Last season, Andy McNally walked away from her life as “that girl”—that heartbroken girl who puts her career after her personal life— to take on the biggest opportunity of her career. After six months on an intense undercover mission with Nick Collins, she’s ready to come back home. But she quickly realizes that life doesn’t have a pause button; six months is a long time to leave everything behind— especially Sam Swarek.
Andy tries to take the new world order in stride, but things get increasingly complicated when she finds herself butting heads with 15’s newest Senior Officer, and when she unwittingly starts to come between two of her closest friends. Andy must figure out how to balance her own needs against being a loyal peer— all the while trying to be a perfect cop.
Familiar to television audiences as the illusive Candace Wilmer from Heroes, Missy Peregrym stands out in the industry as one of Hollywood's most promising young actors.
She began her career as a model at the age of 18, booking print and commercial jobs for Mercedes Benz, Sprint Canada and the Olympics. Peregrym caught the eye of casting directors and naturally transitioned into acting, landing her first television role on James Cameron’s action-drama series, Dark Angel.
She has gone on to star in a variety of television projects, including the first two successful seasons of ABC’s Rookie Blue, the martial arts series Black Sash and the drama Life as We Know It, in addition to guest appearances on The Chris Isaak Show, Smallville and Andromeda. Peregrym was also nominated for two Leo Awards (2008, 2009) for Best Female Lead Performance for her role as Andi in the series Reaper.
Her feature film debut came in 2006 opposite Jeff Bridges in the movie Stick It, in which Peregrym played a rebellious girl who is ordered to participate in a regimented sports world.