Missy Peregrym

Missy Peregrym


Missy Peregrym was born on Jun 16, 1982 in Canada. Missy Peregrym's big-screen debut came with Call Me: The Rise and Fall of Heidi Fleiss directed by Charles McDougall in 2004. Missy Peregrym is known for Rookie Blue Webisodes directed by Katrina Saville, Travis Milne stars as Chris Diaz and Gregory Smith as Dov Epstein. Missy Peregrym has got 2 awards and 10 nominations so far. The most recent award Missy Peregrym achieved is Golden Maple Awards. The upcoming new tvshow Missy Peregrym plays is FBI: International - Season 2 which will be released on Sep 21, 2021.

Born in Montréal, Québec, Missy lived most of her life in Surrey, British Columbia, with her father, a minister; her mother; and two sisters. She began her career in front of the camera at age 18, when she started modeling. The print advertisements soon turned into commercials for Mercedes Benz, Sprint Canada, and the Olympics. It wasn't long before Hollywood came calling.Missy's first guest appearance was on the action-drama series Dark Angel (2000), opposite Jessica Alba. She followed that with the role of Julia on the critically acclaimed cable series The Chris Isaak Show (2001). Her next audition landed her the plum role of Tory Stratton in Black Sash (2003). She also had starring roles on the shows La vie comme elle est (2004) and Le diable et moi (2007). Missy starred as Haley Graham in the 2006 gymnastics movie Stick It (2006). She also starred as police officer Andy McNally in ABC's prime-time cop show Rookie Blue (2010).A dedicated soccer player, Missy's new schedule has forced her to take time away from the sport, but she picks up games whenever she can. She also enjoys snowboarding and outdoor sports on the local Vancouver mountains. She resides in Vancouver with her family.

  • Birthday

    Jun 16, 1982
  • Place of Birth

    Montreal, Quebec, Canada
  • Also known

    Melissa Peregrym

Known For


2 wins & 10 nominations

Golden Maple Awards
Maple of Excellence for Outstanding Acting Achievement
Winner - Golden Maple Awards
The Streamy Awards
Best Female Performance: Drama
Winner - Streamy Award

Movies & TV Shows

TV Shows