
He starred in the critically acclaimed Would Be Kings and The Eleventh Hour (each garnering him Canadian television Gemini nominations for Best Actor), in addition to appearances on Law & Order, Flashpoint, Monk, Da Vinci’s Inquest, Queer as Folk, Dead Like Me, The Love Crimes of Gillian Guess, Beggars & Choosers and The Chris Isaak Show, among many others. Most recently he had a lead role in the pilot Clean, written by Adam Pettle.
On stage Bass has performed in theatres and festivals across the country, including The Stratford Festival and Charlottetown Festival. He has acted in both classic and contemporary productions such as Othello, Hamlet, Comedy of Errors and The Miracle Worker. His portrayal of Tim in the Vancouver Arts Club Theatre’s production of Angry Housewives earned him a Jessie Richardson Theatre Award nomination for Outstanding Performance.
Charlotte Sullivan is a Genie Award-nominated actress who played Marilyn Monroe in the controversial Emmy® Award-winning series The Kennedys, starring Greg Kinnear and Katie Holmes.
Sullivan has played Gail Peck for all five seasons of Rookie Blue. She played opposite Academy Award-winner Kathy Bates in the sci-fi miniseries Alice, and opposite Academy Award-winner Peter O’Toole in the film Iron Road.
Sullivan’s other film credits include Defendor starring Woody Harrelson; Smallville; and Edwin Boyd: Citizen Gangster, which won the Best Canadian First Feature Award during the 2011 Toronto International Film Festival. She was one of the Rising Stars at the 2012 Toronto International Film Festival.
In 2013 Sullivan starred in the short film Parachute which premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival and has been selected in Telefilms’ “Not so Short on Talent” program at the 2014 Cannes Film Festival.
Five-time Gemini Award-nominee Enuka Okuma hails from Vancouver, British Columbia, where she earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts in theatre from Simon Fraser University. With over 45 television roles to her credit, this accomplished actress is familiar to audiences as a series regular on television shows such as all five seasons of Rookie Blue, Madison and Sue Thomas F.B. Eye, and her guest appearances on a variety of hit shows including Grey’s Anatomy, Medium, and 24.
Okuma has shared the big screen with many of Hollywood’s elite including Tom Hanks (Larry Crowne), Ben Affleck (Reindeer Games), and Kenneth Branaugh (How to Kill Your Neighbour’s Dog), and has recently spent time on the other side of the camera. In 2011, she wrote, directed and produced the short film Cookie, starring Jennifer Finnigan (Better With You; Monday Mornings) and Jonathan Silverman (Weekend at Bernies).
Canadian-born Gregory Smith has accomplished a lot in his 30 years. He has starred as Dov Epstein in Rookie Blue for all five seasons. In addition to acting, Smith also directs on the series. Smith is in post-production on a short film he directed called Method, starring Shawn Doyle, about an actor struggling to get into his character. He is also currently developing a feature film.
Smith has starred in over 20 feature films, including The Patriot, opposite Mel Gibson and Heath Ledger; Closing the Ring, directed by Richard Attenborough; Small Soldiers, opposite Kirsten Dunst and produced by Steven Spielberg; Nearing Grace, opposite Jordana Brewster and David Morse; Book of Love, opposite Simon Baker and Bryce Dallas Howard; Reginald Harkema’s Leslie, My Name is Evil; and Jason Eisner’s Hobo With a Shotgun. Additionally, he starred in The WB’s hit series Everwood, which aired for four seasons.
Smith is also an accomplished producer. In 2008, he developed and produced a comedy for Sony Screen Gems, which starred Kenan Thompson, Zachary Levi and Fran Kranz. In 2011, he produced the independent film On the Ice, which tells the story of two teenagers growing up in the isolated, frozen town of Barrow, Alaska. The film was nominated for the Grand Jury Prize at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival and won the Crystal Bear at the 2011 Berlin International Film Festival. Last year, Smith produced Training for the Apocalypse, a documentary series for the National Geographic Channel.
As an entrepreneur, Smith co-founded theU.net – an immersive student network that releases high production value, high-energy youth oriented video tours of the most popular colleges in the United States. His latest project, Qwiki, is a technology company that provides a new way to experience information.
A native of Winnipeg, Manitoba, Peter Mooney graduated from the prestigious National Theatre School of Canada in 2004.
Mooney plays Nick Collins in the Global’s Rookie Blue. He appeared as a series regular on the Starz TV series Camelot and has guest starred on Republic of Doyle, Heartland, Beauty and The Best, Played, and CSI: Miami. He also starred on the hit TV series Falcon Beach for two seasons.
Mooney recently wrapped the independent film We Were Wolves. He also starred opposite Ashley Greene in the film Summer’s Moon, and was featured in The Tower and ZOS – Zone of Security.
Equally at home on the stage, Peter has headlined several productions in his hometown at Manitoba Theatre Centre including After Miss Julie, Jitters, Pride and Prejudice, Our Town and The Tempest. Other theatre credits include Tales from Ovid and the Canadian premiere of The Goat Or Who Is Sylvia? Most recently he appeared in Gruesome Playground Injuries in Toronto.
An accomplished screenwriter, Peter’s short film Parachute premiered at the 2014 Tribeca Film Festival. His first short, Method, directed by Rookie Blue co-star Gregory Smith, screened at the Toronto International Film Festival in 2013.
Victoria, British Columbia native Priscilla Faia has starred as the quirky Chloe Price for the last two seasons of the Global’s Rookie Blue. Before landing the series as a regular, she guest starred on such shows as Psych, True Justice, and the made for TV movie Eleventh Victim.
Faia received a 2014 Canadian Screen Award nomination for ‘Best Performance by and Actress in a Featured Supporting Role in a Dramatic Program or Series’ for Rookie Blue.
Born and raised in Northern Alberta, Travis Milne fell in love with movies at an early age, but did not discover his love for acting until his teenage years.
Milne can be seen in all five seasons of Rookie Blue playing Chris Diaz.
Milne’s television and film career includes features such as My Green House, Confessions of a Go-Go Girl, Mansion,and My Name Is Evil. Milne will be seen next be seen on the big screen in Badge Of Honor opposite Martin Sheen and Mena Suvari.